Christina K. Gilmartin, Engendering the Chinese Revolution: Radical Women, Communist Politics and Mass Movements in the 1920s. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1995.

Christina Gilmartin, Gail Hershatter, Lisa Rofel and Tyrene White, eds, Engendering China: Women, Culture and the State. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1994.

Sharlene Hesse Biber, Christina Gilmartin, and Robin Lydenberg, eds., Feminist Approaches To Theory and Methodology: An Interdisciplinary Reader. New York: Oxford University Press, l999.

Carma Hinton and Chris Gilmartin, translators. The Golden Road, by Hao Ran. Foreign Languages Press, 1981.

Articles and Chapters:

(with Isabel Crook) “Marriage Reform, Rural Women and the Chinese State during World War II,” in Mechthild Leutner & Nicola Spakowski, eds., Women in China: The Republican Period in Historical Perspective. Berlin, Germany: Lit Verlag Münster, 2005.

AWang Huiwu,@ AWang Yizhi,@ and AYang Zhihua,@ biographical entries in Lily Lee, eds., Biographical Dictionary of Chinese Women in Twentieth Century China. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe , 2003.

AFleeing Poverty: Rural Women, Expanding Marriage Markets, and Strategies for Social Mobility in Contemporary China,@ with Tan Lin, in Esther Ngan-ling Chow, ed., Transforming Gender and Development in East Asia. New York: Routledge, 2002.

A Male Feminists in the Chinese Communist Movement,@ in Mechthild Leutner, et al, eds., The Chinese Revolution in the 1920s: Between Triumph and Disaster. London: Routledge Curzon Press, 2002.

“Introduction: May Fourth and Women=s Emancipation” in Hua R. Lan and Vanessa L. Fong, eds., Women in Republican China: A Sourcebook. Armonk, New York: M.E. Sharpe, 1999.

“Gender, Positivism and Modernity: Exploring Problematic Aspects of Social Science Research on Chinese Marriages,” Jindai Zhongguo funüshi yanjiu [Research on Women in Modern Chinese History], 4 (August l996): 269 285.

“The Politics of Gender in the Making of the Party,” in New Perspectives on the Chinese Communist Revolution, eds., Tony Saich and Hans van de Ven. Armonk, NY: M. E. Sharpe, 1994: 33 55.

“Gender, Political Culture, and Women’s Mobilization in the Chinese Nationalist Revolution, 1924 1927,” in Engendering China: Women, Culture and the State, eds.

Christina Gilmartin et al, (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1994): 195 225. This essay was translated into Korean and published in a Korean journal in l993.

“Gender in the Formation of a Chinese Communist Body Politic, l920 l925, Modern China, vol. 19, No. 3 (July 1993): 299 329.

This essay was translated into Chinese and published in Xingbie yu Zhongguo {Gender and China], ed. by Li Xiaojiang, Zhu Hong and Dong Xiuyu. Sanlian, 1993.

“Violence Against Women in Contemporary China,” in Violence in China: Essays in Culture and Counterculture, eds. Jonathan Lipman and Steven Harrell, Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 1990): 203 225.

“Sources on Women in the Chinese Communist Revolution: A Review of Historical Documents on the History of the Women’s Movement, 1921 1927,” A Review Essay in CCP Research Newsletter No. 2 (Spring 1989): 2 6.

“Gender, Politics and Patriarchy in China: The Experiences of Early Women Communists, 1920 1927,” in Promissory Notes: Women in the Transition to Socialism, eds., Rayna Rapp and MarilynYoung. New York: Monthly Review Press, 1989: 82 105.

“Recent Developments in Research about Women in the PRC,” Republican China, X:Ib (1984): 57 66.

Work In Progress

Co authoring with Isabel Crook. Prosperity’s Predicament: Localism, Reform and Resistance in a Rural Township in Southwest China. Book-length manuscript. EDC: Summer 2007

The Life and Times of a Chinese Woman Revolutionary.
(Book-length manuscript in progress.)