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Lü Pin

I am a second-year PhD student in the Department of Political Science at Rutgers University, where I major in Women and Politics and minor in Comparative Politics. My research interests include Chinese feminist movements and authoritarian politics. My second-year paper examines the new escalation of authoritarian repressive strategies as exemplified by the Chinese feminist movement's encounter. I earned my M.A. in Gender Studies from the University at Albany, SUNY, prior to coming to Rutgers. Outside of academia, as an organizer, independent writer, and public intellectual, I have worked for women's rights since the 1990s. I am also a frequent contributor to media outlets worldwide with commentary on Chinese women's rights.

About
Year in Program

2nd

Minor Fields

Comparative Politics
Methods

Areas of Interest

Feminist Movements
Authoritarian Politics
Chinese Politics


 

Teaching / Teaching Assistant Roles

Lü does not currently teach any courses.

2nd-Year Paper

Labelling Internal Foreign Enemies: A Strategic Suppression of Authoritarian State, Take the Example of Feminist Movement in China.

Advisor: Dr. Xian Huang

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