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Documenting Three Gorges Migrants: Gendered Voices of (Dis)placement and Citizenship in Rediscovering the Yangtze River and Bingai

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Besides its environmental costs, the dams most controversial consequence is the resettlement of more than two million citizens displaced from their hometowns along the six-hundred-kilometer reservoir area in Hubei Province and Chongqing Municipality (formerly in Sichuan Province). Because gender plays a significant role in how one experiences (dis) placement, in this essay I seek to unravel the intertwined relationship between gender, the cultural and psychological dimension of citizenship, and resettlement as represented in the two documentaries.

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									documenting three gorges migrants:
gendered voices of (dis)placement and citizenship
in Rediscovering the Yangtze River and Bingai

Daisy Yan Du




What is displaced—dispersed, deferred, repressed, pushed aside—is, significantly, still
there: Displaced but not replaced, it remains a source of trouble, the shifting ground of
signification that makes meanings tremble.
                                —Angelika Bammer, introduction to Displacements:
                                                       Cultural Identities
								
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