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February 02, 2011

Symposium in Honor of Shuen-fu Lin

Symposium in Honor of Shuen-fu Lin
Professor of Chinese Literature
U-M Department of Asian Languages and Cultures

Friday, February 11, 2011
4:00 P.M. Room 2022 South Thayer Building (2nd Floor)

Moderator: Donald Lopez

Presenters:

Xinda Lian, Professor of Chinese, Denison University
"To Act by Not Acting: Spontaneity or Ziran as an Art of Life"

Gang Liu, Assistant Teaching Professor, Carnegie Mellon University
"The Poetics of Birds and Makeups: Artifices and Symbolism in Wen Tingyun’s Fourteen Pusaman"

Benjamin Ridgway, Assistant Professor of Chinese Studies, Valparaiso University
"East Slope and the Fisherman's Coat: Performance and Local Identity in the Huangzhou Song Lyrics of Su Shi (1037-1101)"

Brook Ziporyn, Associate Professor of Religious Studies, Northwestern University
"Stomach Versus Eye: Laozi and Zhuangzi on Life, Knowledge, and the Life of Knowledge"

Shuen-fu Lin will provide his comments after all of the presentations are given.

A reception will follow the symposium.

Please join us.

Posted by zzhu at February 2, 2011 03:10 PM