20TH CENTURY CHINESE LITERATURE & FILM

Elective Courses

CINE 220 - 20TH CENTURY CHINESE LITERATURE & FILM

EALC 125
401 |LEC |Xiaojue Wang |MW 12-1pm |ANNS 111
402 |REC | Staff |F 10-11am |WILL 307
403 |REC | Staff |F 11am-12pm |WILL 214
404 |REC | Staff |F 12-1pm |WILL 302

This course serves as a thematic introduction to modern Chinese literature and cinema in mainland China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and transnational Chinese communities in the twentieth century. By discussing a wide range of key literary and filmic texts, this class looks into major issues and discourses in China's century of modernization: enlightenment and revolution, politics and aesthetics, sentimental education and nationalism, historical trauma and violence, gender and sexuality, social hygiene and body politics, diaspora and displacement, youth sub-culture and urban imagination.

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Cinema Studies Program
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