Dr. Yuqin Huang

Dr. Yuqin Huang

Soziologie

Yuqin Huang ist jetzt an der East China University of Science and Technology (ECUST) in Shanghai tätig. Ihre E-Mail-Adresse lautet: yuqinhuang2004(at)hotmail.com

Yuqin Huang erwarb ihren BA und MA Abschluss in Soziologie an der Universität Peking, China, und erhielt ihren PhD am Institut für Soziologie der University of Essex, Großbritannien, im Mai 2009. Ihre Doktorarbeit untersuchte "Die Umgestaltung der geschlechtsspezifischen Organisation von Arbeit und Freizeit: Frauen, Arbeit, Freizeit und Familie in einem chinesischen Dorf im Landesinneren, 1926-2006“. Ihre Forschungsinteressen liegen an der Schnittstelle von Geschlecht und Kategorien wie Arbeit, Religion, (globale und interne) Migration, Familie und Gesundheit, unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der chinesischen Gesellschaften. Sie interessiert sich auch für qualitative  Forschungsmethoden, insbesondere Oral History und lebensgeschichtliche Methodenansätze

Am MPI beschäftigen sich ihre Forschungen in erster Linie mit der Feminisierung der chinesischen Christengemeinden. Sie führte ihre Feldforschung in christlichen chinesischen Gemeinden in Großbritannien und Deutschland durch und wird weitere Forschungen unter Christen in der Volksrepublik China verfolgen. Ihr zweites Forschungsfeld befasst sich mit christlichen chinesischen Rückkehrern, die - nachdem sie einige Zeit in westlichen Ländern studieren oder gearbeitet haben - auf das chinesische Festland zurückkommen, ihren transnationalen religiösen Netzwerke und deren Auswirkungen auf das Christentum (vor allem in städtischen Hausgemeinden) in China.

Publikationen

Zeitschriftenartikel (peer-reviewed)

[2012] “’Jumping out of the agricultural gate (tiaochu nongmen)’: social mobility and gendered intra-household resource distribution among children in a central Chinese village, 1950-2012”, China Perspectives, Vol.2012/4, pp. 25-33.

[2012] ‘Remarriage, gender, and life course in contemporary inland rural China’, Journal of Comparative Family Studies, vol. 43, no. 2, 2012, pp. 313-330.

[2012] ‘From the "feminization of agriculture" to the "ageing of farming populations": Demographic transition and farming in a central Chinese village’, Local Economy, vol. 27, no. 1, 2012, pp. 19-32. Link

[2002] ‘Gift, Ritual and Renqing Circle: Xujia village as a case’, Sociological Studies, No. 4, pp. 88-100 (in Chinese)

Beiträge in Sammelbänden

[2011] ‘Labour, leisure, gender and generation: the organisation of ‘wan’ and the notion of ‘gender equality’ in contemporary rural China’, in Tamara Jacka and Sally Sargeson (eds.), Women, Gender and Development in Rural China, Edward Elgar Publishing Limited. www.e-elgar.com/bookentry_main.lasso=

[Accepted] ‘Transforming the gendered organisation of childcare: experiences of three generations of rural mothers in an inland Chinese village (1940s-2006)’, in Angela W. W. Ching, Maria Tam and Danning Wang (eds.) Gender and Family in East Asia, Routledge.  

Tagungsbeiträge

“To Jump out of the Agricultural Gate (Tiao chu nong men): Social Mobility and Gendered Intra-household Resource Distribution among Children in a Central Chinese Village, 1950-2012, presented at NEW EUROPEAN RESEARCH ON CONTEMPORARY CHINA CONFERENCE, BEIJING, 4-6 JULY, 2012

Getting inside: researching marriage and aspirations in contemporary Shanghai through volunteering in a non-profit marriage agency, presented at Doing Asian Cities: A Workshop on Urban Aspirations, National University of Singapore, Singapore, 05-06, June, 2012

Migration, family planning, gender and marriage in a county in central China: an intersectional analysis’, presented at Love, Marriage and Intimate Citizenship in India and China workshop, Centre for Modern Indian Studies, Georg-August Universität Göttingen, Germany, 16-17 June 2011

Becoming missionaries in Diaspora: salvation, love, gender and space in the Chinese Christian communities in the UK and Germany’, presented at Religion and Communism: Comparative Perspectives’ workshop, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity,
Goettingen, Germany
, 05 - 07 May 2011

 ‘Christianity, socialism, gender and space in the Chinese Christian communities in the UK and Germany’, presented at ‘Religious Pluralism: Uncovering Gender’, Université de Neuchâtel, Switzerland, 8-10 September 2010.

‘Labour, leisure, gender and generation: the organisation of ‘wan’ and the notion of ‘gender equality’ in contemporary rural China’, will be presented at ‘China’s Rural Development: Gender Politics, Social Equity and Citizenship’ International Symposium, Australian National University, Canberra, 14-15 August 2009.

‘Jump out of the agricultural gate’ (Tiao chu nong men): ‘Hukou’ conversion and gendered distribution of household resources for children in an inland Chinese village (1950s-2006), presented at ‘9th European Conference on Agriculture and Rural Development in China’, University of Leeds, UK, 3-5 April 2009.

‘Transforming the gendered organisation of childcare: experiences of three generations of rural mothers in an inland Chinese village (1940s-2006)’, presented at ‘Gender & Family in East Asia International Conference’, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 12-13 December, 2008.

‘Remarriage, gender and life cycle: case studies in an inland Chinese village’, presented at ‘International Conference on Contemporary Families in Chinese Society in Transition’, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing, 10-11 December, 2008.

‘From ‘the feminisation of agriculture’ to ‘the ageing of farming population’: demographic changes and farming in a mid-Chinese village’, presented at the 2008 annual conference of the British Association for Chinese Studies (BACS), University of Leeds, UK, 4-5 September 2008.

‘Labour migration, family planning, gender and marriage: the case in Shayang, a mid Chinese county ’, presented at ‘China Postgraduate Network Relaunch Workshop’, University of Oxford, 15-16 March 2008.  

‘The First Footloose Generation: A Perspective from Working Country Girls in the Pre-collective Rural China (1926--1956)’, presented at the 2007 annual conference of the British Association for Chinese Studies (BACS), University of Manchester, UK, 6-7 September 2007.

Gastvorträge

‘Labour, leisure, gender and generation: the organisation of ‘wan’ and the notion of ‘gender equality’ in contemporary rural China’, given at Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Halle (Saale), Germany,  1st June 2011