Family and Femininity in Modern China

Arkansas NCTA presents the Women's History Month Series, a 3-part workshop series on women in modern China. As political leaders, fashion icons, and subjects of spirited debate, women have been at the forefront of China’s modern transformation from a crumbling empire to a global economic superpower. Join celebrated Asian Studies scholars from around the world during Women's History Month to explore this rich history and access engaging themes and resources to diversify your classroom. Topics include: the role of women in Confucian society (March 7); Shanghai women in the Global Roaring Twenties (March 14); and the history and lasting effects of China’s One Child Policy (March 28). Come to a single event, or attend all three to receive a free package of books and curriculum materials.

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