Faculty and students in the School of International Letters and Cultures are often sharing their knowledge, expertise and experiences with local, national and international media.

2021

2021

  • February 25 | Alexei Navalny leads Russians in a historic battle against arbitrary rule, with words echoing Catherine the Great | The Conversation | Hilde Hoogenboom | Link
     
  • March 1 | “What Does Tang Poetry Mean to Contemporary Chinese Writers? Li Bai and the Canonicity of Tang Poetry in Liu Liduo, Ha Jin, Yi Sha, and Xi Chuan.” | Prism: Theory and Modern Chinese Literature 18, no. 1 (March 2021): 138–69. | Lucas Klein | Link
     
  • April 6 | Catherine the Great | Dan Snow's History Hit Podcast | Hilde Hoogenboom | Link
     
  • April 21 | Examinando Soldaditos y muñecas (2019) de Gloria L. Velásquez: ¿Qué podemos aprender sobre el impacto de la discriminación racial en la salud mental? | Peregrinos y sus letras | Annabel de la Torre | Link
     
  • May 10 | Arizona State University: 6 Humanities-Based Projects Receive Seed Grant Funding | Patch.com | Judit Kroo | Link
     
  • May 20 | Arizona State University: Faculty Members Recognized By The College For Teaching Excellence | Patch.com | Steven Flanagan | Link
     
  • May 28 | Fall 2021 Courses At Arizona State University To Prepare Students To Be True Global Citizens | Patch.com | SILC | Link
     
  • June 1 | The Babel Fallacy Fallacy: Against the Lack of Interest in and/or Hegemonic Blindness to Translation in Premodern China.” | Sino-Platonic Papers, no. 316 | Lucas Klein | Link
     
  • June 8 | Negotiating Marginalization, Ordinariness and Aspiration in Contemporary Japan | Palgrave | Judit Kroo | Link
     
  • July 21 | Environmental Education Catalyzed by Tourism: Ecoliteracy Initiatives on the Coast of Kenya | MDPI | Nina Berman | Link
     
  • October 14 | ASU schools to host inaugural Humanities Week | The State Press | Nina Berman | Link
     
  • October 20 | Smells like witch spirit: How the ancient world’s scented sorceresses influence ideas about magic today | The Conversation | Britta Ager | Link
     
  • November 3 | UI professor creates intellectual hub for Korean studies | Iowa Now | Hyaeweol Choi | Link

2020

2020

  • January 1 | “Frankenstein vs. Dracula: Romanticisms and the Ideologies of Poetry in Contemporary China.” | Reading Contemporary China Against the Grain: Imagining Communities | Lucas Klein | Link
     
  • May 8 | This Is Not History’s Catherine the Great | The New York Times | Hilde Hoogenboom | Link

2019

2019

  • January 1 | Mediation Is Our Authenticity: Dagong Poetry and the Shijing in Translation.” | Chinese Poetry and Translation: Rights and Wrongs | Maghiel van Crevel and Lucas Klein | Link
     
  • January 1 | “Annotating the Aporias of History: ‘The International Style,’ Modernism, & World Literature in the Poetry of Xi Chuan 西川.” | Chinese Poetic Modernisms | Lucas Klein | Link

2018

2018

  • August 1 | “Strong and Weak Interpretations in Translating Chinese Poetry,” | Journal of Modern Literature in Chinese 14, no. 2 – 15, no. 1 (Winter 2017–Summer 2018): 7–43. | Link
     
  • October 1 |  “One Part in Concert, and One Part Repellence: Liu Waitong, Cao Shuying, and the Question of Hong Kong and Mainland Chinese Sinophones.” | Modern Chinese Literature and Culture 30, no. 2: 141–172. | Lucas Klein | Link
     
  • October 1 | “Our Daily Bread.” | Metamorphoses: A Journal of Literary Translation 26, no. 1: 14-20. | Lucas Klein | Link
     
  • December 1 | “Silences, Whispers, & the Figure of China: Translation Anxiety in Contemporary American Poetry.” | Genre 51, no. 3: 267–293. | Lucas Klein | Link

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