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中美诗歌诗学协会第五届年会(洛杉矶,2016年11月)议程(III)/ The CAAP Convention Program (III)  

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The 5th Convention of

The Chinese/American Association for Poetry and Poetics

中美诗歌诗学协会第五届年会

 

California State University, Los Angeles, USA

November 11-14, 2016

美国洛杉矶*20161111-14

 

Programs /   

Part III:  Nov 12 Evening

 

  

November 12, Saturday


 

16:00—17:30  Panel Session II

 

Panel 1: Reading Chinese Poetry in the American Context

Room 612

Moderators

Weixin Wang, Shanghai University of International Business and Economics, China

Guilian Hao, Yunnan Normal University, China

Speakers

Weixin Wang

Shanghai University of

International Business and

Economics, China

After Clouding Poetry: “Parochialism” and the Decline of Contemporary Chinese Poetry

Guilian Hao

Yunnan Normal University, China

Shape of Words, Shaping of a Culture: A Reading of the Chinese Classic Book of Poetry

Chong Sun

Editorial Office, China National

Geography, China

On the “Freedom, Love and Beauty” in Xu Zhimo’s Poetry

Feng Li

 Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, China

An Ethical Survey of China’s ‘Nine-Leaves’ Poets

Panel 2: A Round Table

Colonialism & Modernism:

American Poetry and the Circulation and Branding of “China”

Room 628

Moderator

Dorothy Wang, Williams College, USA

Panelists

Dorothy Wang, Williams College, USA

Eunsong Kim, University of California, San Diego, USA

Michael Leong, SUNY-Albany, USA

Panel 3: Ezra Pound, American New Poetry, and Chinese New Poetry (2)

Room 633

Moderators

Youngmin Kim, Professor of English, Dongguk University, Korea

Qiang Zhang, Professor of English, Central China Normal University, China

Speakers

Youngmin Kim

Dongguk University, Korea

Poetry and Cultural Translation: A Close Reading of Ezra Pound’s Translation

Qiang Zhang

Central China Normal University, China

City in Ezra Pound’s Poetry

Lizhen Chen

 Hangzhou Normal University,

China

Confucianism ‘as Confucius had it’: The Disagreement and Agreement Between Carsun Chang and Ezra Pound

Ke Wu

 Peking University, China

Several Faces of Ezra Pound: A Study Focused on the Translation and Introduction of the “Six Principles of Imagism” in the Early 20th-Century China

Panel 4: Sound, Visual, and Performances: A Round Table

Room 635

Moderator

Zhang Er, The Evergreen State College, USA

Panelists

Zhang Er, The Evergreen State College, USA

Susan Kane, California State University, Los Angeles, USA

Stephen Dembski, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA

Zachary Deak, University of Southern California, USA

 

 

18:00—19:30  Welcoming Banquet

                           

20:00—22:00  Featured Performance

Main Lobby, Cal State LA Downtown Campus

Moon in the Mirror

 

Synopsis: Moon in the Mirror is a seven scene monodrama for soprano and piano on the rich mythology and beauty of Chang’e who is the Chinese Goddess of the Moon. These seven scenes correspond with a woman’s life and explore the depths of aspects of being a mother and a daughter as well as depicting many of the symbols of this beautiful goddess.

Poetry by Zhang Er and Martine Bellen

Poet and Professor at The Evergreen State College, USA / Poet, Wesleyan University, USA

Music by Stephen Dembski

Professor of Composition at University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA

Piano by Zachary Deak

Winner of Hopkinson silver medal at Chappell Medal Piano Competition

Soprano by Susan Mohini Kane

Author of The 21st Century Singer: Making the Leap from the University into the World

 (Oxford, 2015)

 


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