2016/12/9(Fri)_NCTU's 2016 Symposium on Graphic Narratives

  • 2016-11-04
  • Chin-Wen Huang

由交通大學外文系、文化研究國際中心及亞裔美國中心共同合辦之NCTU’s 2016 Symposium on Graphic Narratives


NCTU's 2016 Symposium on Graphic Narratives

Presenters/ (In alphabetical order)
Zhuli Chang (National Cheng Kung University)
Monica Elizabeth Chiu (University of New Hampshire)
Shilpa S Davé (University of Virginia)
Rocío G. Davis (Universidad de Navarra)
Earl Jackson, Jr. (National Chiao Tung University)
Eleanor Rose Ty (Wilfrid Laurier University)         

Moderators/ (In alphabetical order)
Pin-chia Feng (National Chiao Tung University)
Yu-cheng Lee (Academia Sinica)
Te-hsing Shan (Academia Sinica)
Shin Yamamoto (Yokkaichi University)                  

Time/ FRIDAY, December 9th 
Venue/ FR326 (Humanities Building 2, NCTU)

Free Registration (before December 2nd)

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08:30-09:00 REGISTRATION  
09:00-10:20 Section1 Moderator: Te-hsing Shan

Eleanor Rose Ty"Shoplifter": Michael Cho's Asian fail

Rocio G. DavísAdolescence and the Representation of Emotions in This One Summer and Anda’s Game

10:20-10:40 TEA BREAK  
10:40-12:00 Section2             Moderator: Yu-chen Lee
Monica Elizabeth ChiuWho Needs a Chinese American Superhero? Gene Yang and Sonny Liew’s The Shadow Hero as Asian American Historiography

Shilpa S. DavéMs. Marvel at the Racial Crossroads: South Asians, Superheroes, and the question of Inhumanity and Normalcy

12:00-13:30 LUNCH BREAK  
13:30-14:50 Section3 Moderator: Shin Yamamoto
Zhuli ChangThe Seriality of Atomic Bomb Manga: Repetition, the Political, and Barefoot Gen

Earl Jackson, Jr.Metaphoric Subjectivity in Homunculus and MPD Psycho Detective

15:00-16:00 Roundtable Discussion Moderator: Pin-chia Feng
Zhuli ChangMonica Elizabeth ChiuShilpa S. Davé
Rocío G. DavisEarl Jackson, Jr.Eleanor Rose Ty(In alphabetical order)

Sponsored by:   
International Institute for Cultural Studies, University of System of Taiwan
Asian American Studies Center of NCTU
Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures, NCTU
Ministry of Science and Technology

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