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Authoring The Tadaki Family Photo Album, Sancia M. Nash Jan 2019

Authoring The Tadaki Family Photo Album, Sancia M. Nash

Senior Projects Spring 2019

“The challenge is thus : How can one recreate without recirculating domination”

—Trinh T. Minh-ha, When the Moon Waxes Red

When I visit my family in Tokyo, I stay in a small tatami prayer room adorned with pictures of my ancestors. They hang where the wall meets the ceiling, hovering above my futon bed; my eyes are closed but I feel their gaze through my lids. Two years ago during one of my visits, my grandmother brought out a family photo album assembled by her mother, Kau. It depicts her family’s life abroad during her husband’s two-year term at ...


​ Manga In China’S Reform Era: Transformation, Assimilation And Imagination Of Popular Culture, Danhui Chen Jan 2019

​ Manga In China’S Reform Era: Transformation, Assimilation And Imagination Of Popular Culture, Danhui Chen

Senior Projects Spring 2019

Senior Project submitted to The Division of Social Studies of Bard College.


"Rebel Girls: Radical Feminism And Self-Narrative In Early 20th-Century Japan And China", Corrina Gross Jan 2019

"Rebel Girls: Radical Feminism And Self-Narrative In Early 20th-Century Japan And China", Corrina Gross

Senior Projects Spring 2019

Senior Project submitted to The Division of Languages and Literature of Bard College.


Los Chinos De La Chinesca: Destabilizing National Narratives And Uncovering The Forgotten History Of The Chinese In Mexico, Mya Hansel Gelber Jan 2018

Los Chinos De La Chinesca: Destabilizing National Narratives And Uncovering The Forgotten History Of The Chinese In Mexico, Mya Hansel Gelber

Senior Projects Spring 2018

Senior Project submitted to The Division of Social Studies of Bard College.


Mao Zedong's Rise To Power: How One Man Changed The Future For The Better; Then Changed It For Himself, Shadeed Haneef Ali Ii Jan 2018

Mao Zedong's Rise To Power: How One Man Changed The Future For The Better; Then Changed It For Himself, Shadeed Haneef Ali Ii

Senior Projects Spring 2018

An in-depth look into the rise of Mao Zedong from the period of 1949-1959. talking specifically about how despite poor decisions made by Mao during both the first Five-year plan and the Great Leap Forward how he remained in power. the analysis of this is reading both the letter Peng Dehuai, his (Vice Premier) had written him in response too the decisions he had made and the overall outcome of this pinnacle Lushan conference.


Secret_Menu, Charles K. Mai Jan 2018

Secret_Menu, Charles K. Mai

Senior Projects Spring 2018

Senior Project submitted to The Division of Arts of Bard College.


Lin Yaoji: The Legend Of Violin Education In China, Bihan Li Jan 2018

Lin Yaoji: The Legend Of Violin Education In China, Bihan Li

Senior Projects Fall 2018

Senior Project submitted to The Division of Languages and Literature of Bard College.


The New Woman: An Age Of Revolution Through The Eyes Of Twentieth Century Chinese Women Writers, Lisa Kaithland Burke Jan 2017

The New Woman: An Age Of Revolution Through The Eyes Of Twentieth Century Chinese Women Writers, Lisa Kaithland Burke

Senior Projects Spring 2017

During an age of revolution, Chinese women writers began to emerge. While the country was going through an internal struggle for modernity and cultural rebirth, women fought their own battle to make their voices heard from within the literary field. This thesis investigates various stories by Chinese women writers published between the years of the May Fourth Movement and well into the Cultural Revolution. This investigation endeavors to illustrate the changing “New Woman” ideology, originally coined at the beginning of the May Fourth Movement, as well as analyze the various themes in women’s work such as love, marriage, family ...


Transmitting Power: Radio And Organization In Maoist China, Simon Cooper Jan 2017

Transmitting Power: Radio And Organization In Maoist China, Simon Cooper

Senior Projects Spring 2017

Senior Project submitted to The Division of Social Studies of Bard College.


Developing Transnational Feminist Dialogues: How Chinese Women Craft Identity At The Intersection Of Tradition, Socialism, And Globalization, Anias Stambolis-D'Agostino Jan 2016

Developing Transnational Feminist Dialogues: How Chinese Women Craft Identity At The Intersection Of Tradition, Socialism, And Globalization, Anias Stambolis-D'Agostino

Senior Projects Spring 2016

Senior Project submitted to The Division of Languages and Literature of Bard College.


Spaces Of Reality: Tsai Ming Liang And Re-Thinking Identity, Kyra G. Middeleer Jan 2016

Spaces Of Reality: Tsai Ming Liang And Re-Thinking Identity, Kyra G. Middeleer

Senior Projects Fall 2016

Senior Project submitted to The Division of Languages and Literature of Bard College.


Looking To The East: Benefits Of Combining Chinese And Western Medicines, Rushell A. Reid Jan 2014

Looking To The East: Benefits Of Combining Chinese And Western Medicines, Rushell A. Reid

Senior Projects Spring 2014

Senior Project submitted to The Division of Languages and Literature of Bard College.