Dr Williams, Nicholas Morrow 魏寧
Nicholas Morrow Williams is assistant professor in the School of Chinese of the University of Hong Kong and editor ofTang Studies. He came to HKU in 2016, having previously taught at Hong Kong Baptist University and Hong Kong Polytechnic University. His research interests revolve around China’s poetic tradition, particularly the Six Dynasties and Tang periods, but also touch on the interactions of Buddhism and poetry, literary translation, and Sino-Japanese literature. In the School of Chinese he teaches undergraduate courses such as CHIN1118 “Introduction to Classical Chinese Literature,” CHIN2123 “Shi Poetry up to the Nineteenth Century,” and CHIN2147 “Reading of Classical Chinese Texts.” He has recently published an annotated translation of selected poems of Hong Kong scholar and polymath Jao Tsung-i.
|Term Period||Position||Professional Societies|
|2017-2020||Member of Executive Committee||American Oriental Society, Western Branch|
|2016-2020||Editor, Board Member ex officio||Tang Studies Society|
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