Articles & Book Chapters

Dong, Yige. 2022. “The Dilemma of Foxconn Moms: Social Reproduction and the Rise of ‘Gig Manufacturing’ in China,” Critical Sociology, 0(0). [OnlineFirst here; accepted version available here]

Dong, Yige. 2022. “Feminist Agitation inside Chinese Factories [in the 1920s],” in Ivan Franceschini and Christian Sorace eds.,  Proletarian China: A Century of Chinese Labour, Verso: 129-137.

Dong, Yige. 2021. “The Crisis of Social Reproduction and ‘Made-in-China’ Feminism,Soundings: A Journal of Politics and Culture, Issue 79: 10-23.

Dong, Yige. 2020, “Spinners or Sitters? Regimes of Social Reproduction and Urban Chinese Workers’ Employment Choices,” International Journal of Comparative Sociology 61, no. 2-3: 200-216. [full-text PDF]

Wu, Angela X. and Yige Dong, 2019. “What Is “Made-in-China Feminism(s)”? Gender Discontent and Class Friction in Post-Socialist China,” Critical Asian Studies, 51 (4).

Dong, Yige. 2019. “Does China Have a Feminist Movement from the Left?Made in China Journal, 4 (1): 58-63.

Andreas, Joel and Yige Dong, 2018. “The Brief, Tumultuous History of ‘Big Democracy’ in China’s Factories,” Modern China, 44 (5): 455-496.

Dong, Yige. 2018. “The Gender Question in the New PRC History Studies,” Tsinghua Sociological Review, 8: 43-59. [in Chinese]

Andreas, Joel and Yige Dong, 2017. “Mass Supervision and the Bureaucratization of Governance in China,” in Vivienne Shue and Patricia Thornton eds., To Govern China: Evolving Practice of Power. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 123-152.

Dong, Yige. 2017. “Reflections on PRC History Studies from a Gender Perspective,” Journal of Chinese Women’s Studies, 143 (5): 20-25. [in Chinese]

Dong, Yige. 2017. “How Chinese Students Become Nationalist: Their American Experience and Transpacific Futures,” American Quarterly, 69 (3):559-567.

Dong, Yige. 2014. “Domestic Violence: The Mainstream Topic after the 1995 Conference,” China Development Brief, No. 61 (Fall Issue), 2014.

Dong, Yige. 2014. “The Rise and Fall of the Anti-Domestic Violence Network,” China Development Brief, No. 61 (Fall Issue), 2014.

Book Reviews

Dong, Yige. 2022. Red Silk: Class, Gender, and Revolution in China’s Yangzi Delta Silk Industry, written by Robert Cliver (Cambridge: Harvard University Asia Center, 2020), PRC History Review Book Review Series No. 50, November 2022.

Dong, Yige. 2019. Nangong, nügong: Dangdai Zhongguo nongmingong de xingbie, jiating yu qianyi.男工、女工:當代中國農民工的性別、家庭與遷移 (Factory boys, factory girls: Gender, family and the migration of rural people in contemporary China), written by Du Ping 杜平, 2017, NAN NÜ21(2), 355-358.

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