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Gentlemen, heroes, real men, disabled men: explorations at the intersections of disability and masculinity in contemporary China (2018)
Journal Article
Dauncey, S. (2018). Gentlemen, heroes, real men, disabled men: explorations at the intersections of disability and masculinity in contemporary China. NAN Nü, 19(2), doi:10.1163/15685268-00192P05. ISSN 1387-6805

This article advances new perspectives on disability culture in contemporary China. Using gender – specifically masculinity – as an “intersection,” it addresses key questions that both help to explain, but also further trouble, the way in which the “... Read More

A face in the crowd: imagining individual and collective disabled identities in contemporary China (2014)
Journal Article
Dauncey, S. (2014). A face in the crowd: imagining individual and collective disabled identities in contemporary China. Modern Chinese Literature and Culture, 25(2),

This essay explores the concept of a “disabled crowd” in the Chinese cultural and social imagination. It highlights key terms, analogies, and cultural locations of disability that are seen to relate to and inform group identity and collective behavio... Read More