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New Directions in the Study of Traditional Chinese Drama

Chinese Drama Workshop

TWO DAY WORKSHOP - NOVEMBER 6-7, 2010

Sponsored by EALC, Stanford Humanities Center and FSI. Free and open to the public.

Presentations by speakers on their current research (in Chinese or English) followed by
a roundtable on areas in the study of Chinese drama that need to be explored or explored
further.

Participants:

Liu Zhen (Professor and Director, Chinese Drama Research Institute, China Art Academy, Beijing)

Ye Changhai (Professor of Chinese Drama, Shanghai Academy of Theater)

Sun Manlin (Assistant to Prof. Ye, Shanghai Academy of Theater)

Huang Lin (Professor and Director, Center for Chinese Classical Lit. Studies, Fudan University)

Zhao Shanlin (Emeritus Professor of Chinese Literature, East China Normal University)

Tseng Yong-yih (Chair Professor of Chinese Literature, Shih-hsin University, Taipei; Emeritus
Professor, Taiwan National University; National Chair Professor, Ministry of Education, Taiwan)

Wang Ayling (Research Fellow, Institute of Chinese Literature and Philosophy,
Academia Sinica, and Vice President of the CCK Foundation)

Chen Fang (Professor of Theater, National Taiwan Normal University;
Director, Chinese Drama Association)

Tsai Hsin-hsin (Professor of Chinese Literature, National Cheng-chi University, Taipei)

Stephen West (Arizona State University)

Wilt Idema (Harvard University)

Sophie Volpp (UC-Berkeley)

John Wang (Stanford University)

Sunday, November 07, 2010 | 8:30 am — 5:30 pm
The Board Room, Stanford Humanities Center

Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures
Freeman-Spogli Institute (FSI)
Stanford Humanities Center