ICS Graduate Forum (2015): Global and Transnational Experiences
Welcome to the Institute for Chinese Studies' fifth year of hosting the ICS Graduate Forum! No registration is required, and everyone is welcome!
Presenting at this year's ICS Graduate Forum are graduate students from four departments and one school across The Ohio State University campus, namely: Department of Comparative Studies, Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures, Department of History of Art, and Department of Linguistics, plus the School of Music. See the Program Flyer or the program schedule below. Join us on March 10 for an exciting program!
Unless stated otherwise, all presentations are 20 minutes in length
(15 minutes presentation + 5 minutes Q&A)
5:30 - 5:40 pm Refreshments (pizza & beverages)
Welcoming remarks by Professor Mark Bender, Chair, Dept. of E. Asian Languages & Literatures
5:40 - 6:50 pm Session 1. Chinese Rap and Minority Texts
Chair: Professor Mark Bender, Dept. of East Asian Languages and Literatures (DEALL)
- Fan, Yu (Claire). (Ethnomusicology, School of Music). Chinese Rap Music: Exploring Chinese Urban Youth Identity.
- Fitzgerald, Kati. (Department of Comparative Studies). Historicizing Scripts of Tibetan Opera: Bibliographic Significance of the Biography of Nangsa Ohbum.
- Shao, Wenyuan. (DEALL). The Making of Second Mother Tongue in Aku Wuwu’s Micro-Blog Fragments on Latbbu Oprro.” [25 min. + 5 min. Q&A]
7:00 - 8:00 pm Session 2. The World of Art
Chair: Professor Julia Andrews, Department of History of Art
- Shi, Jia. (DEALL). The Female Body as a Site of Urban Struggle: On Chen Qiulin’s Early Art.
- Salvador, Maria. (Department of History of Art). Chinese Art Exhibitions in Spain, 1939-1990: Discovering a Chronology.
- Zhang, Yanzhuang. (Department of History of Art). Exotic or Local: Visual Arts Constructed in the First Park of Guangzhou (1918-1938).
8:10 - 9:10 pm Session 3. Chinese Dialects and Youth Identity
Chair: Professor Ok Joo Lee, Ewha Womens University
- Lin, Yuhan. (Department of Linguistics). Comparing Xiamen and Taiwan Mandarin: A Case Study of Sibilants.
- Fu, Haiyan. (DEALL). Deviant Chinese Characters on the Internet.
- Tsui, Tsz-Him. (Department of Linguistics) and Marjorie K.M. Chan (DEALL). Cantonese Hip-Hop Songs and Their Linguistic Devices for Identity Formation.
Closing remarks by Professor Marjorie Chan, Director, Institute for Chinese Studies (ICS)
Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures (DEALL)
Department of History of Art
Graduate Association of Chinese Linguistics (GACL)
Attachment: Program Flyer
Note: The ICS Graduate Forums provide graduate students with an opportunity to present their research findings to their peers and to faculty members at OSU and neighboring institutions.