Presentations by Professor Sanders

Please see the list below for a full list of presentations conducted by Professor Sanders:

  1. “Translating Du Fu.” 26 Apr 2019. Roundtable presentation at EAS Annual Conference—Translation: Commitment and Compromise, University of Toronto.
  2. “What can you do with classical Chinese poetry?” 4 May 2018. Annual Rohrbach Lecture. St. John’s College, Santa Fe.
  3. “Fake Views: Poetic Presentations of the Self in Shen Fu’s Six Records of a Life Adrift.” 31 Mar 2017. Paul Hsiang Lecture Series on Chinese Poetry. McGill University. Montréal.
  4. “Circulation of Tang Anecdotes.” October 8-10, 2015. Paper presented at 69th annual RMMLA convention, Santa Fe.
  5. “Translating Chinese Poetry.” October 8-10, 2015. Poetry reading at 69th annual RMMLA convention, Santa Fe.
  6. “Re-Reading Chinese Poetry in a Digital Context.” Jan 2014. Paper presented at MLA Annual Conference, Chicago.
  7. “Out With It! Judicial Torture in Chinese Vernacular Stories of the Ming.” 2 Feb 2010. Pre-Modern China Lecture Series. Columbia University. New York.
  8. Closing Address at “T’ang Studies: The Next Twenty-Five Years: An International Conference to Celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the T’ang Studies Society.” 9 May 2009. University at Albany, Albany, New York.
  9. “What Does Being a Literary Man Mean?” March 2009. Paper presented at AAS Annual Conference, Chicago.
  10. “The Myth of the Timeless Poem Belied by Anecdotes.” May 2008. International Conference on Anecdote, Gossip, and Occasion in Traditional China, UCLA Center for Chinese Studies.
  11. “Can Poetry be its Own Context? Recurring Images in the Works of Meng Jiao (751-814).” April 2006. Workshop on Translating Contexts of Chinese Poetry, Univ. of Toronto.
  12. “Constructing Narrative Contexts for Chinese Poetry: Should we tell a good lie?” April 2005. Workshop on Translating Contexts of Chinese Poetry, Harvard University.
  13. “Grief Without Borders: Translating the Anguish of the Chinese Poet, Meng Jiao (751-814).” January 2004. International Conference on the Humanities. University of Hawaii, Honolulu.
  14. “Out with It!: The Aesthetics of Torture in Chinese Court Case Stories.” March 2001. International Conference on the Ethics and Aesthetics of Torture in China, UofT.
  15. “How to Do Things with Poetry: Poetic Praxis in Tang Anecdotal Narratives.” March 1999. Annual Meeting of the Association of Asian Studies (AAS), Boston. 22 pp.
  16. “Classical Chinese Poetry in Modern Print Media.” August 1998. Invited paper for a conference on “Chinese Modernism: New Perspectives on Chinese Culture of the 1910s,” Charles University, Prague. 28 pp.
  17. “Poetry Matters in the Life and Work of Qu You (1347-1433).” March 1998. Annual Meeting of the Association of Asian Studies (AAS), Washington, D.C. 14 pp.
  18. “Inside Out: Poetry in Han Biographical Writing.” June 1997. Annual Meeting of Asian Studies on the Pacific Coast (ASPAC), Pacific Grove, CA. 46 pp.