English Literature

 

Prof. Stuart CHRISTIE

William Empson; E. M. Forster; Native/Indigenous American Studies; Twentieth-Century British and American Novel; Cultural Studies/Literary Theory; New Literatures in English; Formalism in the Age of Deconstruction; Digital Literacies

Prof. Terry YIP

Henrik Ibsen; Western Drama; Gender and Literature; Chinese-Western Literary Relations; Self and Identity in Literature; Woman in Literature; Special Themes or Motifs; Literary Theory; Romantic Literature; Global Circulation of Chinese Texts and Values

Dr. Ruth HUNG

Animal Studies; Modern Literary Criticism; Comparative Studies; World Literatures; Chinese-Western Literary Relations; Global China; The Modern Intellectual

Dr. Magdalen KI

Edgar Allan Poe; Psychoanalysis and Literature; Jane Austen; 18th and 19th Century Literature; Gothic Literature

Dr. Jason POLLEY

Postwar American Fiction & Culture; Comics & Graphic Novels; Contemporary Fiction; Media Studies; Literary Journalism; Shakespeare; Post-structuralism

Dr. Tammy Lai-Ming HO

Hong Kong Literature; Victorian and Neo-Victorian Fiction; Contemporary Fiction; Western Poetry and Poetics; Representations of Asia in Western Literature; Literary Afterlives; Literary Theories; Modern Drama

 

Professor Stuart CHRISTIE

Department Head and Professor 系主任、教授

Research areas:

William Empson; E. M. Forster; Native/Indigenous American Studies; Twentieth-Century British and American Novel; Cultural Studies/Literary Theory; New Literatures in English; Formalism in the Age of Deconstruction; Digital Literacies

Representative publications:

v  "Literature minus the Local: Assessing the Viability of a Taught Postgraduate Program in Literary Studies in Contemporary Hong Kong". The Future of English in Asia: Perspectives on Language and Literature . Ed. Michael O'Sullivan, David Huddart, and Carmen Lee. New York and London: Routledge, 2016. 140-158.

v  "Introduction." Twenty-first Century 'Chinoiserie' . 12.8 Literature Compass 12.8 (2015): 1-8.

v  Twenty-first Century 'Chinoiserie' . Special issue. 12.8 Literature Compass Oxford and West Sussex: Wiley-Blackwell, 2015.

v  Worlding Forster: The Passage from Pastoral. Paperback ed. New York: Routledge, 2013.

v  "Upward's Later Stories, Modernist Intimacy, and the Marxist Unmentionable." Edward Upward and Left-Wing Literary Culture in Britain. Surrey, Eng.: Ashgate, 2013.129-144.


Biography of Professor Stuart CHRISTIE
http://eng.hkbu.edu.hk/people/academic-staff/headprofessor/251-2/

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Professor Terry YIP
葉少嫻教授

Professor 教授

Research areas:

Henrik Ibsen; Western Drama; Gender and Literature; Chinese-Western Literary Relations; Self and Identity in Literature; Woman in Literature; Special Themes or Motifs; Literary Theory; Romantic Literature; Global Circulation of Chinese Texts and Values

Representative publications:

v  "Border Crossing: Place, Identity and the Dis/Location of the Self in Xu Xi's The Unwalled City." Narrating Race: Asia, (Trans)Nationalism, Social Change . (Textxet 64) Ed. Robbie B.H. Goh. Amsterdam: Rodopi. 2011. 181-197.

v  "Geographical Space and Cultural Identity: Self in the Age of Globalization."Cultural Identity in the Age of Globalization . Ed. Peng-hsiang Chen and Jenn-Shann Lin. Edmonton, Alberta: M.V. Dimic Research Institute, University of Alberta, 2010. 192-216. Reprint of a 2007 article.

v  "Experiments in Self-Narration in Twentieth-Century Chinese Fiction." Tamkang Review Vol. 41, No.1 (December 2010): 1-22. (THCI)

v  "The Emergence of Androgynous Women in A Doll's House and The Lady from the Sea ." In Ibsen and the Modern Self. (Acta Ibseniana Series VII) Ed. Kwok-kan Tam, Terry Siu-han Yip and Frode Helland. Oslo and Hong Kong: Center for Ibsen Studies of University of Oslo and Open University of Hong Kong Press, 2010. 91-105.

v  "The Romantic Quest: The Reception of Goethe in Modern Chinese Literature." Interlitteraria Vol. 11, Nos. 1 & 2 (Fall 2006): 50-69.


Biography of Professor Terry YIP
http://eng.hkbu.edu.hk/people/academic-staff/professor/yip-siu-han-terry/

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Dr. Ruth Y.Y. HUNG
洪如蕊博士

Associate Programme Director of Master of Arts in Literary and Comparative Studies and Associate Professor 文學與比較研究文學碩士課程副主任、副教授

Research areas:

Animal Studies; Modern Literary Criticism; Comparative Studies; World Literatures; Chinese-Western Literary Relations; Global China; The Modern Intellectual

Representative publications:

v  'Red Nostalgia: Commemorating Mao in Our Time.' Twenty-first Century 'Chinoiserie' : China and the Global Imaginary , a special issue of Literature Compass , 12.8 (August 2015): 371-384.

v  'What Melts in the "Melting Pot" of Hong Kong?' ASIATIC , 8.2 (December 2014): 57-87.

v  'Imagination Sterilized: The Workings of the Global Spectacle.' boundary 2 , 40.3 (September 2013): 101-137.

v  'Cultural Policy between the State and the Market: Regulation, Creativity, and Contradiction' (with Q.S. Tong). International Journal of Cultural Policy , 18.3 (2012): 265-78; reprinted in Cultural Policy in East Asia: Contemporary Issues and Trends , ed. Lorraine Lim. London: Routledge, 2014. 5-18.

v  'The State and the Market: Chinese TV Serials and the Case of Woju (Dwelling narrowness).' boundary 2 , 38.2 (June 2011): 155-187.

 

Biography of Dr. Ruth HUNG
http://eng.hkbu.edu.hk/people/academic-staff/associate-professor/hung-ruth/

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Dr. Magdalen KI
祁穎智博士

Programme Director of Master of Arts in Literary and Comparative Studies and Associate Professor
文學與比較研究文學碩士課程主任、副教授

Research areas:

Edgar Allan Poe; Psychoanalysis and Literature; Jane Austen; 18th and 19th Century Literature; Gothic Literature

Representative publications:

v  "Family Complexes and Dwelling Plight in Wuthering Heights ." Brontë Studies 39.3 (2014): 202-12 (AHCI, ERIH, 21).

v  "Superego-Evil and Poe's Revenge Tales." Poe Studies 46 (2013): 59-77 (AHCI, ERIH, 21).

v  "Structure and Anti-Structure: Virginia Woolf's Feminist Politics and 'The Mark on the Wall.'" English Studies 91.4 (June, 2010): 425-442. (AHCI, ERIH, 21).

v  "The Post-Oedipal Father and The Master Builder, " Journal of Dramatic Theory and Criticism 24.2 (Spring 2010): 9-30. (ERIH, 21).

v  "Diabolical Evil and Poe's 'The Black Cat.'" The Mississippi Quarterly 62.4 (Fall 2009): 569-589. (AHCI, 21).


Biography of Dr. Magdalen KI
http://eng.hkbu.edu.hk/people/academic-staff/associate-professor/ki-wing-chi-magdalen/

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Dr. Jason POLLEY

Associate Professor 副教授

Research areas:

Postwar American Fiction & Culture; Comics & Graphic Novels; Contemporary Fiction; Media Studies; Literary Journalism; Shakespeare; Post-structuralism

Representative publications:

v  Polley, Jason S.I Eye a Pose.Quixotica: Poems East of la Mancha. Ed by Tammy Ho et al. Hong Kong: Chameleon, 2016. 64-8.

v  Polley, Jason S. "Back to Main Age." Desde Hong Kong: Poets in Conversation with Octavio Paz . Ed by Tammy Ho Lai- Ming et al. Hong Kong: Chameleon, 2014. 62-9.

v  Polley, Jason S.Neill Blomkamp, Class Apartheid, and Urban Insurrection.Berfrois . Oct 2014. np.

v  Polley, Jason S.Watching the Watchmen, Mediating the Mediators,Literature Compass . 10.8(2013): 593-604.

v  Polley, Jason S.Race, Gender, Justice: Storytelling in The Greenlanders .Amerikastudien/ American Studies . 58.1. Fall 2013: 27-50.


Biography of Dr. Jason POLLEY
http://eng.hkbu.edu.hk/people/academic-staff/associate-professor/polley-jason/

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Dr. Tammy Lai-Ming HO
何麗明博士

Assistant Professor 助理教授

Research areas:

Hong Kong Literature; Victorian and Neo-Victorian Fiction; Contemporary Fiction; Western Poetry and Poetics; Representations of Asia in Western Literature; Literary Afterlives; Literary Theories; Modern Drama

Representative publications:

v  Ho, Lai-Ming Tammy. 'Female Researchers in Neo-Victorian Novels'. American, British and Canadian Studies: the Journal of the Academic Anglophone Society of Rommania 26:1 (Jun 2016), 72-86.

v  Ho, Lai-Ming Tammy. Hula Hooping. Hong Kong: Chameleon, 2015.

v  Ho, Lai-Ming Tammy. 'Brief Notes Towards a Collective Hong Kong Narrative'. Asiatic: IIUM Journal of English Language and Literature 8:2 (December 2014), 3-16.

v  Ho, Lai-Ming Tammy. 'Cannibalised Girlhood in Richard Flanagan's Wanting'. The Journal of Neo-Victorian Studies 5:1 (2012), 14-37.

v  Ho, Lai-Ming Tammy. "Reading Aloud and Charles Dickens' Aural Iconic Prose Style'. Insistent Images: Iconicity in Language and Literature 5, eds. Elzbieta Tabakowska, Christina Ljungberg and Olga Fischer. Amsterdam; Philadelphia: J. Benjamins Pub., 2007, 73-89.


Biography of Dr. Tammy HO
http://eng.hkbu.edu.hk/people/academic-staff/assistant-professor/ho-tammy/

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