"The Case of the Awful Case Study: Modeling Gender Equity in Research"
Taking Gender Studies Research Seriously in Higher Education – An Interactive Forum between Students, Academics and Senior Management at HKU
The University of Hong Kong, 11/F, Cheung Yu Tong Tower
"US/Pacific Poets Confronting US Empire"
with Brenda Shaughnessy, Laurence Minh-Bùi Davis, Lehua Taitano, and Lyz Soto. Moderator and panelist.
Friday, February 10, 1:30-2:45PM
Marquis Salon 12 & 13, Marriot Marquis, Meeting Level Two
"The International Writer-Teacher"
with Xu Xi, Patty Paine, Jane Lewty, and Raphael Dagold.
Saturday, February 11, 9:00-10:15AM
Liberty Salon L, Marriot Marquis, Meeting Level Four
“Wish Lanterns in the Umbrella City: A Conversation with Alec Ash”
with Johnson Chan Man Long, Sydney Wang Jingtian, Claire Xu Daozhi, and Alec Ash. Moderator.
Wednesday November 9, 5:30-7:00PM
Room 4.34, 4th Floor, Run Run Shaw Tower, Centennial Campus, HKU
Crossing Boundaries I: Four Masters Read Excerpts from their Works
with Cole Swensen, Desmond Kon Zhicheng-Mingdé and Nancy Perloff
Sunday November 6, 8:30-9:30PM; The Arts House, Gallery II
“Ava DuVernay’s 13th and Black Lives Matter”
Screening and panel discussion with Liana Johnson, Lori Granito, and Steven Gauntley, moderated by Keisha Siriboe.
Saturday October 15, 7:15PM
Room P4, Wang Gungwu Theatre, Graduate House, No. 3 University Drive, HKU
Spring 2016 Literary Reading Series
Thursday May 5, 7:00-8:30PM
NYU Shanghai, 1555 Century Ave (near Pudian Lu), Pudong
A reading and discussion with Hon Lai-chu (Hong Kong fiction writer) and Andrea Lingenfelter (US poet and translator of Hon Lai-chu’s The Kite Family)
“Architecture: The Search for a New Vernacular in the Age of Displacement”
Roundtable discussion (moderator)
The Hong Kong House of Literature, Wan Chai
Johannes Goransson (SE)
David Jhave Johnston (HK)
James Shea (US)
Kim Simonsen (FO)
Tang Siu Wa (HK)
"The Poetic Past: Crafting Poems Through Historical Material" with Campbell McGrath, Bettina Judd, Linwood Rumney, and John Drury.
Room 515 B, LA Convention Center, Meeting Room Level
Contemporary poetry is filled with work that explores historical material. Reflecting on the importance of this tradition, this panel offers insights into writing strategies, research practices, and professional opportunities for such work. What is the poet’s responsibility to historical accuracy and representing historical figures? What kind of research is done in crafting such poems? What strategies can poets use to write about and through historical material?
A reading and discussion with poets Grant Hier, Allison Benis White, and Lorene Delaney-Ullman.
@The Dennis and Leslie Power Library, Laguna College of Art & Design
2222 Laguna Canyon Rd., Laguna Beach, CA 92651
A reading with the the International Writers Workshop 2015 visiting poets: Mariko Nagai (Japan), Oumar Farouk Sesay (Sierra Leone), Alecia McKenzie (Jamaica), and Bidisha (UK), and local poets Tammy Ho, David McKirdy, Kate Rogers, James Shea, and Nicholas Wong.
iCafé, Shaw Campus, Hong Kong Baptist University
“Collaborative Poetry and Poetics,” with Lawrence Ypil, David Perry and Ravi Shankar, moderated by Isabela Banzon
UP Diliman, Manila, Philippines