CHAN Kit Sze Amy
Associate Academic Vice-President (Teaching and Learning Development)
Director, Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Cultural Studies Programme
Associate Director, Technoscience Culture Research and Development Center
PhD in Intercultural Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
MPhil in Comparative Literature, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
B.A. (Hons) in English, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Interdisciplinary Approach to Cultural Studies
Advanced Research Methodology
Modern ChinaThrough Films
An Interdisciplinary Approach to Technoscience Culture
Theories in Gender Studies
Travel and Culture
16th - 18th Centuries English Poetry
Introduction to Literature
Modern Asian Fiction
Literature and Film
Women's Writing and Feminist Readings
Visual Culture Studies
Science Fiction in Literature and Films
Interdisciplinary & Intercultural Studies
Feminism and Gender Studies
Science Fiction Studies
Critical Animal and Plant Studies
Chan Kit Sze Amy. (2019) “Bodhisattva Avalokitesvara as a Symbol for the Posthuman Future in the Anthropocene.” Deleuze and the Schizoanalysis of Feminism. Edited by Cheri Lynne Carr and Janae Sholtz. New York: Bloomsbury. pp. 177-192.
Chan Kit-sze Amy, Rosi Braidotti, and Kin Yuen Wong, eds. (2018) Deleuze and the Humanities: East and West. London & New York: Rowman and Littlefield.
Chan Kit-sze Amy. (2018) “Classical Chinese Medicine and the New Humanities.” Deleuze and the Humanities: East and West. Edited by Rosi Braidotti, Kin Yuen Wong and Amy K.S. Chan. London & New York: Rowman and Littlefield. pp.121-138.
Grace, Helen, Chan, Kit-sze Amy & Wong, Kin Yuen eds. (2016) Technovisuality: Cultural Re-enchantment and the Experience of Technology. London: I.B. Tauris. .
Chan, Kit-sze Amy. (2016) “Visualizing the Universe: Mandala and Buddhist Cosmology as Technovisual Embodiment.” Technovisuality: Cultural Re-enchantment and the Experience of Technology. Edited by Helen Grace, Chan Kit-sze Amy & Wong Kin Yuen. London: I.B. Tauris. 132-153.
Chan, Kit-sze Amy (2014) “Writing Herstory: Nu Shu as Cartography of Empowerment.” Deleuze and Asia. Ed. by Ronald Bogue, Hanping Chiu and Yu-lin Lee. London: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 197-210.
Chan Kit-sze Amy. (2014) “An Encounter with Buddhist Art: Deleuzean Becoming and Deterritorialization.” Deleuze in China: Proceedings of the 2012 Kaifung International Deleuze Conference. Henan: Henan University Press. pp. 199-211.
Westfhal, Gary, Wong, Kin Yuen & Chan, Kit-sze Amy eds. (2011) Science Fiction and the Prediction of the Future. North Carolina: McFarland.
Chan Kit-sze Amy. (2011) “Writing, Weaving and Technology.” Science Fiction and the Prediction of the Future. Edited by Chan Kit-sze Amy, Wong Kin Yuen & Gary Westfahl. North Carolina: McFarland. pp. 198-212.
Selected Conference Presentations
Presented a paper “Wild is the Wind: The Affective Turn of Wind in Chinese Culture” at The Natureculture Crisscrossings: An Emergent Chinese-Western Intersectional Perspective, 14-16 June 2019 at Hong Kong Shue Yan University.
Presented a paper “Emptiness in The Middle Way and the Ecological Thought” at The Anthropocene and Beyond: Towards a Shared Narrativity in Interdisciplinary Research, 29 May – 1 June, 2018, organized by Hong Kong Shue Yan University.
Presented a paper “From Deleuzian Becoming to Feminist Becoming-with: The Daoist Yin Principle in Ursula Le Guin’s Science Fiction” at The Fifth International Deleuze Studies in Asia Conference: Desiring-Machines, 9-11 June 2017, organized by the National University of Singapore.
Presented a paper “Paradigm Shifting in the English Studies Curriculum in Hong Kong” at LATU Conference 2016, 22-23 April. Thammasat University, Bangkok, Thailand.
Presented a paper “Hong Kong English or English with a Hong Kong Accent?” with Josephine Yam at ALLT Conference 2016, 15-16 April, Department of Applied Foreign Languages, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Republic of China.
Presented a paper “Chinese Goddesses as Symbols of Posthumansm” at The 7th Beyond Humanism Conference: “From Humanism to Post- and Trans- Humanism?”, organized by Ewha Institute for the Humanities, Ewha Womans University, 15-18 September, 2015 at Seoul, Korea.
Presented a paper “Traditional Chinese Medicine and the New Humanities” at the Conference on Deleuze’s Cultural Encounters with the New Humanities, organized by the English Department HKSYU and Center for the Humanities, Utrecht University, 9-12 June, 2014 at Hong Kong.
Presented a paper “Writing Herstory: Nu Shu as Cartography of Empowerment” at 2013 The First International Deleuze Studies in Asia Conference, organized by the English Department of Tamkang University, 31 May- 2 June, 2013 at New Taipei City, Taiwan.
Presented a paper “An Encounter with Buddhist Art: Deleuzean Becoming and Deterritorialization” at 2012 Kaifeng International Deleuze Conference, organized by College of Foreign Languages, Henan University, 18 May -20 May, 2012 at Kaifeng, Henan, PRC.
Presented a paper “The Dao of Mountains: Daoism and Buddhism in Classical Chinese Culture” at the Mountains in the Religions of South and Southeast Asia: Place, Culture, and Power, the 4th SSEASR Conference, co-organized by International Association for the History of Religions and the Institute of Language and Culture Studies, Royal University of Bhutan, 30 June – 3 July 2011 at Thimphu, Bhutan.