dhr. J. Lin MA
Faculteit der Geesteswetenschappen
Capaciteitsgroep Media & Cultuur
1012 XT Amsterdam
Jian is currently a PhD candidate at the Amsterdam School of Cultural Analysis, Faculty of Humanities.
Creative Labour in the Cultural Industries of China: Autonomy, Self-realisation and Subjectivity
As a member of the 'China Creative' research group led by Prof. Jeroen de Kloet, my research is on creative work/labour in the cultural industries of China. By investigating the diverse working conditions of cultural workers in various cultural industries, the study aims to elucidate the complex power relation governing creative labour and its implication for the cultural workers' subjectivity.
Be Creative for the State: creative workers in the state-owned cultural enterprises of P.R China. submitted to International Journal of Cultural Studies
Conferences and Presentations
Be creative for the State. Amsterdam Aesthetic Labour Workshop, Amsterdam, 2016.11
Useless creative labour. ASCA anual workshop, Amsterdam, 2017.3
Looking for resistance in Chinese state-owned cultural companies. 2017 Inter-asia Cultural Studies Conference, Seoul, South Korea, 2017.7
- Lin, J. (2018). Be creative for the state: Creative workers in Chinese state-owned cultural enterprises. International Journal of Cultural Studies.