中國文學史精選片段 (History of Chinese Literature Highlights w/ Eng Sub)

中國文學史精選片段 (History of Chinese Literature Highlights w/ Eng Sub)

For 100 years our idea of literary history our judgments of works and writers have been shaped by a single man: Mr. Hu Shih Hu Shih was part of the May 4th movement but you need to remember his idea of literary history is still influential We’ll take our time in this class to make […]

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Christopher Rea, Professor of Modern Chinese Literature

Christopher Rea, Professor of Modern Chinese Literature

My name is Christopher Rea and I teach modern Chinese language, literature, and cinema at UBC. I’m primarily a literary and cultural historian focusing on the Chinese speaking world. I’m also a translator of both modern and classical Chinese literature. My research is eclectic, but one of its goals is to trace what might be […]

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Black and Red Revolution: Dazibao and Woodcuts from 1960s China

Black and Red Revolution: Dazibao and Woodcuts from 1960s China

– Good afternoon, welcome. Thank you for joining us. My name is Michael Szonyi, I am the director of the Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies here at Harvard University and I’m going to serve as the moderator of today’s panel which celebrates the opening of the Fairbank Center’s world debut exhibition of Dazibao and Woodcuts […]

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