Man-tat Terence Leung|
Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Man-tat Terence Leung received his Ph. D. degree in Humanities and Creative Writing from Hong Kong Baptist University. Several of his manuscripts on various subjects, including Kieślowski’s cinema and Godard-Gorin’s militant films, have been accepted for publication in internationally refereed edited volumes (Intimate Relationships in Cinema, Literature and Visual Culture [Palgrave Macmillan] and 1968 and Global Cinema [Wayne State University Press]). He is now preparing his first monograph tentatively titled, “The Dialectics of Two Refusals: French May ’68 and Its Chinese Nexus in Western Cinematic Imaginaries since the 1960s” (under review). Leung is currently a full-time lecturer in General Education (Film, Cultural Studies and World Civilizations) in the School of Professional Education and Executive Development at Hong Kong Polytechnic University.
Essays in Partial Answers
Utopia and Its Otherwise : Revolutionary Youthfulness, Lyricism, and Alternative Quests for the “East” in Kundera’s Life Is Elsewhere
Volume 15, issue 1, January 2017
Literature and Ideology