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Worlding Hong Kong Literature: Dung Kai-cheung’s Atlas

June 13, 2018 - 15:15-17:00

Heidi Yu Huang (PhD Lyon), Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou, speaks on the topic “Worlding Hong Kong Literature: Dung Kai-cheung’s Atlas”. Huang will discuss the concept of “worlding” spatially and temporally, but also the origin and purpose of the city-making narrative in Dung Kai-cheung’s half-fictional, half-historical novel Atlas: The Archaeology of An Imaginary City.

The lecture is a part of the Bernhard Karlgren Seminar Series at the University of Gothenburg. Geographically the seminars revolve around China and Chinese traditions, but with a pronounced interest in the larger methodological and theoretical questions that Sinology shares with the Humanities. The invited scholars present their works-in-progess: cutting-edge research in the intersections of Sinology and Anthropology, Archaeology, Comparative Literature, Linguistics, Religious Studies, and Translation Theory. Lectures and seminars are usually filmed and can be found online.

More information on the Bernhard Karlgren Seminar Series.

Worlding Hong Kong Literature: Dung Kai-cheung’s Atlas

Details

Date:
June 13, 2018
Time:
15:15-17:00

Organizer

Bernhard Karlgren Seminar Series, Department of Languages and Literatures, University of Gothenburg

Venue

Room H525, Faculty of Humanities, University of Gothenburg