Lien Ling-ling 連玲玲,
Academia Sinica, Institute of Modern History
Ling-ling Lien is Associate Research Fellow in the Institute of Modern History, Academia Sinica. Her research field is social and cultural history in modern China. She recently published the book, Creating a Paradise for Consumption: Department Stores and Modern Urban Culture
(in Chinese, IMH, 2017). She is also the editor of the volume All-Seeing Tabloid Newspapers: Modern Chinese Urban Culture, Society and Politics
(in Chinese, IMH, 2013) and the journal Research on Women in Modern Chinese History
. She is working on two different projects, one on the daily life of Allied civilians interned in occupied China by the Japanese during WWII, and the other concerning how Chinese intellectuals adopted social survey, a scientific methodology of research, to construct women as a new category of knowledge.