Producing the ‘New’ Asian Woman: Entanglements of Urban area, Cultural Encounters and Gendered Identities in Shanghai and Delhi (SINGLE)

Producing the ‘New’ Asian Woman: Entanglements of Urban area, Cultural Encounters and Gendered Identities in Shanghai and Delhi (SINGLE)

Coordinator

Jeroen de Kloet (PI)

People in the research team. Description of this research programme for the research team

Jeroen de Kloet Penn Ip Prof. Christiane Brosius (Heidelberg University, Germany, undertaking Leader) Dr. Melissa Butcher (Open University, UK, PI) Laila Abu-Er-Rub (Heidelberg University) Lucie Bernoider (Heidelberg University) Pi Chenying (Heidelberg University & University of Amsterdam) Maddalena Chiellini (Open University)

SOLITARY is a task funded by the HERA scheme of this eu, it relates to the representation of solitary feamales in Asia (Shanghai) and Asia (Delhi). The context of metropolitan change both in nations is allowing the synthesis of brand new social geographies and biographies for solitary ladies. SOLITARY utilizes ethnographic, mobile and artistic methodologies to explore these issues, documenting the experiences of solitary feamales in Delhi and Shanghai which are indicative of wider social and demographic transformations, and set within wider debates of cultural encounter, globe metropolitan areas and globalisation. more “Producing the ‘New’ Asian Woman: Entanglements of Urban area, Cultural Encounters and Gendered Identities in Shanghai and Delhi (SINGLE)”