Dr. LAU Chi Sum Garfield 劉致心博士

Department of Humanities, Language and Translation Dr. LAU Chi Sum Garfield 劉致心博士
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Dr. LAU Chi Sum Garfield

劉致心博士

BA CUHK, MPhil CUHK, PhD HKBU

Teaching Areas & Research Interests

  • African Anglophone Literature
  • Marxist Criticism
  • Psychoanalytic Criticism

Selected Publications

Books
  • Lau, Chi Sum Garfield. Family, Violence and Gender in African Anglophone Novels and Contemporary Terrorist Threats. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2017. 153 pp.
Book Chapters
  • Lau, Chi Sum Garfield. “The Evolution of Chinese Women: From Confucian Obligations to Modern Resistance” in Chinese Culture in the 21st Century and its Global Dimensions: Comparative and Interdisciplinary Perspectives. Singapore: Springer, 2020. pp.3-16.
  • Lau, Chi Sum Garfield. “From Gogol to Lu Xun and After: Politics, Culture and Reception” in Culture in Translation: Reception of Chinese Literature in the Comparative Perspective. Hong Kong: OU Press, 2012. pp.151-162.
Journal Articles
  • Lau, Chi Sum Garfield. “The Development of Hong Kong Anglophone Literature in the Age of Globalization” Khon Kaen University International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences (Khon Kaen University, Thailand) No. 9, Vol. 1 (Jan/Apr 2019) pp.1-12.
  • Lau, Chi Sum Garfield. “Modern Family and Subversions in Yasunari Kawabata's The Sound of the Mountain”. Comparative Literature: East and West (Sichuan University Press, Sichuan) No. 1, Vol. 24 (Spring/Summer 2016) pp. 43-52.
  • Lau, Chi Sum Garfield. “The Kawabatan Quest for Purity: A Study on Sexuality in Modern Japanese Literature” Khon Kaen University International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences (Khon Kaen University, Thailand) No. 5, Vol. 1 (Jan/Apr 2015) pp.1-18.
  • Lau, Chi Sum Garfield. “The Past and Split Self in Yasunari Kawabata's Thousand Cranes”. Comparative Literature: East and West (Sichuan University Press, Sichuan) No. 1, Vol. 17 (Spring/Summer 2013) pp. 77-87.
  • Lau, Chi Sum Garfield. 'Immorality and Conflictual Self in Joseph Conrad's “The Return”'. English and American Literary Studies (Shanghai Foreign Language Education Press, Shanghai) Vol. 16 (2012 Spring) pp. 84-110.