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UCLA CCS 2016 Winter Quarter Events
UCLA CCS 2016 Winter Quarter Events
2016/1/4 9:10:09 | 浏览:2179 | 评论:1

UCLA CCS 2016 Winter Quarter Events

UCLA CCS 2016 Winter Quarter Events

Happy New Year!

Below is a list of our upcoming events in the Winter quarter of 2016.

(Event times and locations could change, please check our website or individual event email notice for the most current information.)

Upcoming Events

UCLA CCS 2016 Winter Quarter Events

Thursday, January 28, 2016
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Bunche Hall 10383more


Wednesday, February 10, 2016
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Bunche Hall 10383more


Tuesday, February 16, 2016
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Presentation Room, Young Research Library more


Other Happenings

There are no public events currently scheduled.

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UCLA CCS 2016 Winter Quarter Events
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UCLA CCS 2016 Winter Quarter Events
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1/08/2016

9am - 5:00pm

Rehistoricizing Kunqu (RSVP required. Limited to UCLA faculty and students)

 

RSVP only

Taiwan Studies Lectureship Annual Workshop – Two Days

1/09/2016

5pm - 7:00pm


Film Screening:My Next Step

 

James Bridges Theater

Q&A with Director Cheuk Cheung

 

1/12/2016

4pm - 5:00pm

Learning to Produce Literature in Medieval China

 

Royce Hall 314

Christopher Nugent, Williams College

 

1/28/2016

4pm - 5:30pm

Making a Yellow River Delta:An Environmental Drama in Northern Song China

 

Bunche Hall 10383

Ling Zhang, Boston College

 

2/10/2016

4pm - 5:30pm

Implementation of Exclusionary Rules in China:Challenges and Potential Solutions

 

Bunche Hall 10383

Guo Zhiyuan, China University of Political Science and Law, Beijing

 

 

 

2/18/2016

4pm - 5:30pm

Lecture by Fabio Lanza

 

Bunche Hall 10383

Fabio Lanza, Department of History, University of Arizona

 

 

 

3/03/2016

4pm - 5:30pm

Lecture by Christopher Rea

 

Bunche Hall 10383

Christopher Rea, University of British Columbia

 

3/10/2016

4pm - 5:30pm

Lecture by John Osburg

 

Bunche Hall 10383

John Osburg, University of Rochester

 

 

 

 

 

UCLA Center for Chinese Studies
11381 Bunche Hall
Los Angeles, CA 90095
Campus Mail Code:148703
Tel:(310)825-8683
Fax:(310)206-3555
china@international.ucla.edu

 

 

 

Learning to Produce Literature in Medieval China

 

UCLA CCS 2016 Winter Quarter Events

Talk by Christopher Nugent, Williams College

Tuesday, January 12, 2016
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Royce Hall 314

Members of the literate class in medieval China(ca. 6th through 10th centuries)were called upon to produce literary works in a wide range of contexts, from drunken poetry competitions to the civil service exam. In this talk, Nugent examines a number of the texts—including children’s primers, encyclopedias, and model poems—that were used in the process of training members of this elite in literary skills that were ultimately as much social as aesthetic.

Christopher Nugent, associate professor of Chinese and chair of Comparative Literature Program at Williams College. He obtained his Ph.D. in East Asian Lang & Civilization from Harvard University in 2004. His areas of expertise include Medieval Chinese literary culture, manuscript culture, memory and memorization.


Co-Sponsored with the UCLA Department of Asian Languages and Cultures and Center for Medieval & Renaissance Studies.

Public Lecture Series:Transformations and Innovations of Chinese Cultural Tradition in the Era of New Media
Partially supported by the Education Section of the Chinese Consulate-General in Los Angeles

Rehistoricizing Kunqu:China's Classical Opera

Taiwan Studies Lectureship Annual Workshop

This interdisciplinary and international workshop seeks to question the received wisdom about Kun opera as the consummate elite, male, and classical genre of Chinese opera. Papers will explore the history and historiography of kunqu in Ming and Qing times with attention to its music and performance practices, as well as the genre’s transformation and the re-imagining of classical form(and Chinese opera more generally)in modern and contemporary times. In conjunction with the workshop, there will be a premiere screening of Hong Kong documentary filmmaker Cheuk Cheung’s My Next Step, about the increasingly marginalized wusheng(martial male role type)performer of Kun opera.

Organized by Andrea S. Goldman, Department of History, UCLA

 

UCLA CCS 2016 Winter Quarter Events

Limited to UCLA faculty and students

Rehistoricizing Kunqu:Day 1

Friday, January 8, 2016

9am - 5:30pm

1)The Missing Message:Late-Ming Accounts of Literati Singing and Scholarly Vocal Training
文獻何以不足徵:晚明士夫唱及其學者型發聲方法之考述

Peng XU, Virginia Military Institute
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2)Kunqu Performance and Folk Practices in Ming Dynasty Nanjing
明代南京城市民俗活動中的昆曲演出
XIA Taidi, Shanghai University of Electric Power
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3)Kunqu’s Diverse Musical and Poetic Origins:“Plays” within Plays
Casey Schoenberger, Sewanee University
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4)Kunqu as Chinese Music History
编写中国昆曲音乐史
Joseph Lam, University of Michigan
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5)The Journeying Emperor Zhengde on the Qing Stage:Meanings and History
清代舞台上的「正德微行」:意義及歷史
HUA Wei, Chinese University of Hong Kong

RSVP required. Limited to UCLA faculty and students. Participants will be provided with the event location and papers in advance.

 

 

Rehistoricizing Kunqu:Day 2

Saturday, January 9, 2016

9am - 5pm

1)From Kun Opera to Beijing Opera:Misreading “Daiyu Buried the Fallen Flowers”
從崑劇到京劇:誤讀「黛玉葬花」

CHEN Fang, National Taiwan Normal University
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2)Writing the History of Chinese Drama with Confucian Classics
儒家經典與中國戲曲史之發軔初探
Hsiao-Chun Wu, UCLA
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3)Between Asian and Oriental:Wu Hsing-Kuo and Xiqu in Taiwan
東方與亞洲之間:吳興國與台灣戲曲演員的困境
Fang-ru Lin, UCLA
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4)Re-interpreting Tradition:Avant-garde kunqu in Hong Kong
對傳統的重新詮釋:香港的前衛崑曲
Ellen Gerdes, UCLA

RSVP required. Limited to UCLA faculty and students. Participants will be provided with the event location and papers in advance.

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