Pun Ngai-Texte

Eine Auswahl der Veröffentlichungen seit 1999 (bis 2008)

1999. Pun Ngai. »Becoming Dagongmei: the Politics of Identity and Difference in
Reform China«. The China Journal. No. 42 (July): 1–19.

2000. Pun Ngai. »Opening a Minor Genre of Resistance in Reform China: Scream,
Dream, and Transgression in a Workplace«. Positions: East
Asia Cultures Critique
. Vol. 8 (2) (Fall 2000): 531-555.

2001. Pun Ngai. »Cultural Construction of
Labor Politics: Gender, Kinship, and Ethnicity in a Shenzhen
Workplace.« In Alvin Y. So, Nan Lin, and Dudley Poston (eds.):
The Chinese Triangle of Mainland China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong:
Comparative Institutional Analyses
. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood.

2002. Pun Ngai. »›Am I the Only Survivor?‹ Global Capital, Local Gaze and
Social Trauma in China«. Public Culture. Vol. 14 (2):

2002. Pun Ngai and Kim-ming Lee.
»Locating Globalization: The Changing Role of the City-state in
Post-handover Hong Kong«. The China Review. Vol. 2 (1)
(Spring 2002): 1–28.

2003. Pun Ngai. »Subsumption or Consumption? The Phantom of Consumer Revolution
in ›Globalizing‹ China«. Cultural Anthropology. Vol.
18 (4): 469-492.

2004. Pun Ngai. »Women workers and precarious employment in Shenzhen special
economic zone, China«. In Maree Keating (ed.): Gender and
Oxford: Oxfam. Vol. 12 (2) (July 2004): 29-36.

2004. Pun Ngai. »Engendering Chinese
Modernity: The Sexual Politics of Dagongmei in a Dormitory
Labour Regime«. Asian Studies Review. Vol. 28 (June
2004): 151–165.

2004. Agnes S. Ku and Pun Ngai: »Introduction:
Citizenship in Hong Kong.« In Agnes S. Ku and Pun Ngai (eds.): Remaking
Citizenship in Hong Kong: Community, nation, and the global city.

Routledge: 1-15.

2004. Pun Ngai and Ka-Ming Wu: »Lived
citizenship and
lower-class Chinese migrant women. A global city without its people.«
In Agnes
S. Ku and Pun Ngai (eds.): Remaking Citizenship in Hong Kong:
nation, and the global city.
London: Routledge: 139-154.

2004. Alvin Y. So and Pun Ngai.
»Introduction: Globalization and Anti-Globalization of SARS in
Chinese Societies.« Asian Perspective. Vol. 28 (1):

2005. Pun Ngai. Made in China: Women
Factory Workers in a Global Workplace
. Durham. Duke University

Pun Ngai. »China as a World Factory: New Practices and Struggles of
Migrant Women Workers«.
Abruf: 20.07.2008)

Pun Ngai. »Global Production, Company Codes of Conduct, and Labor
Conditions in China: A Case Study of Two Factories«. The China
No. 54 (July 2005): 101-113.

2006. Pun Ngai. »Capital’s
Incorporation of Labour Rights and Corporate Codes of Conduct in a
Chinese Dormitory Labor Regime.« In Jacob Eyferth (ed.): How
China Works. Perspectives on the Twentieth-Century Industrial
. London: Routledge. 110-123

Chris Smith and Pun Ngai: »The Dormitory Labour Regime in China
as a Site for Control and Resistance«. International Journal
of Human Resource Management.
Vol. 17 (8) (August 2006):

Pun Ngai. »Chinas Wanderarbeiterinnen: Dreifaches Trauma im dormitory
labour regime«, Interview mit Pun Ngai, in: WEED (Hrsg.):
High-Tech-Sweatshops in China. Bonn. September 2007: 25-31.

2007. Pun Ngai. »Schlafsaalkapitalismus
in Shenzhen«, in: Perspektiven. Magazin für linke
Theorie und Praxis
, Nr. 3, Herbst 2007

Pun Ngai. »Gendering the Dormitory Labor System: Production,
Reproduction, and Migrant Labor in South China«. Feminist
Vol. 13 (3-4) (July-Oct. 2007): 239-258.

Pun Ngai and Chris Smith. »Putting Transnational Labour Process
in its Place: The Dormitory Labour Regime in Post-Socialist China«.
Work, Employment and Society. Vol. 21 (1): 27-45.

2008. Pun Ngai and Yu Xiaomin. »When
Wal-Mart and the Chinese dormitory labour regime meet: a study of
three toy factories in China.« China Journal of Social Work.
Vol. 1 (2) (July 2008): 110-129

2008. Pun Ngai and Chris King-Chi Chan.
»The Subsumption of Class Discourse in China.« boundary
Vol. 35 (2) (Summer 2008): 75-91.

2008. Chris Chan und Pun Ngai. »›The Making of…‹: Über Kollektivaktionen von WanderarbeiterInnen in Südchina. Teil 1« express 8/2008: 14-15.