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2019Event

Closing Lecture of Happy People... The Lyrical in Yan’an: The Night Song by He Qifang Revisited

Beijing Inside-Out Art Museum

Closing Lecture of Happy People...

The Lyrical in Yan’an: The Night Song by He Qifang Revisited

Lecturer:Jiang Tao (Peking University)

Time:14:00, 2019.08.03

Venue:Conference room, Inside-Out Art Museum

Jiang Tao  Born in Tianjin in 1970, Jiang Tao is an associate professor at the Department of Chinese Language and Literature, Peking University. His writing and research focuses on China’s poetry history of the 20th Century and modern literature and culture. He is also a poet and poetry critic.

Jiang Tao

Born in Tianjin in 1970, Jiang Tao is an associate professor at the Department of Chinese Language and Literature, Peking University. His writing and research focuses on China’s poetry history of the 20th Century and modern literature and culture. He is also a poet and poetry critic.

During his time in Yan’an, He Qifang created The Night Song. While expanding the lyrical boundary of modern Chinese poetry, its bright, vibrant style also indicates the inauguration or reconfiguration of certain innate feelings in the brand-new interpersonal and ethical relations in Yan’an. However, is the lyrical needed in Yan’an? Where lies the boundary of such lyrical creations, and how does it bear upon the reformation of the intellectuals? This talk seeks to investigate into these questions.

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