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David Leiwei Li (李磊伟)教授11月17~20日讲座信息

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讲座人:David Leiwei Li (李磊伟)教授

讲座时间和地点:

Date

Time

Lecture

Audience

 Nov. 17

周一

2:304:30pm

Globalization on Speed: Economy, Emotion, and Ethics in Chinese Cinema

(an introduction and exposition of the key concepts and methodologies)

Teachers and

MA students

至诚行政楼一楼会议室

 Nov. 17

周一

7:008:50pm

The transformation of family and intimacy in

《世界》

Undergraduate students(Zhicheng College students

机北40585人)

 Nov. 18

周二

2:304:30pm

Asian American Literature and Culture: Histories, Concepts, and Practices

 Teachers and

MA students

至诚行政楼一楼会议室

 Nov. 19

周三

7:008:50pm

The transformation of family and intimacy in

《饮食男女》

Undergraduate students

(New campus)

 

新区外国语学院大会议室

 Nov. 20

周四

2:304:30pm

Shanghai EXPO 2010: Can Capitalism be Green?

(a talk with photo slides)

Teachers and

MA students

至诚行政楼一楼会议室

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

David Leiwei Li (李磊伟)教授简介:

David Leiwei Li (李磊伟)博士为美国俄勒冈大学英语系教授。主要学术研究方向为:亚裔美国文学研究,跨文化交际,电影叙事和文化等。在斯坦福大学出版社出版专著多部,并在国际权威刊物上发表论文四十多篇。同时,因其学术成就应邀在德国、英国、加拿大、意大利等国大学作各类学术讲座。

主要学术成果:

Imagining the Nation: Asian American Literature and Cultural Consent. (Stanford University Press, 1998 Hardcover; 2000 Paperback; Nominated for the Association of Asian American Studies Book Award, 2001).

Globalization and the Humanities. (Guest Editor, Special Double Issue of Comparative Literature 53.4 Fall 2001)

Globalization and the Humanities (Editor. Hong Kong University Press, 2004)

Asian American Literature. (Editor of a 4 volume, 2240 pp collection of Asian American criticism. Abingdon, UK/New York, NY: Routledge, 2012). 

“Shanghai EXPO 2010: Economy, Ecology, and the 2nd Coming of Capitalism in China (a photo essay).” Visual Studies 28.2 (June 2013): 162-179.

“Le spectre néoréaliste de Bazin dans le monde néolibéral de Jia Zhangke/The Neorealist Specter of Bazin in the Neoliberal World of Jia Zhangke.” Cahiers du Cinéma 640 (December 2008): 78-79.

"Capturing China in Globalization: Autonomy, Dependency, and Equality in Zhang Yimou's Cinema." Texas Studies in Literature and Language 49.3 (Fall 2007): 293-317.

“On Ascriptive and Acquisitional Americanness: The Accidental Asian and the Illogic of Assimilation.” Contemporary Literature 45.1 (Spring 2004): 106-34.

"The State and Subject of Asian American Criticism: Psychoanalysis, Transnational Discourse, and Democratic Ideals.” American Literary History 15.3 (Fall 2003): 603-24.

"What Will Become of Us if We Don't Stop? Ermo's China and the End of Globalization." Comparative Literature 53.4 (2001): 442-461.

“Introduction: Globalization and the Humanities.” Comparative Literature 53.4 (2001): 275-82.

"Race, Gender, Class and Asian American Literary Theory." Race, Gender, Class: An Interdisciplinary and Multicultural Journal. 4.3 (1997): 40-53. 

"China Men: Maxine Hong Kingston and the American Canon." American Literary History. 2.3 (Fall 1990): 482-502.

"Comment on E. D. Hirsch's Cultural Literacy." College English. 51.2 (1989): 210-14.

"The Naming of a Chinese American 'I': Cross-Cultural Sign/ifications in The Woman Warrior." Criticism.30.4 (1988): 497-515.

"Culture and Language Acquisition." Journal of Foreign Languages. (Shanghai: The Shanghai International Studies University) 56.4(1988): 47-49.

"ESL/EFL and the Teaching of Literature." Journal of Foreign Languages. (Shanghai: The Shanghai International Studies University) 52.6(1987): 35-37.

"Image: a Prominent Feature of Poetic Language." Journal of Foreign Languages. (Shanghai: The Shanghai International Studies University) 35.1 (1985): 54-58.

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