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Dr. SONG Geng 宋耕博士

Translation Programme

Associate Professor, Programme Director of MAT & UG Programme Coordinator of TR

BA (Beijing Foreign Studies University), PhD (HK)

852-39177923

852-28581334

Rm 806, Run Run Shaw Tower, Centennial Campus, HKU

Chinese television, Gender and Sexuality, Masculinities in East Asia, Translation and cross-cultural studies

日期 標題

2023

“The Overbearing CEO: Cinderella Fantasy and Chinese-style Neoliberal Femininity,“ Modern Chinese Literature and Culture, forthcoming.

2022

“ ‘Little Fresh Meat’: The Politics of Sissiness and Sissyphobia in Contemporary China,” Men and Masculinities 25(1):68-86.

2022

“The Afterlife of the Tang Monk: Buddhist Masculinity and Transformations of the Image of Xuanzang in East Asia,” Nan Nü: Men, Women and Gender in China 24(2).

2019

“Masculinizing Jianghu Spaces in the Past and Present: Homosociality, Nationalism and Chineseness,” Nan Nü: Men, Women and Gender in China 21(1): 107–29.

2017

“Consuming the Anti-Japanese War on the TV Screen in China: State Ideology, Market and Audience,” Journal of Oriental Studies 49(2): 1–22. 

2017

“Masculinity and Aspiring Consumption: A Reception Study of Men’s Lifestyle Magazines in Contemporary China,” East Asian Journal of Popular Culture 3 (1): 39–58. Co-author with Tracy K. Lee.

2012

“‘New Man’ and ‘New Lad’ with Chinese Characteristics? Cosmopolitanism, Cultural Hybridity and Men’s Lifestyle Magazines in China.” Asian Studies Review, 36.4 (2012): 345–367. Co-author with Tracy K. Lee.

2010

“Chinese Masculinities Revisited: Male Images in Contemporary Television Drama Serials,” Modern China 36(4): 404–434. 

2010

“Consumption, Class Formation, and Sexuality: Reading Men’s Lifestyle Magazines in China.” The China Journal 64: 159–177. Co-author with Tracy K. Lee.

2002

“Jasper-like Face and Rosy Lips: An Intertextual Reading of the Effeminate Male Body in Pre-modern Chinese Romances,” Tamkang Review 33(1):77–111.

1999

“Wax Spear-head: The Construction of Masculinity in Yuan Drama,” Tamkang Review 30(1): 209–54.