賈元鵬 退休教授
學歷

Heresies: Transcendence and Immanence in Modernist Poetics in Japan, France, and the United States"
1982-84   M.A., Comparative Literature, Princeton University
1980-82   M.A., East Asian Languages and Civilizations, Harvard University. Thesis: "Meaning to See: The Sôtô Zen Hermeneutics of Dôgen Kigen" (1200-1253)
1979-80   Inter-University Center for Japanese Language, Tokyo
1977-79   M.A., East Asian Literature, Cornell University. Thesis: "Textual Aspects of Participatory Realism in Noh: The Lyric Sequence in the Noh Text."
1973-76   B.A., Summa cum Laude, German Literature, State University of New York at Buffalo.
1975-76   Deutsche Akademische Auslandsdienst Fellow, Universität Würzburg
Summer 1974   Intensive German Language Program Bregenz, Austria

經歷

Academic Affiliations
2009-2012 Visiting Professor
Department of Cinema Studies, Korean National University of Arts
2006-2009, Professor 
English Language and Literature, Korea University
2004-2005, Visiting Professor
Department of Cinema Studies, Korean National University of Arts
2002- 2003, Visiting Research Fellow
East-West Center, Manoa Honolulu, Hawaii
1993-2006 (retired), Associate Professor
Department of Literature, University of California, Santa Cruz
1989-1993, Assistant Professor
Department of Literature, California, Santa Cruz
1987-1989, Assistant Professor
East Asian Studies, University of Minnesota
1987-1989, Adjunct Assistant Professor
Humanities Program, University of Minnesota
1984-1987, Instructor
East Asian Studies, University of Minnesota

學術發表

“Borrowing Trouble: Old Boy as Adaptation and Intervention” Transnational Cinemas 3.1 (2012): 39-51
 
“Another Scene: Social Networks, Digital Fantasy, Psychical Reality.” Trans: Journal of Trans-Asian Screen Culture. Vol 5
(Dec 2011): 28-75
 
“Playing for Real: Game Ontology and Epistemology in Contemporary Anime” Trans: Journal of Trans-Asian Screen Culture. Vol 5
(Dec 2011): 76-88
 
“Provocative Spectatorship: John Yau's Poetics of Looking and Seeing” 현대영미시연구, Vol 15, No 1 (May 2009) 147-174
 
“Gender Software and Political Hardware: Serial Experiments Lain and Ghost in the Shell. 아시아 영화의 근대성과 지정학 미학. EdsS. Kim Soyoung,
Earl Jackson, Jr., Im Taegeun. (Seoul: Hyeonsil Munhwa, 2009): 45-89.
 
“Tell it Slant': Negotiating the Communication Barrier in the American Poetry Classroom” 영미문학교육, Vol 12, No 1, (Feb 2009) 83-104
 
“The Medium is the Message : Cinematic Intertextuality in Im Kwon-Taek 's The General's Son”.  Silhouette, Vol 7 (2009) 54-63
 
“Entertaining Otherness: Difference in Contemporary Japanese Cinema” Iconics, Vol 9, (Fall 2008) 25-46
 
“The Subject of Representation in Korean Cinema : Two Limit Cases” Journal of the Moving Image. (Spring 2008) Vol. 7 49-66
 
“Affective Affinities : The Politics of Excess in Korean Melodrama” Nosferatu (Spring 2007) 49-58
 
“새로운 상상의 공동체들: 현대 일본영화에서의 차이와 정체성” 트랜스: 아시아 영상문화. Ed. Kim Soyoung (Seoul: Hyeonsil MunhwaYeongu, 2006) 479-531.
 
"Polylogic Perversity." GLQ  Spring 2003.
"Desire on the Line" [with Group 136]. Red Wheelbarrow. Spring 1998.
"Imagining it Otherwise: Sexual Alternatives in Samuel R. Delany's Speculative Fiction." Fractal. (Spring 1995): 3-34.
"Desire at Cross(cultural) Purposes: Hiroshima, Mon Amour and Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence. Positions 2.1 (Spring 1994)
Special Issue, Circuits of Desire. Ed. Yukiko Hanawa. 133-174.
"Death Drives Across Pornotopia: Dennis Cooper on the Extremities of Being." GLQ. 1.2 (1994): 143-161.
"Scandalous Subjects: Robert Glück's Embodied Narratives." differences 3.2 (Summer 91). Queer Theory: Lesbian and Gay Sexualities. Ed. Teresa de Lauretis. 112-34.
"The Heresy of Meaning: Japanese Symbolist Poetry." Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies.
Dec. 1990.
"The Metaphysics of Translation and the Origins of Japanese Symbolist Poetics." PMLA.
March 1990. 256-272.
"Kabuki Narratives of Male Homoerotic Desire in Saikaku and Mishima." Theatre Journal 41.4 (Dec 1989). 459-77.
"Elaboration of the Moment: the Lyric Tradition in Modern Japanese Narrative," Literary Studies East and West, Vol. 2: Literary History, Narrative, and Culture , Eds. D. Wissanayake and S. Bradbury. Honolulu: Univ. of Hawaii Press. 1989. 5-13.
"A Sanskrit Model for the Poetics of Presentation" O.ar/s3: Languages (Fall 1986): 261-270.
"Towards a Phenomenology of Oe Kenzaburo: Self, World, and the Intermediating Microcosm," Transactions of the International Conference of Orientalists in Japan XXV (1980).