Ming Tak Ted Hui

Position:

Postdoctoral Research Officer - TEXTCOURT

Faculty / College Address:

China Centre

Email:

ming.hui@orinst.ox.ac.uk

Research Interests:

  • Representation of cultural others
  • Poetics of space and its relation to power politics
  • Chinese digital humanities
  • Theatre and theatricality in late imperial China
  • Book history and print culture

Current Projects:

The TEXTCOURT Project

Publications:

  1. “Journeys to the West: Travelogues and Discursive Power in the Making of the Mongol Empire,” Special Issue on “Cultural Others in Traditional Chinese Literature,” Journal of Chinese Literature and Culture 7.1 (2020): 60-86.
  2. “Nostalgia and Novelty: An Analysis of Two Romances Composed by Baoweng in the 1930s,” Minguo wenxue yu wenhua yanjiu jikan, Vol. 3 (2018): 165-176 (in Chinese).
  3. “The Making of a Martyr: On the Poetry and Prose Composed by You Tong (1618-1704) in Commemoration of Tang Qingmou,” in Yu Chia-yun ed., Chengji yu chuangxin: Zhongguo wenxue yanjiu de zai fansi qingnian xuezhe huiyi lunwenji (Nanjing: Fenghuang chubanshe, 2018), pp. 220-235 (in Chinese).
  4. “Wang Guowei’s (1877-1927) Adoption of Psychological Categories in His Aesthetics of Song Lyrics,” Ming Qing yanjiu luncong (di yi ji) (Shanghai: Shanghai guji chubanshe, 2015), pp. 344-360 (in Chinese).
  5. “Writing Martyrdom: Narrative Strategies in Poems Mourning the Death of Xia Yunyi (1596-1645),” Hanxue yanjiu, 32.4 (2014): 167-191 (in Chinese).
  6. “Revisiting the Authenticity of the Tang Recension of Shuowen Jiezi,” Shumu jikan, 47.2 (2013): 89-98 (in Chinese).

Translations:

  1. Co-translated with Wen Tao. Translation of The Readability of the Past in Early Chinese Historiography (2007) by Wai-yee Li (from English to Chinese). Published as Zuozhuan de shuxie yu jiedu. Nanjing: Jiangsu renmin chubanshe, 2016.
  2. Co-translated with Tsai Chien-hsin. Translation of “Ke fasheng xing yu ke tixian xing: ‘ziran yinjie’ de liangzhong lunshu” (2014) by Cheng Yu-yu (from Chinese to English). Published as “The ‘Natural Rhythm’ of Chinese Poetry: Physical and Linguistic Perspectives since 1919,” Journal of Chinese Literature and Culture, 3.2 (Nov. 2016): 215-232.
Ming Tak Ted Hui