Dr. SONG Geng 宋耕博士

  • Associate Professor
  • BA (Beijing Foreign Studies University), PhD (HK)
  • 852-39177923
  • 852-28581334
  • Rm 806, Run Run Shaw Tower, Centennial Campus, HKU
  • gsong@hku.hk
  • https://hku-hk.academia.edu/GengSong

宋耕博士2012 年加入中文學院,教授翻譯研究和中國研究領域的課程,此前在澳大利亞國立大學(2006-2012年)和新加坡南洋理工大學(2001-2006年)執教多年,並擔任上海大學、中國人民大學客座教授、新加坡旅遊局翻譯顧問等。宋博士致力從跨文化、跨學科的角度考察當代中國的性別、流行文化、影視以及意識形態等問題,在國際權威刊物如Modern China, The China Journal, Asian Studies Review 等發表英文論文多篇,並著有7本中英文專/編著。他是香港大學出版社“亞洲男性研究叢書”的主編。他主持的中國80後作家作品英譯項目,最近由夏威夷大學出版社和外語教學與研究出版社聯合出版,目前正在從事有關中國當代電視中民族主義與跨國想像的課題研究。

Dr SONG Geng joined the School of Chinese, HKU in 2012 as Associate Professor in Translation Studies and China Studies. Previously he taught at the Australian National University (2006-2012) and Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (2001-2006). Dr Song’s research agenda focuses on cross-cultural and interdisciplinary investigations of culture and ideology in a globalizing China. Among his publications are two monographs on Chinese masculinities, an edited volume on Chinese television, a translated anthology of works by the post-80s writers in China and a number of research articles in prestigious journals, such as Modern ChinaThe China Journal, and Asian Studies Review. He co-edits a book series on “Transnational Asian Masculinities” for Hong Kong University Press. He is currently working on a project on nationalism and transnationalism in Chinese television.

代表性著述 Selected Publications:

  • 2017, “Consuming the Anti-Japanese War on the TV Screen in China: State Ideology, Market and Audience.” Journal of Oriental Studies 49.2 (2017): 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 (2017): 39—58 (co-author with Tracy K. Lee).
  • 2016, The Sound of Salt Forming: Short Stories by the Post-80s Generation in China. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press (co-editor with introduction).
  • 2016, “All Dogs Deserve to be Beaten: Negotiating Manhood and Nationhood in Chinese TV Dramas.” In Kam Louie (ed.), Changing Chinese Masculinities: From Imperial Pillars of State to Global Real Men (Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press), pp. 204—219.
  • 2015, Chinese Television in the Twenty-first Century: Entertaining the Nation. London and New York: Routledge (co-editor with Ruoyun Bai, second editor).
  • 2015, “Imagining the Other: Foreigners on the Chinese TV Screen.” In Ruoyun Bai and Geng Song (eds.), Chinese Television in the Twenty-first Century: Entertaining the Nation. (London and New York: Routledge), pp. 107—140.
  • 2014, Men and Masculinities in Contemporary China. Leiden: Brill (co-author with Derek Hird, first author).
  • 2012, “’New Man’ and ‘New Lad’ with Chinese Characteristics? Cosmopolitanism, Cultural Hybridity and Men’s Lifestyle Magazines in China.” Asian Studies Review, 36.4: 345-367 (co-author with Tracy K. Lee, first author).
  • 2010, “Chinese Masculinities Revisited: Male Images in Contemporary Television Drama Serials.” Modern China 36: 404-34.
  • 2010, “Consumption, Class Formation, and Sexuality: Reading Men’s Lifestyle Magazines in China.” The China Journal 64: 159-77 (co-author with Tracy K. Lee, first author).
  • 2006, (Ed.) 《全球化與「中國性」:當代文化的後殖民解讀》, 香港:香港大學出版社。
  • 2005, 《身體政治》, 上海: 三聯書店。(co-author with Ge Hongbing, second author)
  • 2005, (Ed.) 《重讀傳統:跨文化閱讀新視野》,北京:外語教學與研究出版社。
  • 2004, The Fragile Scholar: Power and Masculinity in Chinese Culture. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.