Liyang Xia

Associate Professor
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Postal address Henrik Wergelands hus Room 227

Academic interests

  • Reception history of Ibsen in China
  • Theatre studies
  • Digital Humanities
  • Chinese traditional and modern theatre
  • China Studies
  • Gender studies
  • Global influences of theatre cultures

Courses taught

IBS4000 Research Ethics, Information Resources and Advanced Academic Writing for Ibsen Studies

IBS4001 – Theoretical, Methodological, and Interdisciplinary Approaches to Ibsen Studies

IBS4210 – Ibsen i praksis

IBS4102 – Henrik Ibsen’s oeuvre in the perspective of its reception history

IBS4205 -- New Perspectives in Ibsen Studies

IBS4204 – Ibsen in Performance

IBS4105 -- Ibsen Between Cultures

IBS4390 – Master's Thesis in Ibsen Studies

Background

Program co-ordinator (fagkoordinator), Centre for Ibsen Studies, UiO, 2021-

Acting Head, Centre for Ibsen Studies, UiO, 2019-2020

Associate Professor, Centre for Ibsen Studies, UiO, 2016-

Teaching assistant, University of Oslo, 2012-2013

PhD in Ibsen Studies, University of Oslo, 2009-2012

 

Tags: Ibsen, China, Theatre, Gender Studies, Reception Studies, Translation Studies, Digital Humanities

Publications

Joanne Tompkins, Jonathan Bollen, Julie Holledge, and Liyang Xia. Visualising Lost Theatres: Recovering Social Interactions from the Spaces of Performance. Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2021.

Xia, Liyang (2021). The Silent Noras: Women of the First Chinese Performance of A Doll's House. Asian Theater Journal.  ISSN 0742-5457. . doi: 10.1353/atj.2021.0011

Xia, Liyang (2018). A myth that glorifies: Rethinking Ibsen’s early reception in China.  Ibsen Studies.  ISSN 1502-1866. 18(2), s 141- 168 . doi: 10.1080/15021866.2018.1550868

Xia, Liyang (2016). Heart Higher than the Sky: Reinventing Chinese Femininity through Ibsen's Hedda Gabler, In Frode Helland & Julie Holledge (ed.),  Ibsen Between Cultures.  Novus Forlag.  ISBN 9788270998630.  5.  s 113 - 142

  • Xia, Liyang & Tompkins, Joanne (2022). Mid-Nineteenth-Century Cantonese Opera Performances in the Victorian Goldfields. In Bush-Bailey, Gilli & Flaherty, Kate (Ed.), Touring Performance And Global Exchange 1850-1960: Making Tracks. Routledge. ISSN 9780367519506. p. 31–47.
  • Xia, Liyang (2021). The Silent Noras: Women of the First Chinese Performance of A Doll's House. Asian Theater Journal. ISSN 0742-5457. 38(1), p. 218–244. doi: 10.1353/atj.2021.0011. Full text in Research Archive
  • Xia, Liyang (2018). A myth that glorifies: Rethinking Ibsen’s early reception in China. Ibsen Studies. ISSN 1502-1866. 18(2), p. 141–168. doi: 10.1080/15021866.2018.1550868. Full text in Research Archive
  • Xia, Liyang (2016). Heart Higher than the Sky: Reinventing Chinese Fimininity through Ibsen's Hedda Gabler. In Helland, Frode & Holledge, Julie (Ed.), Ibsen Between Cultures. Novus Forlag. ISSN 9788270998630. p. 113–142.
  • Xia, Liyang (2007). Power Struggle in Hedda Gabler - A Close Reading of the Conversations between Hedda, Brack and Løvborg. In Helland, Frode; Mollerin, Kaja*; Nygaard, Jon & Sæther, Astrid (Ed.), The Living Ibsen: Proceedings - The 11th International Ibsen Conference, 21 - 27 August 2006. Unipub forlag. ISSN 978-82-91540-10-8. p. 153–158.

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  • Xia, Liyang (2013). Heart Higher than the Sky - Reinventing Chinese Femininity through Ibsen's Hedda Gabler. 07 Gruppen.

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