In a Bronze Mirror: Eileen Chang’s Life and Literature

About the Project

This exhibition is organized by Jenny Lin (Associate Professor of Critical Studies, USC Roski School of Art and Design) and Tang Li (Chinese Studies Librarian, USC Libraries) in association with the virtual conference titled "Love, Lust, Caution: A Centennial Celebration of the Cross-Cultural Legacies of Eileen Chang" hosted by USC on November 20, 2020.

List of Student Curators

Chief Curators
Yiwei Lu (Visual Anthropology)
Lillian Ngan  (East Asian Languages and Cultures)
Sui Wang (East Asian Studies)
Ming Yin (Curatorial Practices and the Public Sphere)
Alexandra Zarchy (Non-Governmental Organizations and Social Change; Public Relations)

Sophia Almendral (Design)
Anya Chung (Philosophy, Politics and Economics)
Jason Cruz (Business Administration)
Lejin Fan (Fine Arts)
Jenny Fang (Communication; Art)
Skye Guo (Art)
Laila Hassell (Design)
Jenny Huang (Art)
Apple Jin (Business Administration)
Linda Li (Fine Arts)
Jessica (Kewei) Lin (Design)
Helena Lu (East Asian Languages and Cultures)
Jack (John) Odom (Narrative Studies; East Asian Languages and Cultures)
Ruei Chen Tsai (Urban Planning/Curatorial Practices and the Public Sphere)
Stella Wong (East Asian Studies)
Sze Wing (Sally) Wong (Occupational Therapy)
Mignon Ngai Man Xu (Business Administration)
Songyue Zhang (East Asian Studies)

Executive Designers

Curtis Fletcher (Director of the Ahmanson Lab) 
Remington Wedin (Media Arts and Practice)

Special thanks to Li-Ping Chen (Postdoctoral Scholar, USC East Asian Studies Center), Suzanne Noruschat (Southern California Studies Specialist, USC Libraries), Rebecca Hall (Assistant Curator, USC Pacific Asia Museum) and Garfield Lam (Reference Archivist, University Archives, The University of Hong Kong). 

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