Cross-cultural encounters in modern and premodern China : global networks, mediation, and intertextuality / Kelly Kar Yue Chan, Chi Sum Garfield Lau, editors.

This book presents an essential contribution to approaches in the studies of film, literature, performance, translation, and other art forms within the Chinese cultural tradition, examining East-West cultural exchange and providing related intertextual dialogue. The assessment of cultural exchange i...

Full description

Saved in:
Bibliographic Details
Online Access: Full Text (via Springer)
Other Authors: Chan, Kelly Kar Yue (Editor), Lau, Chi Sum Garfield (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: Singapore : Springer, [2022]
Series:Chinese culture (Springer (Firm)) ; v. 3.
Table of Contents:
  • Part 1: Reinvention of Tradition
  • Chapter 1: Why must the Classics be "Confucian"? Some Reflections on Reading the "Confucian" Classics in the Contemporary World
  • Chapter 2: A Strategic Universalism: An Interpretation of Chinese Cultural Conservatism through a Case Study of the Xueheng School
  • Chapter 3: Yijings Evolution in Northern Europe: Gender Roles in the First Scandinavian Translations of the Book of Changes
  • Part 2: Media and Mediation
  • Chapter 4: The Prince is Going Astray in His Dream: Assonance or Dissonance in Adapting Shakespearean Plays to Cantonese Opera
  • Chapter 5: Romantic Love, Self-Exaltation, and Social Rebellion: The Influence of Goethes Werther on Chinese Epistolary Novels in the 1920s and 1930s
  • Chapter 6: At the Junction of Desire and Obligation: Analyzing Stefan Zweigs Letter from an Unknown Woman and its Two Adaptations
  • Chapter 7: Translating Western Girlhood: Laura M. Whites Chinese Translations of Sara Crewe (1888)
  • Part 3: Globality and Modernity
  • Chapter 8: Approaching the Cultural Identity of Multimedia Performance in Taiwan Launching from the Reflection on Confucian Notions of Qi
  • Chapter 9: The East-West Interstices of Third Space: Charting Hong Kong as a Kaleidoscope of Heterotopic Narratives
  • Chapter 10: Multidirectional Exchange: Mapping the Emergence of the Silk Road Idea as a Global Cultural Imaginary.