Eva K W Man got her Ph.D. in Chinese Studies (Aesthetics) at the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 1990. She is at present an associate professor in Religion & Philosophy Department and Head in Humanities Programme of Hong Kong Baptist University. Her research interests include Aesthetics, Chinese Philosophy, Woman Studies, Feminist Philosopy, Cultural Studies, Gender studies and Problems in Art. She has published numerous books and journal articles on Comparative Philosophy and Gender studies. Her manuscripts include: "Gender and Creativity: Feminist Aesthetics and Related Issues in Hong Kong, " "Selected Feminist Literature Writings in Taiwan and Hong Kong," "Traditional and Contemporary Aesthetics in China" etc.


Publications:
A Confucian Reflection on the Future Prospects of Humanities Education: A Contemporary Re-reading of Confucian's "Great Learning"

This paper would contemplate on the contemporary revelations of the Chinese classical work, the “Great Learning.” It would examine the relevance of the teachings to the study of the Humanities and see in what ways the teachings could shed light on the future prospects of Humanities teaching.

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Some Reflections on Confucian Aesthetics and its Feminist Modalities

Confucian aesthetics implies a harmonious world view different from the dualistic and dichotomous model in Western thoughts and would act as an alternative reference to which feminist scholars aspire.

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Sex and Emotion: Change of the Related Discourses among Some Chinese Female Sex Workers and their Representations in the Cosmopolitan Context

This paper discusses changes in discourse on the utilization of the sexual body among Chinese female sex workers and the ways their bodies are represented and reinterpreted.

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