Claire Conceison is Professor of Theatre Studies and Asian & Middles Eastern Studies at Duke University. A director, translator, and scholar, her publications include, as author, Significant Other: Staging the American in China (Hawaii, 2004), as co-author, Voices Carry: Behind Bars and Backstage during China's Revolution and Reform (Rowman & Littlefield, 2009), and, as translator, plays byNobel Prize winner Gao Xingjian (Ballade Nocturne, Sylph Editions, 2010) and Meng Jinghui (Longing for Worldly Pleasures and Other Plays, forthcoming).
ARTICLES FEATURING CLAIRE
A Transnational, Translingual Writer: Claire Conceison on Gao Xingjian
GAO XINGJIAN became the first writer of Chinese ancestry to win a Nobel Prize for Literature in 2000. Initially making his ...