劉紀蕙 | Joyce C.H. Liu

Professor, Graduate Institute for Social Research and Cultural Studies, National Chiao Tung University

Director, International Institute for Cultural Studies, University System of Taiwan


Address:1001 Ta Hsueh Road, Hsinchu, Taiwan 300, ROC

Email: joyceliu@mail.nctu.edu.tw

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Wednesday 10:10-12:00


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Education
  • 1984 Ph.D., Comparative Literature, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, U.S.A.
  • 1980 M.A., Comparative Literature, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, U.S.A.
  • 1978 B.A., English Literature, English Department, Fu Jen Catholic University, Taipei, Taiwan

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Experience
  1. 2008-2011 Director, Graduate Institute for Social Research and Cultural Studies, National Chiao Tung University, Hsinchu, Taiwan
  2. 2001-2006 Director, Center for Emergent Cultural Studies, National Chiao Tung University, Hsinchu, Taiwan http://www.cecs.nctu.edu.tw/
  3. 2005 Visiting Professor, IEAS, Charles University, Prague
  4. 2002-Present Professor, Graduate Institute for Social Research and Cultural Studies, National Chiao Tung University, Hsinchu, Taiwan
  5. 2002-2004 Director, Graduate Institute for Social Research and Cultural Studies, National Chiao Tung University, Hsinchu, Taiwan
  6. 2001-2002 Professor, Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures, National Chiao Tung University, Hsinchu, Taiwan
  7. 2000-2002 President, Cultural Studies Association in Taiwan
  8. 1994-2001 Professor, Graduate Institute of Comparative Literature, Fu Jen Catholic University
  9. 1994-1999 Director, Graduate Institute of Comparative Literature, Fu Jen Catholic University, Taipei, Taiwan
  10. 1993-1994 Fulbright-Hays Fund Visiting Scholar, Comparative Literature, Harvard University, Cambridge
  11. 1988-1993 Chair, English Department, Fu Jen Catholic University, Taipei, Taiwan
  12. 1984-1994 Associate Professor, English Department, Fu Jen Catholic University, Taipei, Taiwan

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Principal Fields

Comparative Literature and Cultural Studies Questions of Modernity in East Asia Taiwan Literature and Culture Critical Theories on Politics, Aesthetics and Ethics (Freud, Marx, Lacan, Kristeva, Bataille, Heidegger, Foucault, Althusser, Badiou, Rancière, Balibar, Nancy, Agamben) Visual Culture and Inter-art Studies

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Publications

Books (Author)

  1. The Perverted Heart: The Psychic Forms of Modernity. Taipei: Ryefield Publisher, 2004. 368ps.
  2. Literature and Film: Image, Reality and Cultural Criticism. Taipei: 2003. 161 ps.
  3. Orphan, Goddess, and the Writing of the Negative: The Performance of Our Symptoms. Taipei: Lixu Publisher, 2000. 470ps.
  4. Eight Essays on Literature and the Other Arts: Intertextuality, Counterpoint and Cultural Interpretation. Taipei: San Ming Books Publisher, 1994. 193ps.

Books (Editor)

  1. Visual Theories and Cultural Studies. d. Joyce Chi-Hui Liu. Taipei: Chung Wai Publisher, 2002.
  2. The Realms of the Other: Cultural Identities and Politics of Representation. Ed. Joyce Chi-Hui Liu. Taipei: Ryefield Publisher, 2000.
  3. China as Sign, Taiwan as Icon. Ed. Joyce Chi-hui Liu. Taipei: Chungwai Wenxue, 2000.
  4. Writing Taiwan. Eds. Chou Yingxung & Liu Chi-Hui Joyce. Taipei: Ryefield Publisher, 2000.
  5. Inter-Frames: Word-Image-Music and the Semiotic Boundaries. Ed. Joyce Chi-Hui Liu. Taipei: Lixu Publisher. 475ps.

Translations into Chinese

  1. “Milky Way.” by Kaja Silverman. chungwai wenxue. 30.12 (2002.5): 25-53.
  2. An Introductory Dictionary Of Lacanian Psychoanalysis by Dylan Evans. co-translated with Chaoyang Liao, Zonghui Huang, Zhuojun Gong. Taipei: Juliu Publisher. 2009.
  3. La Mesentente. Politique et philosophie. by Jacque Ranciere. co-translated with Shufen Lin, Kelun Chen, Xiping Xue. Taipei: Maitian Publisher, 2010.

Book and Journal Articles

  1. “Force of Psyche: Electricity or Void? -- Re-examination of the hermeneutics of the force of psyche in late Qing China.” Concentric: Literary and Cultural Studies. 35.2 (2009. 10): In print.
  2. “The Translation of Ethics and the Question of Subjectivation: The Case of Wang Guowei.” Router: A Journal of Cultural Studies. 8(2009.6): 7-58.
  3. “Immanentism, Double-abjection and the Politics of Psyche in (Post) Colonial Taiwan,” Positions: east asia cultures critique. Volume 17 Issue 2 (2009 Fall): 261-288.
  4. “Art-Politics-Subjectivity: Whose Voice is it?—On the Political Statement of the Art during the Post-Martial Law vs. Post ‘68,” Taiwan Meishu Qikan (Taiwan Art Journal), Issue 70 (2007.10): 4-21. (Chinese)
  5. “Logics of Ethos and the translations of Unheimlich: Wu Tianzhang and the Post-Martial Law Era in Taiwan,” under translation online journal, European Institute for Progressive Cultural Policies, November 2007. http://eipcp.net/transversal/1107| transversal - eipcp multilingual webjournal ISSN 1811 – 1696 (English)
  6. “Psyche Governmentality and the Biological Ethical Subject: the Case of Du Yaquan of Dongfang Magazine 1911-1923,” Chungguo Wenzhe Yanjiu Jikan. 29 (2006.9): 85-121. Taipei: Academia Sinica.(Chinese)
  7. “The Importance of Being Perverse: China/Taiwan 1931-1937.” David Der-wei Wang and Carlos Rojas, eds., Writing Taiwan: A New Literary History (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2006): 93-112. (English)
  8. “Death Drive or the Force of Unbinding: on Julia Kristeva’s concept of Ethics and the Political,” Router: A Journal of Cultural Studies, 2006. 85-127. (Chinese)
  9. “The Visible and the Invisible of the Decadent Consciousness: Revisiting the Progressive View and its Negative in the 1930s in Taiwan,” Chungwai Wenxue Literary Monthly Vol.34 No.03 (2005.8): 17-46. (Chinese)
  10. “The Gaze of Revolt: Historic Iconography Perverted.” in Cultural Dilemmas during Transitions: East Central Europe versus Taiwan Conference Warsaw 2000. Eds:Ying-hsiung Chou, et al. LIT Verlag Munster, 2004. 164-200. (English)
  11. “The Translation of the Heart: the Discourse of Organism in Early Modern China and Taiwan,” in Literature and Transmission. Hualian: Dunghua University Press, 2004. 581-610. (Chinese)
  12. “From Difference to Identity: The Reconstruction of the Heart of the Taiwanese Imperial Subject under the Japanese Colonial Period,” pdfThe Academic Journal of Taiwanese Literature, Taipei: Zhengzhi University Press, No. 5 (2004.6): 49-83. (Chinese)
  13. “Modernity and the National Form: The Visual Discrepancy between the Decadent and the Futurist Illustrations in the Leftist Progressive Journals of the 1920’s in China,” Visual Interpretation and Cultural Composition of Modern China since 1600. Taipei: Academia Sinica, 2004. 359-393. (Chinese)
  14. “The Abject of the Cultural Subject: On the Splitting Subject in Language and the Concept of Cultural Phobia in Kristeva’s Powers of Horror.” Introduction to the Chinese translation of Julia Kristeva’s Powers of Horror. Taipei: Laurel Publisher, 2003. (Chinese)
  15. “Filmic Transposition of the Roses: Stanley Kwan’s Feminine Response to Eileen Chang’s Women,” English version. Feminism/Femininity in Chinese Literature. Ed. By Peng-hsiang Chen & Whitney Crothers Dilley. Amsterdam, New York: Rodopi, 2002. 145-158. (English)
  16. “The Visual System in Cultural Studies,” Chungwai Wenxue Literary Monthly (2002.5): 12-23. (Chinese)
  17. “The Visual Interpretation of Modernity: On Chen Chieh-jen’s Images of Historical Moments,” Chungwai Wenxue Literary Monthly (2002.2): 45-82. (Chinese)
  18. “Return of the Repressed: The Reception of Psychoanalytic Discourse in China and Taiwan.” Journal of Modern Chinese Literature in Chinese (JMLC). Hong Kong: Lingnan University. Vol. 4, No. 2 (2001): 31-61. (Chinese)
  19. “The Fascist Drive and the Symptoms of Paranoia in the Filmic and other Cultural Texts in China in the 1930s.” Chungguo Wenzhe Yanjiu Jikan. Vol. 16. Taipei: Academia Sinica, 2000. 95-149. (Chinese)
  20. “Lin Yaode and the Post-modern Turn in Taiwan Literary History Discourse,” pdfCulture, Identity and Social Transformation: The 50 Years of the Post-War Taiwan Literary History. Taipei: Wenjianhui, 2000. 197-244. (Chinese)
  21. “China as Sign, Taiwan as Icon: An Introduction.” China as Sign, Taiwan as Icon. Ed. Joyce Chi-hui Liu. Taipei: Chungwai Wenxue, 2000. 17-25. (Chinese)
  22. “The Abject and the Purgation in the Early Taiwanese Avant-Garde Movement in 1930s.” Writing Taiwan. Eds. Chou Yingxung & Joyce Chi-Hui Liu. Taipei: Ryefield Publisher, 2000. (Chinese)
  23. “Inter-Frames: Interpretive Space of the Inter-art Studies.” Inter-Frames: Word-Image-Music and the Semiotic Boundaries. Ed. Joyce Chi-Hui Liu. Taipei: Lixu Publisher, 1999. 5-23. (Chinese)
  24. “The Japanese Sources of the Taiwanese Surrealist Movement from 1930s to 1960s.” Proceedings of the 1st Conference on East Asian Comparative Literature. Korea: Seoul University, 1998. 19-45。 (English)
  25. “The Religious Icons and the Culture of the Goddess in Contemporary Taiwan Dance Theater.” Fu Jen Studies. 1998: 30-49. (English)
  26. “Rupture and Continuation: Performance of Cultural Memories in Contemporary Taiwan Theatre.” Identity, Difference, and Subjectivity. Taipei: New Century Publisher, 1997. (Chinese)
  27. "Re-Staging Cultural Memory in Contemporary Theatre in Taiwan: Wang Qimei, Stanley Lai, and Lin Huaimin." East Asian Cultural and Historical Perspectives: History and Society, Culture and Literature. Ed. By Steven Totosy de Zepetnek and Jennifer W. Jay. Alberta, Canada: Research Institute for Comparative Literature and Cross-Cultural Studies, University of Alberta, 1997. 267-78. (English)
  28. “Inter-art Intertextuality and the Feminine Space: From Meta-cinema to the Relativism in Rozema’s Film.” Special Issue on Canadian Literature and Film. Ed. Chi-Wen Liu. Taipei: Chung-wai Wen-hsie. Vol. 25, Issue 12, 1996. 52-81. (Chinese)
  29. "Palace Museum vs. Surrealist Collage: Two Modes of Cultural Identity Construction in Modern Taiwanese Ekphrastic Poetry." Chung-wai Wen-hsie. December 1996, Vol. 25, issue 7, 66-96. (Chinese)
  30. "A Different Rose Story: The Filmic Subversive Strategies in Red Rose/White Rose." Chinese Cinema: History, Culture and Representation. Taipei: Chinese Film Archive, 1996. 125-141. (Chinese)
  31. "Visual Translation of Surrealism: Reconsidering the Movement of ‘Horizontal Transplantation’ in Taiwanese Modern Poetry." Chung-wai Wen-hsueh. January 1996, Vol. 24, issue 8, 96-125. (Chinese)
  32. "Voices of Difference and the Multiplicity of Subjectivity in Hector Berlioz's Les Troyens." Chung-wai Wen-hsueh. January 1995, Vol. 23, issue 8, No. 272. 141-157. (Chinese)
  33. "The Sense of Time and Narrative Structure in Daniel Deronda and Honglou Meng." MLA Proceedings of ICLA International Conference on Comparative Literature, Tokyo, 1994. Vol. B. 256-263. (English)
  34. "The Passion for the Passion: Mass Communication, Film Industry and Cultural Critique in Godard's Passion." Chung-wai Wen-hsueh. August 1993. 173-203. (Chinese)
  35. "The Doubling of the Stone: The Double Motif and the ‘True Self’ in Xiyou Ji and Honglou Meng." East-West Comparative Literature: Cross-Cultural Discourse. Ed. by Wong, Tak-Wai. Hong Kong: Univ. of Hong Kong, 1992, 102-128. (English)
  36. "Intertextuality, Counterpoint and Cultural Interpretation in Britten’s War Requiem." Proceeding of the Fourth British and American Literature Conference. Taipei, 1992, 223-251. (Chinese)
  37. "The Rivalry, Juxtaposition and Parody between Music and Word in the Romantic Operas." Chung-wai Wen-hsueh, Vol. 21, issue 5, Oct (1992): 6-28. (Chinese)
  38. "Literature, Arts and Western Culture: Another Direction in the Teaching of English and American Literature in Taiwan Universities." Proceeding of English Literature and Language Teaching Conference, Taipei, 1992, 63-88. (Chinese)
  39. "Pregnant Movements in the Past: History and the Narrative in George Eliot's Daniel Deronda." Fu Jen Studies. 23 (1990): 116-35. (English)
  40. "The Dialectics between the Musical Form and the Narrative Structure in Godard's Prenon Carmen." Chung-wai Wen-hsueh. Vol. 19 (1990.5): 4-22. (Chinese)
  41. "The Protest from the Underworld: the Revenge Ghost in Yuan Drama and the Elizabethan Drama." Tamkang Review. Autumn, 1988-Summer, 1989, Vol. XIX, 754-783. (English)
  42. "Journey and Landmark: the Merged Temporal and Spatial Perspectives in Hardy's Jude the Obscure." Fu Jen Studies 1987: 1-18. (English)
  43. "From Loo Port to Taipei: The World of Women in Lee Ang's Works." Fu Jen Studies 1986: 65-88. (English)
  44. "The Theme of Renunciation in the Dream of the Red Chamber, Le Rouge et le Noir and Jude the Obscure." Fu Jen Studies 1984: 1-17. (English)

International Lectures and Conference Papers

  1. 2009──“The count of psyche: The birth of bio-politics and ethico-economic in early modern China,” International Conference of Bio-politics, Ethics and Subjectivation: Questions on Modernity. Hsin Chu. Chiao Tung University. 2009.6.24-28.
  2. 2009──“A Psychoanalytic Approach of Cultural Topology,” Hualian: Donghua University, 2009.5.22.
  3. 2009──“Count as One vs. the Force of Appearance: the Topological Knot of the Political.” Taipei: Taiwan Normal University, 2009.3.30.
  4. 2008── Lecture: “The Appearing and Disappearing City: on the 2008 Taipei Biennial,” Taipei: Taipei Fine Art Museum, 2008.11.22.
  5. 2008── Keynote Speech: “the Logic of Ethos and the Political Space in Ranciere’s Theory of Image,” the 16th Congress of the English and American Literature Association: Literature and Visual Arts, at Yi Lang University, 2008.10.25.
  6. 2008──“The Translation of Ethics and the Question of Subjectivation: The Case of Wang Guowei,” China and its Others: Knowledge Transfer and Representations of China and the West, The University of Manchester, England, Saturday 28th – Sunday 29th June 2008
  7. 2008──“Force of Psyche: Electricity or Void? Re-examination of the Hermeneutics of the Force of Psyche in Late Qing China,” Lacan in Context: Psychoanalysis and the Politics of Memory, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan, 22-24 May 2008
  8. 2008── Lecture:“Where is the spectator? Why is he touched? – a response to Dr. Daniel Widlocher, A Forum on Psychoanalysis and Art, held by the Taiwan Center for the Development of Psychoanalysis and National Taiwan University of the Arts, 2008. 4.25.
  9. 2007──“The Translation of Ethics and the Displacement of Perspectives: On Wang Guowei,” 2007.12.3-4.
  10. 2007──“Visual Logic of Ethos and the Un-heimlich in the Case of Taiwan,” Summer University ?Culture and Politics?, 2 – 8 September, 2007; Chilhac Auvergne, France.
  11. 2007── Lecture: Cultural Studies in the Chinese World. Shanghai University. 2007.6.19-23
  12. 2007──“Logics of Ethos and the translations of Unheimlich: R?e-treating the Political Conditions of Post-Martial Law Taiwan,” Conditions of Knowledge: 207 Inter-Asia Cultural Studies (IACS) Shanghai Conference. June 16-18, 2007.
  13. 2007── Lecture: A dialogue with the poet Chen Li. National Chi Nan University, 2007.5.14.
  14. 2007── Lecture: “On the Political Statement of the Art during the Post-Martial Law vs. Post ’68,” Taizhong: National Taiwan Art Mesuem, 2007.5.13.
  15. 2007── Lecture: “Art, Ethics and Politics: A Theoretical Enquiry,” Tainan National University of the Arts, 2007.4.18.
  16. 2007──“Wu Tianzhang and the Performance of the Unheimlich,” Graduate Program of Drama Department,University of California, Irvine, USA. April 12, 2007.
  17. 2007──“Logic of Ethos vs. the technique of Unheimlich: Visual Politics by Contemporary Taiwanese Artists Of the Post-Martial Law Era” Scenes and Visions: Approaches to 20th-Century Chinese Visual Culture, University of Southern California, Davidson Conference Center, April 6-7, 2007.
  18. 2006──“Psyche Force and its Betrayals: Re-treating Tan Sitong’s Translation of Psyche” LA CHINE ET L’AUTRE : MEDIATIONS CULTURELLES ENTRE LA CHINE ET L’OCCIDENT A L’EPOQUE MODERNE (COLLOQUE INTERNATIONAL) Paris (France), 7 et 8 decembre 2006.
  19. 2006──“Memory, Memorialization, and the Exhibition of Horror: Institutions of Terror and Exclusion,” Pacific Modernities: Museum Culture and Civic Engagement, at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), Los Angeles, organized by the University of California, Irvine, March 10-11, 2006.
  20. 2005── Invited lecture: “Modernist Hegemony Immanent in the 20th Century Chinese Politics: On the Politics of Psyche,” Hanyang University, Soeul, Korea. November 28-29, 2005.
  21. 2005── Invited lecture series: “20th Century Taiwan: Taiwan Identity Problems,” five lectures, IEAS (Institute of East Asian Studies), Charles University, Prague. October 31—November 4,2005. http://fareast.ff.cuni.cz/lectures/speclectures.html#nextlecture
  22. 2005── Conference paper: “The Norm vs. Altered State: Technology of the Psyche and the Syncretism of Modernity,” Comparative Modernisms: Empire, Aesthetics, and History, An International Conference at Tsinghua University, Beijing, China. August 3-6, 2005.
  23. 2005── Conference paper: “Translating the Decadent,” Textual Translation and Cultural Context: China, Japan, and the West since the Late Ming,Aichi University, Japan. July 26-28, 2005.
  24. 2005── Conference paper: “The Altered State: A Biologicalized Phobic Structure,” Polemos, Stasis:An International Symposium, National Chiao Tung University and Paris the 8rd University, Yilan, Taiwan, June 24-27, 2005.
  25. 2004── Conference paper: “The Visible and the Invisible of the Decadent Consciousness: Revisiting the Progressive View and its Negative in the 1930s in Taiwan,” Boudeau University, France, 2-4 November, 2004; Ruhr University Bochum, Germany, 8-9 November 2004.
  26. 2004── Conference paper: “Do You Want to Cleanse Your Heart and Change an Identity? Immanentism and the Psyche Politics in Colonial Taiwan,” The Question of “Asia” In the New Global Order, John Hope Franklin Center, Asian/ Pacific Studies Institute, Asian and African Languages and Literature, Duke University, U.S.A. October 1-2, 2004.
  27. 2004── Invited keynote talk: “Roundtable Discussion: Strange Weather and Glocal Responses,” Some Like It Hot, Others don’t: Embodiment of Glocal Knowledge. The Ninth Quadrennial International Conference on Comparative Literature, Comparative Literature Association of the Republic of China, National Taiwan University, June 18-20, 2004.
  28. 2004── Invited lecture: “The Law of Heart,” Taiwan Normal University, English Department, May 24, 2004.
  29. 2004── Invited curator: “Spellbound Aura—Contemporary Chinese Photography,” Taipei Contemporary Gallery, April 23, 2004.
  30. 2004── Invited lecture: “After Chen Chiehjen: Some reflections on the Images of Trauma,” Graduate Institute of Art, Cheng Gong University, Tainan, January 5, 2004.
  31. 2004── Invited Keynote Speaker: “Globalization in the Localized Context? On Academic Evaluation System,” Cultural Studies, January 4, 2004. Soochow University, Taipei.
  32. 2003── Conference paper: “Translation of the Heart: the Discourse of Organism in Early Modern China and Taiwan,” in The International Conference on Literature and Transmission. Dunghua University, Hualian, November 6-7, 2003.
  33. 2003── Invited lecture: “Cultural Studies and Cultural Theories: on the design of two courses,” Donghua University, November 7, 2003.
  34. 2003── Conference paper: “From Difference to Identity: The Reconstruction of the Heart of the Taiwanese Imperial Subject under the Japanese Colonial Period,” Conference on the Re-reading of the Twentieth Century Taiwan Male Writers,” Chengchi University, Taipei, October 18-19, 2003.
  35. 2003── Invited Lecture: “Taiwan Literature and Culture: Faces of Modernity,” Workshop for General Education, Chiao Tung University, August 18-22, 2003.
  36. 2002── Invited keynote: “Psychoanalysis—a challenge to the disciplinary boundaries for the humanities,” Conference on the Cultural Turn, Tsing Hua University, January 9, 2002.
  37. 2001── Conference paper: “Modernity and the National Form: The Visual Discrepancy between the Decadent and the Futurist Illustrations in the Leftist Progressive Journals of the 1920’s in China,” presented respectively at Conference on Visual Interpretation and Cultural Composition of Modern China since 1600. May 31, 2001, Academia Sinica, Taipei; Association of Chinese & Comparative Literature Biennial Conference, June 15-17, 2001. Shanghai, China.
  38. 2001── Conference paper: “Return of the Repressed: The Reception of Psychoanalytic Discourse in China and Taiwan,” Conference on Modernism and Taiwan Literature, Chengchi University, June 2-3, 2001. Taipei.
  39. 2001── Keynote Paper: “Iconography of Trauma and the Dismemberment of History: On the Modernity Project by Chen Chieh-jen,” 25th Congress of Comparative Literature Association, Chinan, Taiwan. May 19-20, 2001.
  40. 2001── Conference paper: “Cultural Studies and Taiwan Condition,” Conference on the Shift from Literary Studies to Cultural Studies, NSC, May 8, 2001.
  41. 2000── Invited Keynote: “Reflections on English Studies in Taiwan,” Associations of English and American Literature, Academia Sinica, Taipei. December 30-31, 2000.
  42. 2000── Conference paper: “The Gaze of Revolt: Chen Chieh-Jen’s historical images and his aesthetic of horror.” Cultural Dilemmas during Transitions Warsaw. Institute Of Literary Research, Institute Of Philosophy and Socioloty, Polish Academy Of Sciences, Warsaw; National Science Council, Taipei. October 15-17, 2000.
  43. 2000── Invited Keynote: “On the Disciplinary Position and the Problematics of Comparative Literature,” 24th Congress of Comparative Literature Association, May 20-21, 2000.
  44. 2000── Conference paper: "China as the Sign of Difference in Contemporary Taiwanese Artistic and Literary Texts." Diasporas of Mind / Dilemmas of Culture / Diverging Identities: New Directions in Contemporary Chinese Cultural Studies, Centre for the Study of Democracy, University of Wesminster, 21-23 January 2000.
  45. 1999── Conference paper: “The Sign of China in Taiwan Cultural Field,” Conference of China as Sign and Taiwan as Icon, Fu Jen University, Taipei. December 17-18, 1999.
  46. 1999── Conference paper: “Lin Yaode Phenomenon and The Post-modern Turn of Taiwan Literary History,” International Conference on Culture, Identity and Social Transformation: The 50 Years of the Post-War Taiwan Literary History. November 12-14, 1999. Taiwan University, Taipei.
  47. 1999── Conference paper: ““The Importance of Being Perverse: Schizoanalysis and the Taiwanese Perverse Poetics 1931-1937,” Chinese Literary Culture in the Age of Globalization: Inter-Continental Perspectives, held by the American Association of Chinese Comparative Literature and Vienna University. Vienna, June 1999.
  48. 1998── Conference paper: “The Abject and the Purgation in the Early Taiwanese Avant-Garde Movement in 1930s.” International Conference on Taiwan Literature, Columbia University, New York. April 29—May 2, 1998.
  49. 1997── Paper: “On Chen Li’s Hualian Imaginary and the Writing at the Margins,” Conference on Hualian Literature, Hualian Culture Center. December 1997.
  50. 1997── Conference paper: “The Religious Icon and the Goddess in Taiwan Contemporary Dance Theatre,” International Conference on Theatre and Religion. Fu Jen Univeristy, Taipei. October 17-19, 1997.
  51. 1997── Conference paper: “Techniques of Distortion by Ellipsis: Silenced and Dismembered Memories in Modern Taiwanese Surrealist Literature,” XVth Congress of the International Comparative Literature Association Leiden, August 16-22, 1997.
  52. 1997── Conference paper: “The Japanese Sources of the Taiwanese Surrealist Movement from 1930s to 1960s.” The 1st Conference on East Asian Comparative Literature. Seoul University, Korea, June 20-21, 1997.
  53. 1996── Conference paper: “The Hybridized Identities on Contemporary Taiwanese Theatrical Stage: Wang Qimei, Stanley Lai, and Lin Huaimin,” ASPAC 1996/A Regional Conference of Asian Studies on the Pacific Coast, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. June 21-23, 1996.
  54. 1996── Conference paper: “The Gaze and the Glance: Two Modes of Identity Construction in Modern Taiwanese Ekphrasis Poetry,” International Conference on Global/Local: Cross-Cultural Studies, Taiwan Normal University, Taipei. June 8-9, 1996.
  55. 1996── Conference paper: “Palace Museum vs. Surrealist Collage: Two Modes of Representation in Modern Taiwanese Ekphrasis Poetry,” AACCL, the Fifth Congress of the American Association of Chinese Comparative Literature, University of Georgia, April 19-21, 1996.
  56. 1995── Conference paper: “Different Stories of the Roses: Stanley Kwan’s Filmic Transposition of the Roses,” International Conference on Chinese Cinema: History, Culture and Representation, Chinese Cinema Archive Research Center, Taipei, September 10-16, 1995.
  57. 1995── Conference paper: “Filmic Transpositions in Cocteau, Godard and Greenaway,” International Conference on Interart Studies: New Perspectives. May 15-19, 1995. Lunde University, Sweden.
  58. 1994── Conference paper: “Voices of Difference and the Multiplicity of Subjectivity in Hector Berlioz's Les Troyens,” Conference on Woman, Image, Text. held by SUNY at Binghamton, New York, April 14-15 1994.
  59. 1993── Paper: “The Passion for the Passion: Mass Communication, Film Industry and Cultural Critique, the 17th Congress of Comparative Literature Association, Sun Yetsun University, Kaoshung, May 1993.
  60. 1991── Conference paper: “Intertextuality, Counterpoint and Cultural Interpretation in Britten’s War Requiem,” the 4th Congress of the English and American Literature Association, Taiwan University, Taipei, October 1991.
  61. 1991── Conference paper: “Trajectory versus Orbit: The Temporal Armature in Daniel Deronda and Hung-lou Meng,” ICLA Thirteenth International Congress. Tokyo, Japan. Aug. 1991.
  62. 1991── Conference paper: “The Teaching of Comparative Literature in Taiwan,” The Fifteenth Annual Conference of the Comparative Literature Association of the Republic of China. Fu Jen University. April 12, 1991.
  63. 1990── Conference paper: “The Dialectics Between the Musical Form and the Narrative Structure in Godard's Prenon Carmen,” The Third Congress of CCLA and International Symposium, China, July 1990.
  64. 1989── Conference paper: “The Duplication of the Femininity: the Duality in the Cultural Symbols Under the Pen of Male Writers,” 13th Congress of the Comparative Literature Association, April 1989, Chongxing University, Taichong.
  65. 1988── Conference paper: "The Doubling of the Stone: The Motif of Double and the True Self in Hsi-yu Chi and Hung-lou Meng." East Meets West: Comparative Literature Strategies for the 90s, held by Hong Kong Chinese University in Hong Kong,

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