Croll, Elisabeth J(oan)

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CROLL, Elisabeth J(oan)

CROLL, Elisabeth J(oan). British (born New Zealand), b. 1944. Genres: Anthropology/Ethnology, History, Women's studies and issues. Career: University of London, School of Oriental and African Studies, professor of Chinese anthropology. Publications: Feminism and Socialism in China, 1978; The Politics of Marriage in Contemporary China, 1981; The Family Rice Bowl: Food and the Domestic Economy in China, 1982; Chinese Women since Mao, 1983; Wise Daughters from Foreign Lands: European Women Writers in China, 1989; Women and Rural Development: The Case of the People's Republic of China, 1979; Women and Rural Development in China, 1986; From Heaven to Earth: Images and Experiences of Development in China, 1994; Changing Identities of Chinese Women: Rhetoric, Experience and Self-Perception in Twentieth-Century China, 1995; Endangered Daughters: Discrimination and Development in Asia, 2000. EDITOR: The Women's Movement in China: A Selection of Readings, 1974, 1976; (co-) China's One-Child Family Policy, 1985; (with Gordon White) Agriculture and Socialist Development, 1985; (with D. Parkin) Bush Base: Forest Farm and Culture, Environment and Development, 1992. Address: School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, London WC1E 7HP, England.

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