Dr. Ho-chak Law
Visiting Lecturer, Department of Music
B.A. (HKU), M,Phil. (HKU), Ph.D. (Michigan)
Ethnomusicology; film music studies; popular music studies
Ethnomusicology; film music; popular music; cultural history of music
Taught previously at:
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, The University of Hong Kong
“Restaging Zhu Yingtai in Early Communist China: Yue Opera, Color Film, and ‘New Woman’,” TDR/The Drama Review, forthcoming.
“Sheng,” Zhongguo minzu minjian qiyuequ jicheng, Xianggang juan [Anthology of Folk Instrumental Pieces of the Chinese People, Hong Kong Volume], forthcoming.
“King Hu’s Cinema Opera in his Early Wuxia Films,” Music and the Moving Image, Vol.7 No.3 (2014), 24-40.
“Making the Ancient Past Serve the Globalized Present: A Review of Suzhou Kun Opera Theater of Jiangsu Province’s September 2012 Performances in Ann Arbor, Michigan,” CHINOPERL Papers, No.31 (2012), 199-205.
“The Legacies of Chinese Opera Stage Performance in Chinese Cinema,” to be submitted to Journal of Cinema and Media Studies.