Xie, K. 2021. ‘Embodying middle class gender aspirations: Perspectives from China’s privileged young women’. Palgrave Macmillan. Reviewed in: Gender & Society; the China Journal; NAN NÜ; Gender, Place and Culture.
Mcloughlin, C., Ali, S., Xie, K., Cheeseman, N., and Hudson, D. edited (2024) The Politics of Development. Sage.
Xie, K and Huang, Y. Becoming a teacher: A gendered risk aversion strategy among aspirational middle-class women in Contemporary China, Le Mouvement Social. (In Press).
Xie, K and Zhou, Y. 2022. Gendering National Sacrifices: The Making of New Heroines in China’s Counter-Covid-19 TV Series, Communication, Culture & Critique. 15 (3): 372–92. https://doi.org/10.1093/ccc/tcac014. Both authors made equal contribution.
Xie, K. 2021. The affective life of the Nanjing Massacre: Re-activating historical trauma in governing contemporary China. Journal of Ethnographic Theory, 11(3), pp. 1016-1028.
Xie, K. and Zhou, Y. 2021. The cultural politics of national tragedies and personal sacrifices: State narratives of China’s ‘ordinary heroes’ of the covid-19 pandemic. Made in China Journal, 24-29. Available online.
Tu, M. and Xie, K. 2020. Privileged daughters? Gendered mobility among highly educated Chinese female migrants in the UK. Social Inclusion, 8(2),pp.68-76.
Xie, K. 2019. The naturalisation of motherhood within marriage and its implications for Chinese academic women. British Journal of Chinese Studies 9 (1): 59 – 84.
Xie, K. 2018. Premarital abortion—What is the harm? The responsibilisation of women’s pregnancy among China’s “privileged” daughters. British Journal of Chinese Studies, 8(1), 1-31. Winner of the Early Career Researcher Prize 2017, British Association of Chinese Studies.
Xie, K., E. Njoku, M. Thompson. 2024. How does my identity matter: Intersectionality, power relations and positionality, The Politics of Development, Sage.
Xie, K. Happily ever after? Changing attitude about divorce among China's young women. ‘Post-Divorce Intimacy in Contemporary Asia’, Rutgers University Press. (In Press
Xie, K. and Liu, C. 2022. The ‘Birth of a Modern Nation. Debates Around Abortion in the Global North: Europe, North America, Russia and Asia. Routledge. Both authors made equal contribution.
Xie, K. 2020. Chasing happiness: The role of marriage in the aspiration of success among China’s middle-class women. Romantic relationships in a time of “cold intimacies” edited by J. Carter & L. Arocha. Palgrave Macmillan, US. 181-206.
Xie, K and Huang, Y. 2023. Changing Norms and Ideas about Reproduction Among Women in China. Australian Outlook, Australian Institute of International Affairs. 16 March 2023
Xie, K and Huang, Y. 2022. Protecting women’s rights in China. East Asia Forum. 4 August 2022.
Xie, K. 2018. A balanced life? Young mothers under the Two-Child policy. Invited Contributor to Women and Gender in China WAGIC Blog, April 2018
Xie, K. 2017. “Her China dream”: The aspiration of China’s privileged daughters, Discover Society, DS48, September, 2017.
Xie, K. 2017. A Gendered Perspective on the Impact of Core Socialist Value on Chinese Women. ‘ジェンダーの視点からみる社会主義核心価値観による中国女性への影響’, Asia-Japan Women’s Resource Centre ‘女たちの21世紀’, No.92, December 2017, 38-39.
Xie, K. 2021. Gender Theory in Troubled Times. By Kathleen Lennon and Rachel Alsop. Cambridge: Polity, 2020, 304 pp. Gender & Society, 2021.
Xie, K., 2023. Dreadful Desires: The Uses of Love in Neoliberal China, written by Charlie Yi Zhang. NAN NÜ, 25(2), pp.357-360.
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