Women Writers as Cultural Entrepreneurs: Anni Baobei

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Abstract This study aims to explore the role of women as cultural entrepreneurs (wenhua qiyejia 文化企业家) in China’s rising cultural industries (wenhua chanye 文化产业) and new media. As a case study we analyse the rise of Anni Baobei 安妮宝贝 (Annie Baby, alias Li Jie 励婕, b. 1974), one of China’s first new Internet writers who became a literary sensation at the turn of the twenty-first century. She is worth a closer look as she started a new trend in cultural production and also epitomizes China’s new women cultural entrepreneurs. Although she counts among China’s most successful writers in reform-era China, there is a dearth of analytical studies of her works and career that this study aims to redress.
Authors Berg, Daria & Strafella, Giorgio
Language English
Subjects business studies
social sciences
cultural studies
political science
HSG Classification contribution to scientific community
HSG Profile Area SHSS - Kulturen, Institutionen, Maerkte (KIM)
Date 18 June 2017
Event Title ‘Popular Literature in Contemporary China: Production, Diffusion and Genres’
Event Location University of Geneva
Event Dates 16-18 June 2017
Depositing User Dr. Giorgio Strafella
Date Deposited 15 Aug 2017 15:02
Last Modified 20 Jul 2022 17:31
URI: https://www.alexandria.unisg.ch/publications/251362

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Berg, Daria & Strafella, Giorgio: Women Writers as Cultural Entrepreneurs: Anni Baobei. 2017. - ‘Popular Literature in Contemporary China: Production, Diffusion and Genres’. - University of Geneva.

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