教师名录
Bruce Knickerbocker
通讯地址:广东深圳西丽大学城哈工大校区G栋616
电子邮件:knickerbockerbruce@gmail.com
联系电话:13928087821

个人简介

Bruce Knickerbocker has been Associate Professor of Translation Studies at Beijing Normal University and Hong Kong Baptist University, United International College (UIC), and Assistant Professor of Chinese Studies and Comparative Literature at both Northwestern University and Bard College in the United States. Professor Knickerbocker completed his Ph.D. at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. His dissertation focuses on Sima Qian’s 司马迁 historiography, philosophy and use of source materials in the Shiji史记. He has published on Sima Qian and his Shiji, in addition to works in language pedagogy and Tang and Song dynasty literature. He is very happy to be at HITSZ and offer courses in English language and literature, comparative Chinese literature, translation. comparative linguistics and cultural studies.

研究方向

Comparative Philosophy; Ethics; Translation Studies: historical and comparative perspectives, theory and practice; adaptation theory and research; comparative languages and linguistics; corpus-based research studies; comparative classical Western and Chinese historiography, philosophy and commentarial methodology; studies and translations of prose and poetry up through the modern era (especially Zhou, Medieval-era and Tang poetry, chuanqi and huaben); early narrative texts (at present, especially the Shiji, Zuozhuan and related texts); Modern Chinese Fiction and Literature, especially May Fourth and after Mao in China and Taiwan; Chinese cinema; Chinese paleography and excavated texts; application of current Western literary theory and criticism to the Chinese literary corpus; Daoist, Buddhist and Confucian thought; Chinese bibliography; Daoist poetry, fiction and literary criticism; language teaching pedagogy; Chinese linguistics; comparative studies of Axial Age philosophy.

教育经历

2009   Ph.D. with honors in Chinese Literature, Linguistics and Philosophy. University of Wisconsin–Madison, Madison, Wisconsin, USA.
1999  M.A. with Honors in Chinese Literature, Linguistics and Philosophy. University of Wisconsin–Madison, Madison, Wisconsin, USA.
1991-1992  Diploma in Modern Japanese Language, Philosophical History and Literature. Sophia University, Tokyo, Japan .
1989  M.A. with Honors in Modern and Traditional Chinese Language and Literature. St. John's University, Jamaica, New York, USA.
1981  B.A. in East Asian Studies, Psychology and Philosophy. State University of New York, USA.

研究与工作经历

2013-2018  Beijing University and Hong Kong Baptist University––United International College, Zhuhai, China Associate Professor of English Language and Chinese-English Translation Studies.
2006-2013  Northwestern University, Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences, Programs of Chinese, Comparative Literary Studies and Asian and Middle East Studies, Evanston, Illinois. Assistant Professor of Chinese Language, Culture and Literature.

2002-2006  Bard College, Division of Language and Literature, Programs in Chinese Studies, Asian Studies and Classical Studies, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York. Assistant Professor of Chinese Language, Culture and Literature.

1996-2002  University of Wisconsin–Madison, Department of East Asian Languages and Literature. University Graduate Teaching Assistant and Professor of Asian Studies, Chinese and Academic English Composition.

1989-1995  International Education Center (Nichibei Kaiwa Gakuin), School of Intercultural Communication, Tokyo, Japan. Professor of Chinese and English Languages and Literatures, Program Coordinator, Curriculum Developer and Administrator.
1986-1989  La Guardia College, New York. ESL Lecturer and Program Coordinator, 1986–1987.

专业资质与学术兼职

  Classical Studies Committee
Comparative Literary Studies Committee
Comparative Literary Studies Search Committee
Conference Coordinator
Course Curriculum Committee
Foreign Languages and Literatures Committee
Freshman Mentor
Fourth Year Project Supervisor
Senior Project Coordinator
Mellon Post-doctoral Fellow Mentor
Midwest Chinese Speech Competition Committee
New Faculty Mentor
Division Research Coordinator
Teacher and Tutor Training Workshops
Translation Studies Editor Coordinator
Translation Studies Program Committee
Translation Studies Search Committee
Undergraduate Language and Research Grant Committee

科研项目

  

科研成果及奖励

2013  ASG Faculty Honor Roll, Northwestern University
2012  Northwestern University Faculty Research and Travel Grant
2012  ASG Faculty Honor Roll, Northwestern University
2011  ASG Faculty Honor Roll, Northwestern University
2010  ASG Faculty Honor Roll, Northwestern University
2009  ASG Faculty Honor Roll, Northwestern University
2009  Northwestern University Faculty Research Grant
2006  Bard College Faculty Research and Travel Awards
2005  Bard College Faculty Research and Travel Awards
2004  Bard College Faculty Research and Travel Awards
2003  Bard College Faculty Research and Travel Awards
2002  Bard College Faculty Research and Travel Awards
2001  Paul Samuel Reinsch Chinese Studies Fellowship, University of Wisconsin
2000  Paul Samuel Reinsch Chinese Studies Fellowship, University of Wisconsin
1999  Paul Samuel Reinsch Chinese Studies Fellowship, University of Wisconsin
1998  Paul Samuel Reinsch Chinese Studies Fellowship, University of Wisconsin
1997-2001  Project Assistant in Chinese Literature, University of Wisconsin–Madison
1995-1998  Wisconsin Distinguished Graduate Fellowship, University of Wisconsin–Madison
1995-1996  Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation Fellowship, University of Wisconsin
1985–86, 89  Institute of Asian Studies Scholarship, St. John's University
1982-1984  Taiwan Ministry of Education Scholarship, National Taiwan Normal University
1977  USA National Merit Scholarship Winner

论文及著作

“Cheng, Hereditary House 12, Cheng shih-chia,” annotated translation and philosophical analysis of Shiji/Shih chi chapter 42 (71 pp.), in The Grand Scribe's Records, Volume V:II The Hereditary Houses of Pre-Han China, Part II. With William H. Nienhauser, Jr., ed., Indiana University Press, forthcoming under contract, 2020.

The Great Return: Chinese Culture and Literature after Mao (book manuscript in progress).

“Historicizing the Dream World and Parabolizing the Waking World: Shen Jiji and His “Zhenzhong ji” (Record within a Pillow),” thematic and philosophical analysis of “Record Within a Pillow,” in Tang Dynasty Tales: A Guided Reader. With William H. Nienhauser, Jr., et al. Singapore: World Scientific Publishing, 2010, pp. 94-129.

“Kou-chien, the King of Yüeh, Hereditary House 11, Yüeh Kou-chien shih-chia,” annotated translation and philosophical analysis of Shiji/Shih chi chapter 41 (59 pp.), in The Grand Scribe's Records, Volume V:II The Hereditary Houses of Pre-Han China, Part II. With William H. Nienhauser, Jr., ed., Indiana University Press, forthcoming under contract, 2020.

Reading for Success. Tokyo: International Education Center, 1994. Co-authored with David Boardway, et al. Complete set of intermediate-level ESL textbooks designed to develop reading skills.

Sima Qian and the River of History (in progress under review).

Situational English. 4 v. Tokyo: International Education Center, 1993. Co-authored with David Boardway, et al. All-skills intermediate-level ESL textbooks.

“T'ai-kung of Ch'i, Hereditary House 2, Ch’i T’ai-kung shih-chia,” annotated translation and philosophical analysis of Shiji/Shih chi chapter 32, in The Grand Scribe's Records, Volume V.I The Hereditary Houses of Pre-Han China, Part I. With William H. Nienhauser, Jr., ed., Weiguo Cao, Zhi Chen, Scott Cook, Hongu Huang, Wang Jing, Zhang Zhenjun and Zhao Hua, Indiana University Press, 2006, pp. 31-121.

“Translator’s Note,” thematic and philosophical analysis of Shiji/Shih chi chapter 32, in The Grand Scribe's Records, Volume V.I The Hereditary Houses of Pre-Han China, Part I. With William H. Nienhauser, Jr., ed., Weiguo Cao, Zhi Chen, Scott Cook, Hongu Huang, Wang Jing, Zhang Zhenjun and Zhao Hua, Indiana University Press, 2006, pp. 123-30.

“Zhenzhong ji” (Record within a Pillow) by Shen Jiji, annotated translation in Tang Dynasty Tales: A Guided Reader. With William H. Nienhauser, Jr., et al. Singapore: World Scientific Publishing, 2010, pp. 73-93.

会议论文及发表演说

2015 “The Comparative Political Philosophies of Lu Xun and Ezra Pound,” Organizer, Panel Leader, Presenter, Discussant at Symposium on “New Developments in Translation and Interpreting Studies,” Program in Applied Translation Studies, Beijing University and Hong Kong Baptist University––United International College, Zhuhai, China, November 27-29, 2015.

2012 Panel Leader and Discussant at the Sixth International Workshop on Early Chinese History and Historiography, Shiji/Shih chi 120, “Chi, Cheng, Memoir 60, Chi Cheng lieh-chuan,” University of Wisconsin-Madison, October 12-14, 2012.

2012 “Constructing National Images;” “Hegemony and Historiography of Music;” Panelist on roundtable discussions at the Inter-Asia Popular Music Conference at the National
Normal Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan, July 13-15, 2012.

2008 Panel Leader and Discussant at the Fifth International Workshop on Early Chinese History and Historiography, Shiji/Shih chi 106, “Liu P’i, King of Wu, Memoir 46, Wu Wang P’i lieh-chuan,” University of Wisconsin-Madison, August 22-24, 2008.


2006 “The Misty Poets and Yang Lian’s Yi,” paper presented at Northwestern University, April, 2006.

2004 “Of Holy Men and Snake Spirits: The Legend of the White Serpent (Baishe zhuan) and the Moral Topography of China,” paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Asian Studies, Chicago, April, 2005 and at Middlebury College, November, 2004.

2004 Panel Leader and Discussant at the Third International Workshop on Early Chinese History and Historiography, Shiji/Shih chi 99, “Liu Ching and Shu-sun T’ung, Memoir 39, Liu Ching Shu-sun T’ung lieh-chuan;” San-kuo chih/Sanguo zhi 36, “Biographies of Guan, Zhang, Ma, Huang, and Zhao, Guan Zhang Ma Huang Zhao zhuan,” and San-kuo chih/Sanguo zhi 42, “Biographies of Du, Zhou, Du, Xu, Meng, Lai, Yin, Li, Qiao, and Xi, Du Zhou Du Xu Meng Lai Yin Li Qiao Xi zhuan,” University of Wisconsin–Madison, September, 2004.

2004 “The Celestial, the Cosmic and the Nihilistic: Peak Visions in Daoist Poetry and Fiction,” paper presented at the annual meeting of the New York Conference of the Association for Asian Studies, Bard College, April, 2004.

2004 “Daoists Crossing Borders,” panel organizer and chair at the annual meeting of the New York Conference of the Association for Asian Studies, Bard College, April, 2004.

2003 “Poetry Across Borders,” co-organizer, reader and participant in Yang Lian’s pubic presentation and discussion of his poetry, Bard College, March 25, 2003.

2002 “Historicizing the Dream World and Parabolizing the Waking World: Shen Chi-chi and His “Chen-chung chi” (Record Within a Pillow),” paper presented at Bard College, October, 2002.

2001 Panel Leader, Translator and Discussant at the Second International Workshop on Early Chinese History and Historiography, Shiji/Shih chi 36, “Ch’en, Ch’i, Hereditary Houses 6, Ch’en Ch’i shih-chia,” University of Wisconsin–Madison, August, 2001.

1997 Discussant at the First Workshop on Early Chinese History and Historiography, Shiji/Shih chi 31, “T’ai-po of Wu, Hereditary House 1, Wu T’ai-po shih-chia,” and Shiji/Shih chi 33, “The Duke of Chou and Lu, Hereditary House 3, Lu Chou-kung shih-chia,” University of Wisconsin–Madison, August, 1997.

任教和任导师经历

  Beijing University and Hong Kong Baptist University––United International College, Zhuhai, China,2013-Present.

Supervised over sixty TRA 4004 Senior Thesis Projects
Taught all levels and skills of ESL, EAP and Academic Writing and Research Courses
Selected Chinese-English Courses Designed and Taught:

Comparative Perspectives on Ethics Intercultural Theories and Philosophies I
Intercultural Theories and Philosophies II Literary and Philosophical Studies and
Narrative Studies: Translation as Adaptation Translation
Principles of Critical Reading and Translation English for Translators
Practical Translation Professional Translation Studies
Contrastive Linguistics and Language Studies: Chinese and English
Translation and Understanding Across Media Translation in the Workplace
Final Year Project Studies in Cross-Cultural Communication
Machine Translation

  OTHER SELECTED COURSES TAUGHT

Language Courses

Business English
English Composition
English for Academic Purposes
Beginning Chinese Language I
Beginning Chinese Language II
Beginning Chinese Language III
Intensive Chinese Language
Intermediate Chinese Language I
Intermediate Chinese Language II
Advanced Chinese Language: Reflections of China in Film and Literature--Early and Socialist Chinese Cinema
Advanced Chinese Language: Reflections of China in Modern Literature and Film--Contemporary Cinema
General Translation I
General Translation II
Classical Chinese
Conversational Mandarin Chinese
Business Chinese
Professional Translation Studies
English for Translators I
English for Translators II

General Literature, Philosophy, Culture, History

First-year Seminar: What is Enlightenment? The Science, Philosophy and Politics of Reason
First-year Seminar: What is Enlightenment? Revolution and the Limits of Reason
Contrastive Language Studies: Chinese and English
World Cinema Masterpieces
Selected British and American Literature
World English Literature
American Culture Studies
Asian Politics
Asian Philosophy and Religion: Genres of Writing
Public Speaking
Intercultural Communication Studies
Debate
Language Laboratory and English as a Second Language (ESL)





Traditional Chinese Literature, History and Culture

Chinese Literature and Philosophy: Beginnings to the Song
Chinese Literature and Philosophy: The Song to the Late Imperial
Theories and Philosophies I
Classical Chinese Fiction and Philosophy
Late Imperial Chinese Fiction and Drama
Classical Chinese Philosophy and Religion
Historiography and Philosophy of the Shiji
Readings in Chinese Historical Texts
Reconstructing the Shijing
Sinological Methods and Procedures
Early Chinese Historiography
Masterpieces of Chinese Literature
Adventures in Daoist Philosophy and Practices
Survey of Early and Medieval Chinese Literature
Survey of Imperial Chinese Literature
Survey of Modern Chinese Literature
Traditional and Modern Daoist Philosophy and Religion
The Inner Quarters: Women in Traditional China
Studies in Chinese Religious Texts
Classical Chinese Musical Texts
Literary Chinese
Buddhist and Daoist Mysticism

Modern Chinese Literature, History and Culture

Chinese Literature in Translation: Modern China
Transnational Chinese Cinemas
Survey of Modern Chinese Literature
Theories and Philosophies II
Studies in Modern Chinese Poetry
Intensive Readings of the Literature of Chi Zijian
Intensive Readings of the Literature of Zhu Tianwen
Translating Modern Chinese Fiction
Daoist Messianism and Falungong
Chinese Views of Homosexuality
Chinese Socialist Cinema
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