Anne McLaren is Professor of Chinese Studies at the University of Melbourne, Australia and specializes in Chinese performance traditions and popular fiction.


Publications:
From Print to the Internet in China: Some Socio-historical Perspectives

This article analyses the critical factors shaping the historical and contemporary uses of new communication technologies in China.

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China's Internet Culture: The Case of Virtual Marriage

The accelerated use of the Internet in China is opening up new areas largely beyond the reach of the state.

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Producing Texts in Chinese Dialects: A Study of the Lower Yangzi Delta Region

This study offers insight into the little-known history of texts produced in the Chinese Wu dialect from the late imperial to the contemporary era.

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Women’s Script Compositions in China: Recording Collective Memories

This study will investigate cultural memories composed in Chinese women’s script, which is a script devised and transmitted by communities of women in south China.

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Environmental Preservation and Cultural Heritage in China

A central dilemma of the Chinese state is to ensure economic growth together with sustainable development, preservation of the environment, and transmission of China’s ancient cultural heritage.

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From Folk Opera to the Printed Book in Early Twentieth-Century China

This is a study of a new type of popular reading text produced in early twentieth-century China under the influence of imported Western technology.

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Published online: February 10, 2017

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