Teorías feministas en la Revista 'Wenyi Lilun' de la década de los 90

Chen Ya-chen


En la República Popular China, uno de los campos pioneros de introducción de las teorías feministas occidentales fue desarrollado por un grupo de estudiantes especializados en lenguas y literaturas extranjeras e interesados por los estudios de género. La traducción hecha por estudiantes chinos del pensamiento feminista en chino mandarín y sus análisis y revisiones de las teorías feministas occidentales fueron importantes vehículos que llevaron el pensamiento feminista desde Occidente a China. Este campo de estudio fue un factor clave en la incorporación de las teorías feministas occidentales a China. Después de que las mujeres chinas tuvieran la oportunidad de conocer las teorías feministas, la forma en que el feminismo occidental fue recibido en China empezó a ser objeto de más investigación. Para analizar con exactitud los detalles de la investigación en la literatura feminista china, he examinado todos los artículos relacionados con las teorías literarias feministas occidentales en Wenyi lilun (Teorías literarias y artísticas) durante la década de los 90. Según mi investigación, esta revista dio preferencia a las teorías feministas francesas en la década justo después de los sucesos de Tiananmen. Intento analizar cómo y por qué este fenómeno podría ser consecuencia tanto de la política de apertura de la China comunista a Occidente como del temor de la sociedad china hacia los movimientos sociales.

Palabras clave

Transferencia del feminismo occidental; Aculturación; Feminismo francés; Feminismo anglo-americano; Revolución cultural; Política de apertura; Sucesos de Tiananmen; Cixous, Hélène; Kristeva, Julia; Irigaray, Luce


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.14198/fem.2004.3.15

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