College of Humanities
Dec 1, 2020 Author
Professor Liang Luo received her PhD in East Asian Languages and Civilizations from Harvard University, her MA in Comparative Literature and World Literature from Beijing Normal University, and her BA in Chinese Language and Literature from Beijing Normal University. She is tenured Associate Professor at the University of Kentucky, and currently serves as a Distinguished Professor at Tianjin Normal University. She has taught at Harvard University, Brandies University, University of Michigan, and has conducted research at Tokyo University, Stockholm University, Stanford University Ewha Womans University, Fudan University, Australian National University among other locations. She is the author of The Avant-Garde and the Popular in Modern China(University of Michigan Press, 2014) and The Global White Snake(University of Michigan Press, 2021).
东京大学、斯德哥尔摩大学、斯坦福大学、梨花女子大学、复旦大学、澳大利亚国立大学等地访问研究。著有英 The文专著 Avant-Garde- and the Popular in Modern China(密歇根大学出版社,2014年)及 The Global White Snake(密歇根大学出版社,2021年)
Taking the multidirectional interactions among Chinese avant-gardist Tian Han, Dutch documentary filmmaker Joris Ivens and American artist and activist Paul Robeson from the 1930s to the 1950s as its entry point, this lecture presents a first attempt at exploring the profound connections between the international avant-garde and modern China.
Location: no.2699 qianjin street, chaoyang district, changchun city, jilin province, china