AAS 2018 Annual Conference

March 22-25 | Washington, D.C.

Marriott Wardman Park Hotel

Deadline for Receipt of All Proposals is August 8, 2017.

Deadline to submit post for this forum is July 31, 2017

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Transformations of love and desire in Late Imperial Chinese Literature
Last Post 08 Aug 2017 03:56 AM by Chenlin Kao. 1 Replies.
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21 Jul 2017 05:02 PM
    Panel: Transformations of love and desire in Late Imperial Chinese Literature

    Late imperial China are awash with stories of transformation. Transformation of the female into corpse, of corpse into deathbringers of desires, of money transforming into man, of pathological condition into a romantic image. This panel aims to present the fascinating excitement of transformation which enthralls the contemporary and modern readers alike and to discuss the challenges and difficulties such efforts of transformation may encounter.

    We warmly welcome 1-2 panelist to join our panel and enliven our discussion.
    If you are interested in our panel, please send a C.V. and your abstract to lingr@clemson.edu at your earliest convenience.

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    08 Aug 2017 03:56 AM
    Hi Ling:
    I have a paper discussing Fiction and Reality in the Works of Female Playwrights of the Ming and Qing Dynasties, whether using elements of their own lives as source material, or adapting the work of their male counterparts, they developed roles and plots which reflected their true feelings and aspirations.Is my paper fit in your panel? Thank you very much!
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