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個人簡歷

 

姓名/職級

Benjamin J. Heal 賀小本  助理教授

最高學歷

英國University of Kent英美文學博士

研究領域

十九、二十世紀美國文學、現代詩、十九、二十世紀法國文學

e-mail

folbjh@ccu.edu.tw

研究室

R353B Liberal Arts Building

分機

886-5-272-0411, ext. 31204
886-5-272-0495 (FAX)

 

描述: 項目符號

學歷

Ph.D. (2016) University of Kent, UK
American Literature
Thesis: “Transatlantic Crosscurrents: European Influences and Dissent in the Works of Paul Bowles and William S. Burroughs (1938-1992).”


M.A. (2004) University of Hertfordshire, UK
Theory, Text, Difference (Literary Studies)
Dissertation: “Novel or Anti-Novel? An Examination of Narrative Strategies in William S. Burroughs’ Naked Lunch.
Award Gained: MA with commendation


B.A. (2001) University of Hertfordshire, UK
Humanities
Award Gained: BA (Hons) Humanities (2:2).
Subjects studied: Literature, Philosophy and Sociology.

 

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期刊論文

 

1.         1. “Reconstructing Authorship in William S. Burroughs’ Red Night Trilogy and Paul Bowles’ Translations of Moroccan Storytellers.” Eds. Oliver Harris and Polina Mackay, CLCweb: Comparative Literature and Culture, Special Issue: Global Beat Studies,Purdue University Press, Vol. 18, Issue 5, December 2016.

2.         “Understanding Paul Bowles and William S. Burroughs’ Representations of the Chinese” inTwentieth Century Literature, Duke University Press (forthcoming).

 

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專書論文

 

1.         “China and The Beats: Cross Cultural Impact and Legacy” in A. Robert Lee, ed., Routledge Handbook of International Beat Literature (forthcoming 2018).

2.         “American Existentialism and Surrealism in Paul Bowles’ “The Scorpion” and “By the Water,” and Jack Kerouac and William S. Burroughs’ And the Hippos were Boiled in their Tanks” inPaul Bowles - The New Generation, Do You Bowles?Rodopi, 2014.

 

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研討會論文

 

1.         “The Missing Original: Paul Bowles’ Translations of Mohammed Mrabet’s Stories” Paris Interzone: European Beat Studies Network Sixth Annual Conference,University of Chicago in Paris, September 2017.

2.         “The Missing Original: Paul Bowles’ Translations of Moroccan Storytellers”Forgotten Books and Cultural Memory,Taipei Tech Department of English, Taiwan, May 2016.

3.         ‘“No glot…C’lom Fliday” Understanding William S. Burroughs’ Representations of the Chinese and the Origins of an Anti-Imperialist Proto-Beat Identity’, 4th Annual Meeting of the European Beat Studies Network,Universite libre de Bruxelles, October 2015.

4.         ‘“What Matter Who’s Speaking?” Authorship Experimentation in Paul Bowles’ Translations of Moroccan Storytellers and William Burroughs’Cities of the Red Night’, European Beat Studies Network Third Annual Conference,Hotel Chellah, Tangier, Morocco, November 2014.

5.         “Weaponizing Noise: William S. Burroughs’ Tape Experiments”,1913/The Art of Noises/2013,University College Cork, Ireland, December 2013.

6.         “Noir Themes in William Burroughs and Jack Kerouac’s And the Hippos were Boiled in their Tanks and Paul Bowles’ Early Fiction”,European Beat Studies Network Inaugural Conference, Roosevelt Study Centre, Middelburg, The Netherlands, September 2012.

7.         “Interzone Identity: Representations of Americanness and Otherness inNaked Lunch and The Sheltering Sky”, A Self-Conscious Voice: An Exploration of Expatriation and Literature,University of Bristol, UK, May 2011.

8.         “Transatlantic Cultural Dialogue in Paul Bowles’ Early Short Fiction and Jack Kerouac and William Burroughs’And the Hippos were Boiled in their Tanks”, Do You Bowles? Paul Bowles Centennial International Conference, University of Lisbon, Portugal October 2010.

 

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研究計畫

 

 

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其他

 

      

1.           Ambiguous Borderlands: Shadow Imagery in Cold War American Culture (2016), Erik Mortenson, Science Fiction Film & Television   (forthcoming).

2.           “Great. Burroughs is a Liberal Now.” Chad Weidner,The Green Ghost: William Burroughs and the Ecological Mind, European Beat Studies Network website, October 2017, http://wp.me/P5VA3F-195    

3.           Serial Fu Manchu: The Chinese Supervillain and the Spread of Yellow Peril Ideology (2013), Ruth Mayer, Asian Ethnicities, September 2015, DOI:10.1080/14631369.2015.1090377   

 

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