Arts in the Cloud | Professor Lu Jiande: Changing Themes in European Paintings
Da Vinci's "smile", Van Gogh's "starry night" and Monet's "sunset"
Many stars shined in the history of European paintings
The ancient and gorgeous paintings
Brightened the history of art.
On 29 March, Professor Lu Jiande from the College of Foreign Languages and Cultures of Xiamen University will be invited to "Arts in the Cloud" to deliver a lecture about the changing themes in European paintings.
Arts and Living Lecture Series of CUHKSZ VIII
Changing Themes in European Paintings
Professor Lu Jiande
29 March 2020 (Sunday) 15:30-16:30
【直播平台 Live Streaming】
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Brief Introduction of the Guest
LU Jiande graduated from Fudan University, Shanghai, and received his doctorate degree at the University of Cambridge in 1990. He specializes in the studies and research of the Romantics, Anglo-American Modernism and Comparative Literature. After working for about twenty years at the Institute of Foreign Literature, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS) as one of its academic heads, he was the Director-General of Institute of Literature, CASS, and Editor-in-Chief of Literature Review (《文学评论》) before he retired in 2017. His works include Interests behind Ideas: Essays in Cultural Politics (2006), Canvas over the Horizon：Essays without Theoretical Claims (2012) and Self in Perspective (2015). He is also the Editor of T. S. Eliot: Poems, Plays and Critical Essays (Chinese edition, in 5 volumes, 2012) and World Literature in the Process of Modernisation (in 2 volumes, 2015). In recent years, he has written extensively on the genesis of modern Chinese literature and its active interaction with world literature, and also the cultural transformation that took place from 1894 to 1930.
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