Discipline and Place Collective , 1997, "Moving spaces/firm groundings: an interview with Rey Chow" Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 15(5) 509 – 532
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Moving spaces/firm groundings: an interview with Rey Chow
Discipline and Place Collective
Abstract. Society and Space marks the transition of Hong Kong from a territory of Britain to China with an interview with Rey Chow, a cultural theorist who has written extensively on Hong Kong, cultural politics, and modern Chinese literature and film, and who currently teaches English and Comparative Literature at University of California – Irvine. This is a condensed and edited version of a four-hour interview conducted by an interdisciplinary faculty research group at the University of British Columbia on 17 February 1997.
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