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Kai Xie

Doctoral Candidate in Japanese

Contact Information

Biography

PhD Candidate, Classical Japanese Literature, University of Washington, Seattle, 2013.
M.A. Japanese Language and Literature, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, 2010
M.A. Japanese Language and Literature, Beijing Foreign Studies University, 2007
B.A. Japanese, Beijing Foreign Studies University, 2004
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 Conference Presentations

A Vehicle for Visual Textuality: Kanji in Popular Linked Verse in Japanese and Chinese, Early Modern Japan Network Annual Meeting, March 2014. 

“Imagination of China in Chogonka emaki,” Asian Languages and Literature Spring Colloquium, University of Washington Seattle, April 2012. 

“The Adaptation and Re-Creation of The Romance of the Three Kingdoms in Japanese Puppet Theater,” Modern Language Association Annual Convention, January 2012. 

"Reception and Re-creation of San Guo Yan Yi in Jorui Play, with a focus on Shokatsu komei kanae gundan", Asian Languages and Literature Spring Colloquium, University of Washington Seattle, April 2011.

 "The Arts of Linking: A Comparison of lianju by Han Yu's circle and haikai by Basho's School," Haiku Society of America Northeast Metro Autumn Meeting, September 2010.

Courses Taught

Additional Courses

Japan 321 (Japanese Literature I), University of Washington Seattle.

Japan 112, 211, 212, 213 (first and second year Japanese), University of Washington Seattle.

First and second year Japanese, University of Massachusetts Amherst.

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