What's New Faculty of Arts

What's New

(Chinese version only) 

CHI Online Lecture Poster

 

日期:2020年05月08日(星期五)
時間:上午11時至下午12時
講題:略論《列女傳》圖文的敘事側重
講者:潘銘基教授
語言:普通話

 

日期:2020年05月29日(星期五)
時間:下午3時至4時
講題:上古音作為詮釋文獻及歷史的方法
講者:郭必之教授
語言:粵語

 

日期:2020年06月08日(星期一)
時間:下午3時至4時
講題:高密三李與清代山東詩律
講者:蕭振豪教授
語言:粵語

 

日期:2020年06月26日(星期五)
時間:下午3時至4時
講題:從作家到愛書家︰葉靈鳳香港時期藏書
講者:黃念欣教授
語言:粵語

 

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Students who will apply for the following should submit the completed application form and supporting documents (if applicable) to the Faculty Office (email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) for Faculty Dean’s consideration:

1. Application for exceeding course load (taking more than 6 units) in the summer session
2. Application for late add/drop (with endorsement sought from course offering teacher and course offering department)

 

The above mentioned application forms should be downloaded from the Registration and Examinations Section website (click here)

 

 

Faculty elearning liaison representatives
Prof. Ian Morley (Department of History) and Dr Lai Pit Shun (Department of Chinese Language and Literature) are nominated as the Faculty liaison representatives. Prof. Morley and Dr Lai are to join the ZOOM webinars and discuss with other Faculty representatives on how the Faculties can best prepare and support teachers and students under the current situation to continue teaching and learning online.

 

Date: 17 Feb 2020
CUHK Online! ZOOM Support for Feb 17-21, and more - February 2020 eLearning Newsletter"

Date: 17 Feb 2020
ZOOM Handbook in Chinese by the Department of Chinese Language & Literature

 

Date: 4 Feb 2020
Announcement by Registrar’s Office for programmes and teachers

 

 

The Faculty of Arts offers the following elective courses in 2019-20:

 

  • The Beauty of Kunqu Opera (ARTS1001 / UGED1061)
  • From Tradition to Modernity: Selected Readings of 20th Century Chinese Culture (ARTS1002)
  • Introduction to Chinese Classics (ARTS1003)

    Please click here for poster (Chinese version only).

 

 

Faculty Office of Arts
Enquiries: 3943 1571

 

 

 

The Council of The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) has approved the appointment of Professor Max Xiaobing Tang as Dean of the Faculty of Arts with effect from 2 September 2019. He will serve for a term of five years.

 

Professor Max Xiaobing Tang obtained his B.A. degree in English from Peking University in 1984, and received his Ph.D. degree in Literature in 1991 from Duke University. Before joining CUHK, he taught at the University of Michigan for 10 years and was the Helmut F. Stern Professor of Modern Chinese Studies in the Department of Asian Languages and Cultures and Professor of Comparative Literature. He also held various leadership roles, including Associate Director of the Center for Chinese Studies, Associate Chair of the Department of Asian Languages and Cultures as well as Director of Graduate Studies for the Department. He was the inaugural Director of the newly established Transcultural Studies MA Programme.

 

Professor Tang’s research expertise covers contemporary Chinese visual culture, theories of art and literature, and changes and developments in the mode of cultural production in modern China. His scholarly work has contributed to the understanding of the complexity as well as vitality of Chinese culture in the 20th century. Professor Tang has published many books and a series of academic journal articles. He was also a member of the External Programme Review Committee of a number of prestigious tertiary institutions such as Columbia University, Boston University and the University of Iowa. In addition, he was the external reviewer for the Research Grants Council of Hong Kong in 2011 and 2014-19, which demonstrates that his academic and professional achievements have been recognised in many sectors of society.

 

Professor Tang remarked, “I am greatly honoured to be appointed as Dean of the Faculty of Arts at CUHK. CUHK is renowned for its excellence in teaching and research, and the Faculty of Arts has gathered an outstanding group of teachers, scholars and researchers, many of them world-class scholars. I look forward to working with this excellent team and together contributing to the exchange and development of inter-disciplinary research in humanities subjects in Hong Kong, Asia and the world.”