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Liang Ge.

Culture, Media and Creative Industries Department, King's College London

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Keywords: Gender, Sexuality and East Asian Popular Media and Culture

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Hu, T., Ge, L. (co-first and corresponding author), Chen, Z., & Xia, X. (2023). Masculinity in crisis? Reticent / han-xu politics against danmei and male effeminacy. International Journal of Cultural Studies, 26(3), 274-292. https://doi.org/10.1177/13678779231159424

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Ge, L. and Liu, S. (2023). Love and Redemption and the Organism of Hun-Po-Body: The Imagination of Fluid Body in the Dialogue between Post-humanism and the Philosophy of Hun-Po in Pre-Qin China《琉璃》与心魂-元神-肉身有机体:后人类理论与中国先秦灵肉观对话中流动的身体想象. Theory and Criticism of Literature and Art 文艺理论与批评, 220, 109-122. 

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Dual ambivalence: The Untamed Girls as a counterpublic.

Ge, L. (2022). Dual ambivalence: The Untamed Girls as a counterpublic. Media Culture & Society, 44(5), 1021-1033. https://doi.org/10.1177/01634437221104713

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Fan Conflicts and State Power in China: Internalised Heteronormativity, Censorship Sensibilities, and Fandom Police

Wang, E.N. and Ge, L. (corresponding author) (2022). Fan Conflicts and State Power in China: Internalised Heteronormativity, Censorship Sensibilities, and Fandom Police. Asian Studies Review. https://doi.org/10.1080/10357823.2022.2112655

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Problematizing heteronormativity: Performativity, resignification, and A/B/O fiction in Chinese danmei literature

Ge, L. (2021). Problematizing heteronormativity: Performativity, resignification, and A/B/O fiction in Chinese danmei literature. East Asian Journal of Popular Culture, 7(2), 241–254. https://doi.org/10.1386/eapc_00051_1

2021

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