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About Prof. INGHAM, Michael Anthony

Mike Ingham has been teaching English Studies as a member of the English Department at Lingnan University since 1999. Previously he worked as Head of Modern Languages at the British School of Gran Canaria in Spain and, on arriving in Hong Kong, as English Language Enhancement Coordinator for the Hong Kong Education Department at the Institute of Language in Education and subsequently the Hong Kong Institute of Education. Mike is a founder member of Theatre Action, a Hong Kong based drama group that specialises in action research on more literary drama texts. He also directs student productions in English at Lingnan University as part of the university's liberal arts mission. His current work focuses on intermediality studies between poetry and art song forms and is also co-writing a study of Hong Kong documentary film based on findings of a recent research project. Mike and his UK-based academic brother Richard are collaborating on a long-term Shakespearean language and verse study using fresh empirical data. Mike's work is multi-faceted and broad in scope, reflecting not just a wide range of interests and strengths, but also an empirical sense of fluid educational categories and a need for creative inter-disciplinarity.

Selected Research

Co-researcher (Co-investigator) with Dr Ian Aitken of Hong Kong Baptist University on CERG proposed project: “Hong Kong Documentary Film: Part II.”
GRF proposal as Principal Investigator: ‘A Critical Investigation of Stage-to-screen and Screen-to-stage Adaptation Discourses: An Analysis of Key Terms and Practices’. Submitted to RGC November 2011.

Services

English language student drama production of The Two Noble Kinsmen for CUHK National Shakespeare Festival and Lingnan Arts Week performance of The Importance of Being Earnest performed by Lingnan students. Directed and initiated as an extra-curricular liberal arts activity. January- May 2012.
English Dept OBA Fellow, 2011-12.
Co-organiser with Dr Maureen Buja of 2nd Lingnan Arts Week at Lingnan, March 2012.
Member of Arts and Humanities Panel for Personnel Actions 2011 – 2012.
MPhil supervisor for Adam Radford. 2nd year of MPhil. ‘Protest in the Ballad Tradition’, 2011-12.
PhD supervisor for part-time candidate Ms Dawn Tsang: ‘Dramatic Elements and Role-playing in Ezra Pound’s Transposition Theory and Practice from Chinese Literature (provisional title) since April 2012 (compassionate leave from April 2011-March 2012).
Internal examiner for English Dept MPhil candidate Cheng On Yee, Franziska, June 2012.
External examiner for Chinese University of Hong Kong M.A. in Literary Studies programme 2011-12.
External examiner for Hong Kong U. Space European languages programme, 2011-12.
Moderator/ setter for A Level English Literature papers, H.K. Examinations Authority 2011-12.
Advisor and assessor (English) for Hong Kong Arts Development Council, 2011-12.
Facilitator and organiser of Hong Kong Fringe Club monthly community English language play-readings.
Three radio interviews on English drama (Morning Brew, RTHK 3) in November 2011 and January and March 2012 in relation to HK Arts Festival.

Positions

Present Associate Professor, Department of English, Lingnan University
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Contact Information

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Journal Articles (9)

Books (7)

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