Conference on Chinese Drama

Jun 5, 2017 by

It’s our pleasure to post the announcement of this exciting conference that will take place three days from now on the OSU campus.  If the conference’s theme or any individual papers are of interest to you, we hope you will attend the conference or request information from the conference organizers Patricia Sieber and Regina Llamas or from individual presenters. The...

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JCLC 4.1 available via Project MUSE and Duke University Journals Online.

May 17, 2017 by

Click here for JCLC 4.1 on Project MUSE (subscription needed), or here for all articles on Duke University Journals Online (subscription needed). For details, please visit Current Issue....

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JCLC 3.2 available via Project MUSE and Duke University Journals Online.

Mar 27, 2017 by

Click here for JCLC 3.2 on Project MUSE (subscription needed), or here for all articles on Duke University Journals Online (subscription needed). For details, please visit Current...

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Forthcoming Book on Chinese Poetic Culture

Mar 7, 2017 by

We are very pleased to announce that How to Read Chinese Poetry: Poetic Culture from Antiquity through the Tang has gone through peer review and is now in production at Columbia University Press. This book is the final product of the inaugural conference of our forum. It is also the last of the Columbia UP “triology” on how to read Chinese poetry. It is...

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Happy Lunar New Year!

Jan 25, 2017 by

Best wishes from the FCPC and JCLC editorial team to all forum members, friends, and colleagues for a Happy New Year of the Rooster! Thanks to Dr. Jin Xi for providing this beautiful greeting card....

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Jonathan Chaves’s New Book

Oct 5, 2016 by

WEN TONG (1019-1079) is considered the supreme master of bamboo painting in the history of Chinese art. According to his friend and admirer, Su Shi (Dongpo), the greatest poet of the Song Dynasty (960-1279), “When Wen Tong painted bamboo, he himself became bamboo!” Wen was a poet as well, and perhaps because of his fame as a painter, his poetry has...

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