|Assoc Prof I Lo-fen |
Division of Chinese
School of Humanities and Social Sciences
College of Humanities, Arts, & Social Sciences
- PhD National Taiwan University 1995
- MA National Taiwan University 1990
- BA National Taiwan University 1987
Since July 2006, I have been an associate professor of the Chinese Department of Nanyang Technological University’s School of Humanities and Social Sciences.
I earned my Ph.D in Chinese Literature at the National Taiwan University in 1995 with a specialty in Chinese classical literature and art history. My background thoroughly qualifies me to teach Chinese classical and modern literature, Taiwanese literature, and Chinese ancient art.
Since 1996, I have been a research grant recipient of the National Science Council of the Ministry of Education of Taiwan. My project, “Eight Views of Xiao-Xiang: Paintings and Poems in China, Japan and Korea”, is a motif study on the literature and art of East Asian culture.
2004 is of particular note in my professional academic history. In this year, I obtained the two most prestigious scholarships in Taiwan: the Academia Sinica Research Award for Junior Research Investigators, and the Wu Da-You Foundation Award. Before 2004, it was unprecedented for any scholar to receive the two awards simultaneously.
|My research interest is Chinese literary work on the paintings, literature, and culture of the Tang and Song dynasties in China; Su Shi studies; the art of Chinese literature and painting; and East Asian literature written in Chinese characters (including that of Japanese and Korean origins). I have published five books on these themes in Taiwan and Mainland China, one of which involved collaboration with scholars from China, the U.S.A., Japan, and Korea.|
- I, Lofen. (2013). A Study of Yu Jian’s Eight Views of Xiao Xiang Paintings and Poems. Kokka, 1412, 1-16.
- I, Lofen. (2012, December). Poetry Battles between China and Korea from 15th to 17th Century. Paper presented at International Conference of the Cultural Images and Interaction of Envoys in Early Modern East Asia, Taipei, Academia Sinica. Taiwan.
- I, Lofen. (2012). Exploration of Art. East China Normal University Press.
- I, Lofen. (2012). The Canonization of Bai Juyi’s ‘Song of Everlasting Sorrow’ and Related Illustrations of the Poem in East AsiaChinese Classics and Traditional Thought: Origin, Development, and Dialogue. (pp. 225-323)..
- I, Lofen. (2012). Su Shih’s Calligraphy ‘Poems by Li Bai’ in Japanese. Calligraphy of Chinese Studies , 11, 13-29.