廖瑩芝，英國蘭開斯特大學文化研究博士（Ph.D. for Cultural Research, Lancaster University, UK），其研究領域囊括：幫派電影、暴力美學、文化唯物論、性別研究及批判事件研究（critical event studies），其學術著作散見於國內外學術期刊、幫派電影專書及批判事件研究專書，以解嚴後台灣電影與劇場為主要關注焦點，分析研究涵蓋侯孝賢、楊德昌、張作驥…等電影導演作品，以及金枝演社之華山事件研究。此外，亦跨足大眾藝術出版，著有劇場旅遊專書《愛戀．顛狂．愛丁堡：征服愛丁堡藝術節》（2012），並合著《英國，這玩藝!：音樂、舞蹈＆戲劇》（2012）一書。 Dominique Liao received her Ph.D. for Cultural Research from Lancaster University, and have since combined cultural studies with various fields, including gangster films, aesthetics of violence, cultural materialism, gender studies and critical event studies. Her academic essays are published in various journals in Taiwan and South Korea, and also in international academic collections focusing on gangster films and critical event studies. The main concerns of her research are films and theatres in the post-martial law Taiwan, and the topics cover Taiwanese directors such as Hou Hsiao-hsien, Edward Yang and Chang Tso-chi…etc., and the game-changer event of cultural policies in Taiwan, the Huashan Event in 1997. More than academic publications, Dominique Liao also published artistic travel guide Amour, Enchantment and Edinburgh: Indulge Yourselves in Edinburgh Festival (2012) and co-authored Britain, the Playful and the Arts: Music, Dance and Theatre (2012).
學 經 歷
英國蘭開斯特大學 文化研究 博士 PhD for Cultural Research, Lancaster University, UK
國立成功大學藝術碩士 MA in Fine Arts, NCKU, Taiwan
國立成功大學會計學士 BA in Accountancy, NCKU, Taiwan
Associate Professor, Center for General Education, NCHU, Taiwan
Liao, Dominique Ying-Chih. (2016) ‘Space and Memory in the Huashan Event’, in Critical Event Studies: Approaches to Research, ed. by Ian R Lamond and Louise Platt. London: Palgrave Mcmillan, pp. 109-130.
Liao, Dominique Ying-Chih. (2015) ‘Space and Memory in the Huashan Event’, Tamkang Review 45:2, p. 71-88. (THCI)
Liao, Ying Chih. (2004) ‘Doom and Boom—Representations of violence in Taiwan and Hong Kong gangster films’, Cultures of Violence 5 ed. by Gary Wheeler and Jonathon Lynch. (e-Book) [ISBN: 1-904710-12-3]
‘Impotent Violence: the slowness, stillness and concealedness of Taiwanese gangster films’, The Speed and Image of Taiwanese Cinema, 9-12 June 2014, University of Hokkaido, Japan.
‘Questions of Violence and Identity in the Gangster Film’, Film and Media 2013: The Third Annual London Film and Media Conference, 27-29 Jun. 2013, The Institute of Education, University of Lonson, UK.
‘In the Name of Creativity: Cultural Tourism as Liquidation of Subversion’, 5th International Seminar on Tourism and Spatial Planning – TPT.13: Tourism in the Global South: Landscapes, Identities and Development, 24-25 Jan. 2013, University of Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal.
‘The Passing Sexual Liberation? The Lost Identity?’, ACS International Conference: Crossroad 2012, 2-6 Jul. 2012, Sorbonne University, Paris, France.
‘The Aesthetics of Violence in New Taiwanese Gangster Films’, Film and Media 2011: The First Annual London Film and Media Conference, 12-14 Jul. 2011, The Institute of Education, University of Lonson, UK.
‘Redemption in the Framed: Exiting the Space of Paternal Law in The River’, Space and Time in Chinese Language Cinema, 5-6 Nov. 2010, University of California at Davis, US.
‘Visualizing the Unseen Terror: revealing ‘White Terror’ through a case of juvenile gang slaughter’, Acting with Facts: Performing the Real on Stage and Screen 1990-2010, 1-3 September 2010, Department of Film, Theatre & Television, University of Reading, Reading, UK
‘Intergration? Or Just a Passing Movement?—Sexual Movement and Taiwanese little theatres in the post-martial law era’, Gender Futures: Law, Critique and Struggle for Something More, 3-4 February 2009, Research Centre for Law, Gender and Sexuality, London, UK
‘Queering Taiwaneseness: Sexual Dissidence of Taiwanese Avant-garde Theatres in the post-Martial Law Era’, Queer Asian Sites International Conference of Asian Queer Studies, 21-23 February 2007, UTS Sydney, Australia
廖瑩芝、李秋玫、戴君安著 (2012)，《英國這玩藝！音樂、舞蹈 & 戲劇》，台北：東大。
研 究 計 畫
101學年度科技部專題計畫： 「幫派、認同與暴力美學」(Gangster, Identity and Aesthetics of Violence)
國立中興大學台灣文學與跨國文化研究所 Graduate Institute of Taiwan Literature and Transnational Cultural Studies