Schmidt, J. D. (pp1-38), "“Modern” Science and Technology in “Classical” Chinese Poetry of the Nineteenth Century"; Fuller, Michael A. (pp39-58), "In Praise of Alienation: A Role for Theory in Reading Classical Chinese Poetry"; Shields, Anna M. (pp.59-100), "Avatars of Li Bai: On the Production of Tang Poetry and Tang Poets during the Northern Song".
Li, Wai-yee. (pp 1-26), "Nostalgia and Resistance: Gender and the Poetry of Chen Yinke"; Ho, Clara Wing-chung. (pp.27-64), "History as Leisure Reading for Ming-Qing Women Poets"; Lam, Lap. (pp 65-1106), "Gold Mountain Dreams: Classical-Style Poetry from San Francisco Chinatown"; Wu, Shengqing. (pp107-148), "Classical Poetry, Photography, and the Social Life of Emotions in 1910s China".
Knechtges, David R. (pp1-56), "How to View a Mountain in Medieval China"; Grant, Beata (pp57-74), "Poet-Nun of Nanyue: The Mountain Poems of Jizong Xingche (b. 1606)"; Heine, Steven. (pp75-99), "When Dōgen Went to China: Chan Poetry He Did and Did Not Write".
Zeitlin, Judith T. (pp1-46) “The Gift of Song: Courtesans and Patrons in Late Ming and Early Qing Cultural Production. “, Tian, Xiaofei. (pp47-82) “Parting Ways: Writing Trauma and Diaspora in the Poetry of Mid-Sixth Century China” Widmer, Ellen. (pp83-104). Border Crossing and the Woman Writer: The Case of Gui Maoyi 歸懋儀 (1762-1835/6).
Chang, Kang-i Sun (pp1-18), "Gender and Canonicity: Ming-Qing Women Poets in the Eyes of the Male Literati"; Lin, Shuen-fu (pp19-40), "Through a Window of Dreams: Reality and Illusion in the Song Lyrics of the Song Dynasty"; Fong, Grace S. (pp41-63), "Writing from a side Room of Her Own: The Literary Vocation of Concubines in Ming-Qing China".
Nanxiu, Qian (pp 1-48), “Poetic Reform amidst Political Reform: The Late Qing Woman Poet Xue Shaohui (1866-1911)” ; Owen, Stephen (pp49-66),“Eagle-shooting Heroes and Wild-goose Hunters: The Late Tang Moment” ; Longxi, Zhang (pp. 67-80), “History, Poetry, and the Question of Fictionality”
The exhibition was also supported by a McGill University-SSHRC Institutional grant and was made possible in part thanks to the Avataq Cultural Institute, Makivik Corporation and the Cultural Studies Program, English Department, McGill University. This exhibition catalogue was edited by Sharon Rankin and is part of the “Entendre et communiquer les voix du Nunavik /Hearing and sharing the voices of Nunavik”, a joint Université du Québec à Montréal and McGill University initiative funded by the Canadian program of the International Polar Year (IPY), 2008-2011. See http://www.inuktitut.org/Nunavik/Project.html for more information.