1. Social Activism in China: Micro-foundations, Local impetus and Global Resources Ching Kwan Lee and You-tien Hsing Part 1: Politics of (Re)distribution 2. Urban Housing Mobilizations You-tien Hsing 3.Workers and the Quest for Citizenship Ching Kwan Lee 4. Barefoot Lawyers and Rural Conflicts Ying Xing 5. Peasant Resistance against Nature Reserves Melinda Herrold-Menzies Part 2: Politics of Recognition 6. Feminist Networks Zheng Wang 7. Civic Environmentalism Guobin Yang 8. Religious Revival Richard Madsen Part 3: Politics of Representation 9. Film as Cultural Politics Seio Nakajima 10. Bounded Innovations in the Media Zhongdang Pan 11. Inner City Culture Wars Maxwell Woodworth 12. Politics of Cultural Heritage Magnus Fiskesjo
You-tien Hsing is Associate Professor of Geography at the University of California at Berkeley, USA. Ching Kwan Lee is a Professor of Sociology, UCLA, USA.