Shelly Hsin-yi Hsieh

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Name
Shelly Hsin-yi Hsieh
Title
Position: Assistant Professor
Department
Dep.: Foreign Languages and Literatures
Tel
Tel: +886-4-22840322 ext. 750
Email
E-mail: hyhsieh@dragon.nchu.edu.tw
FAX
Fax: +886-4-22852903
Office address
Office: 750
論文與著作 Papers and Publications
期刊 Journal
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2011 謝心怡。〈疾病、勞動、安息日:重審約翰.黎里劇本中「罪」與「罰」建構下的童稚身體。〉《英美文學評論》192011.12):123-56(本篇論文為獲得國立中興大學九十九學年度頂尖計畫新進教師補助之研究成果。)


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2011 Hsieh, Shelly Hsin-yi. “The Portrayal of God’s People : From the Late Medieval Everyman to Early Elizabethan Morality Play.” Fiction and Drama 21.2 (2011.9): 1-29. (Part of this essay was first presented at the conference of Continuities: From “Medieval” to “Early Modern” in English Literature (1400-1650), held at the Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Trinity College Dublin, Dublin, on 25 June. 2009.)


論文發表 Dissertation
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2011 謝心怡。〈伊莉莎白時期的兒童/青少年教育:以翻譯約翰.黎里的《幫彼媽媽》為例。〉發表於國立中正大學「文化研究與跨界論壇:全球視野、在地關懷之課程與教學2011923


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2010 謝心怡。〈疾病、勞動、安息日:從約翰黎里的劇本重審「罪」與「罰」建構下的童稚身體。〉發表於國立中學大學「第十八屆全國英美學術研討會:日常生活與文學書寫201011月13



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2009 Hsieh, Shelly Hsin-yi. “The Portrayal of God’s People: From the Late Medieval Everyman to Early Elizabethan Morality Plays.” Continuities: From “Medieval” to “Early Modern” in English Literature (1400-1650). Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Trinity College Dublin, Dublin. 25 Jun. 2009.

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2008 Hsieh, Shelly Hsin-yi. “‘Wit and Experience’: Three Fools around the Turn of the Century—Touchstone in As You Like It, Babulo in Patient Grissil and Feste in Twelfth Night.” BritGrad (The British Graduate Shakespeare Conference). 21 Jun. 2008.

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2007 Hsieh, Shelly Hsin-yi. “‘Rustic, Offensive or Heroic?’: Artisans in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Shoemaker’s Holiday and The Four Prentices of London.” BritGrad (The British Graduate Shakespeare Conference). 21 Jun. 2007.

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2007 Hsieh, Shelly Hsin-yi. “Service and Essential Need: Boy Servants’ Hunger, Fathers’ Absences and Masters’ Initial Responsibility.” The Symposium on John Lyly. The Shakespeare Institute, Stratford-upon-Avon. 24 Mar. 2007.

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2007 Hsieh, Shelly Hsin-yi. “Conduct Literature, Master-Servant Relationships and Domestic Conflicts in Late Elizabethan Comedy.” The Research Seminar. The Shakespeare Institute, Stratford-upon-Avon. 7 Feb. 2006.

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2006 Hsieh, Shelly Hsin-yi. “Bawdiness, Crime and Low Characters in Late Elizabethan Comedy.” BritGrad (The British Graduate Shakespeare Conference). 15 Jun. 2006. (Published as a book chapter in 2007)

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2006 Hsieh, Shelly Hsin-yi. “‘The Running Image’: From the Roman Tradition to Lyly’s Vagrant Boys.” The Research Seminar. The Shakespeare Institute, Stratford-upon-Avon. 1 Feb. 2006.

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2005 Hsieh, Shelly Hsin-yi. “Elizabethan Social Circumstances and Comical Low Characters in John Lyly’s Plays and Shakespeare’s Early Comedies.” The University of Birmingham English Literature Postgraduate Conference: Blurring the Boundaries. The Birmingham and Midland Institute, Birmingham. 15 Sep. 2005.


專書 Books
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2012 謝心怡。〈伊莉莎白時期的弔詭童年:變形中的男童演員與約翰.黎里的《愛之變形》〉。《童年.記憶.想像:在生命無限綿延之間》。台北:書林,2012.5267-307。(本篇論文為國科會個人專題研究計畫(NSC 99-2410-H-005-066-)補助之研究成果之一。)

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2011 謝心怡。〈伊莉莎白時期的兒童/青少年教育:以翻譯約翰.黎里的《幫彼媽媽》為例。〉《全球視野、在地關懷之課程與教學》。(Think Globally, Act Locally: Curriculum and Instruction)。台北:文鶴,2011.12231-52(本篇論文為獲得中興大學人文與社會科學研究中心/Research Center for the Humanities and Social Sciences計畫案支持之研究成果


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2008 Hsieh, Hsin-yi. “‘Low’ Characters in English Comedy 1576-1603: Presenting the Lower Stratum of Elizabethan Society.” PhD Diss. U of Birmingham, 2008.

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2007 Hsieh, Shelly Hsin-yi. “Bawdiness, Crime and Low Characters in Late Elizabethan Comedy.” “Divining Thoughts”: Future Directions in Shakespeare Studies. Fwd. Stanley Wells. Ed. Peter Orford with Michael P. Jones, Lizz Ketterer and Joshua McEvillia. Newcastle: CSP, 2007. 28-39.

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2003 Hsieh, Shelly Hsin-yi. “Imaginary Audition and Character Formations of A Midsummer Night’s Dream in the Twentieth Century.” MA Diss. National Taiwan Normal University, 2003.


國內、外研討會 Seminar
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2011 「文化研究與跨界論壇:全球視野、在地關懷之課程與教學。嘉義。國立中正大學2011923

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2010 「第十八屆全國英美學術研討會:日常生活與文學書寫」。台中。國立中興大學20101113

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2009 Continuities: From “Medieval” to “Early Modern” in English Literature (1400-1650). Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Trinity College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland. 25-26 Jun. 2009.

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2008 The 10th Annual British Graduate Shakespeare Conference. The Shakespeare Institute, Stratford-upon-Avon, U.K. 19-21 Jun. 2008.

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2007 The 9th Annual British Graduate Shakespeare Conference. The Shakespeare Institute, Stratford-upon-Avon, U.K. 21-23 Jun. 2008.

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2007 The Symposium on John Lyly. The Shakespeare Institute, Stratford-upon-Avon, U.K. 24 Mar. 2007.

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2006 The 8th Annual British Graduate Shakespeare Conference. The Shakespeare Institute, Stratford-upon-Avon, U.K. 15-17 Jun. 2006.

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2005 The University of Birmingham English Literature Postgraduate Conference: Blurring the Boundaries. The Birmingham and Midland Institute, Birmingham, U.K. 15-16 Sep. 2005.


其他 Others
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2010 Hsieh, Shelly Hsin-yi. “The Portrayal of God’s People : From the Late Medieval Everyman to Early Elizabethan Morality Play.” Fiction and Drama 21.2 (2011.9): 1-29. (Part of this essay was first presented at the conference of Continuities: From “Medieval” to “Early Modern” in English Literature (1400-1650), held at the Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Trinity College Dublin, Dublin, on 25 June. 2009.

 

2009 Hsieh, Shelly Hsin-yi. Rev. of “Playing with the Beard: Courtly and Capitalist Economies in Richard Edwards’s Damon and Pithias and John Lyly’s Midas,” by Mark Albert Johnston. ABES/Annotated Bibliography of English Study, http://abe.informaworld.com/sabe/home. London: Rouledge, 2009. Record ID: 27993.

 

2009 Hsieh, Shelly Hsin-yi. Rev. of Love’s Metamorphosis, by John Lyly. Ed. and Intro. Leach Scragg. ABES (Annotated Bibliography of English Study), http://abe.informaworld.com/sabe/home. London: Routledge, 2009. Record ID: 29153.

 

2009 Hsieh, Shelly Hsin-yi. Rev. of “‘[l]ygging vaines’ and ‘riming mother wits’: Marlowe, Clowns and the Early Framework of Dramatic Authorship”, by Kirk Melnikoff. ABES (Annotated Bibliography of English Study), http://abe.informaworld.com/sabe/home. London: Routledge, 2009. Record ID: 28416.

 

2008 Hsieh, Shelly Hsin-yi. Rev. of “Speaking Pictures: Style and Spectacle in Lylian Comedy’, by Leach Scragg. ABES (Annotated Bibliography of English Study), http://abe.informaworld.com/sabe/home. London: Routledge, 2008. Record ID: 27439.

2  Achievements and Additional Information

2007 Casting Thomas Heywood’s The Four Prentices of London (1602) for the Thursday play-reading at the Shakespeare Institute.

2006 Lorenzo in the staged reading of Hamlit Yastayqiz Muta Akhkhiran (Hamlet Wakes up Late), the Arabic Hamlet by Mamduh ‘Udwan, translated and edited by Yvette K. Khoury. This staged reading was a joint event with the International Shakespeare Conference which takes place biennially at the Shakespeare Institute.

2005 The Second King in the staged reading of Thomas Dekker’s The Whore of Babylon (1606) at the Shakespeare Centre, Stratford-upon-Avon.

2005 Casting John Marston’s The Fawn (1604) for the Thursday play-reading at the Shakespeare Institute.

2005-current A Member of the Shakespeare Institute’s Renaissance Drama Research Group. This group has been hosted by Dr Martin Wiggins for more than 10 years, and the membership is by invitation only. The group members meet monthly and keep in touch on the RDRG website in order to continue discussion, share discoveries, and ask questions of one another.

2005 Taking part in the theatrical adaptation of Geoffrey Chaucer’s The Canterbury Tales, performed by the Shakespeare Institute Players.

1999 The Taichung City Outstanding Student Award

1999 The Outstanding Academic Award at the Department of Foreign Languages and Literature, National Chung Hsing University

1999 Leng-Bao-Quan Foundation Scholarship

1997 Sep. The Outstanding English Major Award, Wenzao Ursuline College of Languages

1997 Feb. The Outstanding English Major Award, Wenzao Ursuline College of Languages

1996 The Sixth Prize Winner in the National Japanese Speech Competition for the Non-Major Students in Vocational Schools