Dr Leung Che Miriam LAU

Scholarly books, monographs and chapters:

Chapter in an edited book (author)

Lau, Leung Che Miriam (2012). "Beyond the Tarantella: Re-visualizing Pain/Pleasure in Henrik Ibsen’s A Doll’s House", In Sun Jian & Frode Helland ed. Ibsen Across Cultures, Fudan University Press, Shanghai, pp.233-245

Textbook (author)

Lau, Leung Che Miriam (2017). Teaching Shakespeare to ESL Students: The Study of Language Arts in Four Major Plays, 1st Ed., Springer, Singapore, 149pp

Journal publications:

Publication in refereed journal

Lau, Leung Che Miriam (2020). "Caesar & Lear in Hong Kong: Appropriating Shakespeare to Express the Inexpressible" Shakespeare Survey, Vol.73, pp.93-106

Lau, Leung Che Miriam (2020). "Adapting Hamlet in Colonial Hong Kong: Richard Ho’s Hamlet: Sword of Vengeance" Shakespeare Jahrbuch, pp.72-88

Lau, Leung Che Miriam (2016). "The Adaptation and Appropriation of Japanese Kimono in Hong Kong Society " SPEED Working Paper Series, Vol.4, No.9, pp.1-23

Lau, Leung Che Miriam (2015). "Effects of Chinese opera on the reproductions of Henrik Ibsen's plays" Nordlit, pp.315-326

Lau, Leung Che, Miriam (2014). "A Fusion of Small and Big Times: Chinese Shakespeares in the Universities Shakespeare Festival" Shakespeare Review, Vol.50, No.5, pp.881-894

Publication in policy or professional journal

Lau, Leung Che Miriam (2016)。 何時該笑? 何時止笑? 此問題所在! (明報月刊)

Conference papers:

Refereed conference paper

Lau, Leung Che Miriam (2016). "Uncovering Hong Kong people’s identity in Hardy Tsoi’s Shamshuipo Lear" 10th Chinese Drama Festival, Hong Kong

Lau, Leung Che Miriam (2014). "Effects of Chinese opera on the reproductions of Henrik Ibsen's plays", Tromso, Norway

Lau, Leung Che Miriam (2014). "Small-Time Chinese Shakespeares: Intercultural Adaptations from the Chinese Universities Shakespeare Festival", Seoul, Korea

Lau, Leung Che Miriam (2013). "Beyond the Tarantella: Re-visualizing Pain/Pleasure in Henrik Ibsen's A Doll's House", Shanghai, China

Other conference paper

Lau, Leung Che Miriam (2015). "The Adaptation and Appropriation of Japanese Kimono in Hong Kong Society" Sakura petals fall on Taiwan; Maple leaves blow towards Hong Kong: The Influence of Japanese culture towards the societies of Hong Kong and Taiwan, Hong Kong