Doris T. Chang
Dr.Doris T.Chang is Associate Professor of Women's Studies at Wichita State University. She received her Ph.D. degree from the Department of History at The Ohio State University in 2002. Her areas of specialties include East Asian history, the comparative studies of women’s movements in the Asia-Pacific Region and the United States, and Asian American women’s studies. Recently, she contributed an article titled “Reading Sex and Temperament in Taiwan: Margaret Mead and Postwar Taiwanese Feminism,” to NWSAJ (National Women’s Studies Association Journal), 21 (1): Spring 2009. Dr. Chang authored the first monographic research in English to consider feminist movements and discourses in modern Taiwan. Her book Women's Movements in Twentieth-Century Taiwan was published by University of Illinois Press in 2009. In addition, Dr. Chang did extensive research on the New Feminism of Ms. Hsiu-lien Annette Lu, the Vice President of Taiwan (2000-2008). Her courses include Women in World Religions; Women in Society: Social Issues, Asian Women in Modern History, Theories of Feminism and Women in Ethnic America. She is also the coordinator of Women's History Month. To learn more about Dr. Chang, go to the Center for Women's Studies web site.
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(Indiana University Press, 2009)This essay examines the ways in which Margaret Mead's research findings in New Guinea were transmitted to a Chinese-speaking audience through Yang Mei-hui's annotated Chinese summary of part 4 of Mead's Sex and Temperament ...
(University of Illinois Press, 2009)The first book in English to consider feminist movements and discourses in modern Taiwan This book is the first in English to consider women's movements and feminist discourses in twentieth-century Taiwan. Doris T. Chang ...
(Ewha Womans University Press, 2009)