Prof Katrine K. WONG

Prof Katrine K. WONG

Associate Professor

Interim College Master, Ma Man Kei and Lo Pak Sam College; Director, Centre for Teaching and Learning Enhancement

kwong@um.edu.mo
(853) 8822 8239
E6-3114 (CTLE); E21-4083 (FAH)
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Consultation Hours
Mondays 14:30-16:00 (CTLE Office)
Tuesdays 14:30-16:00 (FAH Office)

Or by appointment via kwong@um.edu.mo

Education

She received in 2008 her PhD from University of Leeds where she taught on courses including Plays of Shakespeare.

Research Interests

Wong’s main research interests are music in theatre, English Renaissance Drama and Macao Studies. She is currently the Principle Investigator of MYRG project ‘Creative Writing: Pedagogy and Practices’. Completed projects funded by the University’s RSKTO (previously known as RDAO) include ‘Theatre of Macau’, ‘Contemporary Literature in English: Resource development and outreach’, ‘Shakespeare, Music, and Stage: A Theatrical Discourse in RSC Productions (1960-2006)’.
She would be interested in supervising graduate theses in the areas of English Renaissance Literature, Autobiography, Macao Studies, and Gender Studies.

Courses Regularly Taught
  • Shakespeare
  • The English Renaissance
  • Creativity (MOOC)
  • Creative Writing
Introduction

Katrine Wong joined the University of Macau in 2008 and holds an associate professorship. She is an Associate of the Higher Education Academy. She teaches in the areas of English Renaissance Drama and Creative Writing.

Wong is one of the instructors of ‘Creativity’ — UM’s first MOOC — launched in September 2018.

Wong is also a classically trained pianist and operatic soprano, holding professional titles of FTCL (Solo Piano) and LTCL (Voice Performance) from Trinity College London. She is Conductor of Coro Perosi of Macao.

How Operatic Soprano Sings Immortal Myths Alive Interview with Prof Katrine Wong

 

 

Professional Affiliations

Wong is a member of Society for Renaissance Studies, American Comparative Literature Association, Royal Music Association and Asian Shakespearean Association.

 

Awards & Honors

She was awarded a Sir Edward Youde Memorial Fellowship in 2004.

Selected Publications
  • Wong, K. K. (forthcoming). ‘Introduction’, in K. K. Wong (ed.), Eastern and Western Synergies and Imaginations: Texts and Histories (Brill).
  • Wong, K. K. (forthcoming). ‘Imagining Robert Wilson’s The Three Ladies of London in Macao’, in K. K. Wong (ed.), Eastern and Western Synergies and Imaginations: Texts and Histories (Brill).
  • Wong, K. K. (ed.) (forthcoming). Eastern and Western Synergies and Imaginations: Texts and Histories (Brill).
  • Wong, K. K., & Li, Z. (forthcoming). ‘Pedagogical Shifts: Learning Analytics of Mobile Learning using Rain Classroom in Theatre Arts Classes’, in W. W. K. Ma & C. Hong (eds.), Applied Degree Education and the Future of Work – Education 4.0 (Springer).
  • Wong, K. K. (2017) ‘Witches and Their Power and Agency in Brett Bailey’s Macbeth (2014)’, Adaptation, 10 (2): 262-283.
  • Wong, K. K. (2016) Review of the book China’s Macao Transformed: Challenge and Development in the 21st Century, edited by Eilo W.Y. Yu, Ming K. Chan. Pacific Affairs, 89:4.
  • Wong, K. K. (2016) On Confucius: A Trimetric Classic. Press of ZhongDao.
  • Wong, K. K. et al. (2016) The Three Ladies of Macao (dir. Wong, K. K.) http://um2.umac.mo/apps/com/bulletin.nsf/nrsview/0B3134C9532A4566482580810005E8EC
  • Wong, K. K. (2015) (Ed. & rev.) Catholic Music in Macao in the Twentieth Century: Music Writers and their Works in a Unique Historical Context. Macao: Cultural Instituto.
  • Wong, K. K. (2015). ‘A Dramaturgical Study of Conscience’s Broom Song in The Three Ladies of London’, Performance as Research in Early English Theatre Studies: The Three Ladies of London in Context http://threeladiesoflondon.mcmaster.ca/contexts/KatrineWong.htm.
  • Wong, K. K., & Wei, G. (2013) (Eds.) Macau — Cultural interaction and literary representations. Oxford: Routledge.
  • Wong, K. K. (2013). Introduction in Wong, K. K., & Wei, G. (Eds.) Macau — Cultural interaction and literary representations. Oxford: Routledge. xxiii-xxxiv.
  • Wong, K. K. (2012). Music and gender in English Renaissance drama. New York: Routledge.
  • Wong, K. K. (2009). ‘A Dramaturgical Study of Merrythought’s Songs in The Knight of the Burning Pestle’, Early Theatre, 12.2.

 

Talks and Workshops

  • (by invitation) Wong, K. K. (2020). Keynote talk ‘Designing and Sustaining Faculty Learning Communities’, KEEP eLearning Community of Practice and Annual Collaborators Meeting, CUHK, Hong Kong, China.
  • (by invitation) Wong, K. K. (2019). Keynote presentation ‘Digital Immigrants and Digital Natives: A Narrative from the University of Macau’, International Conference for Teaching and Learning Development in Higher Education, Peking University, China.
  • (by invitation) Wong, K. K. (2019). Keynote presentation ‘Working with Digital Natives @UM’, 6th Greater China Online Education Symposium第六屆大中華區在線教育研討會, Shanghai Jiaotong University, China
  • (by invitation) Wong, K. K. (2019). Two-hour workshop ‘The Flipped Classroom’, EduTECH Asia 2019, Singapore.
  • (by invitation) Wong, K. K. (2019). Two 45-minute roundtables ‘Building Faculty Learning Communities’, EduTECH Asia 2019, Singapore.
  • (by invitation) Wong, K. K. (2019). ‘Challenges and Opportunities of Digital-Age Teaching and Learning’, Content and Pathways of Jinke (金課) Construction at HE Institutions in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area, South China Normal University, Guangzhou, China.
  • (by invitation) Wong, K. K. (2019). ‘High-Tech, Low-Tech and No-Tech: Digital-Age Teaching and Learning at the University of Macau’, Asian e-Table 2019, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong.
  • Wong, K. K. and Li, Z. (2019). ‘Creativity: A Pan-Disciplinary MOOC’, Lilly Conference, Hong Kong.
  • (by invitation) Wong, K. K. (2018). 90-minute workshop on ‘Theory and Practice of Faculty Learning Communities’, Annual Conference of Faculty Development for Higher Education Teachers in Jiangsu Province, Suzhou, China.
  • (by invitation) Wong, K. K. (2018). 75-minute workshop on ‘Little Things to Boost Student Engagement’, Nanjing University, Nanjing, China.
  • (by invitation) Wong, K. K. (2018). 75-minute workshop on ‘Flippin’ Renaissance: Teaching Literature through Theatre Practice’, Nanjing University, Nanjing, China.
  • (by invitation) Wong, K. K. (2018). Two pre-show lectures ‘Queen of Muses and Tenebrae Responsories: Stilo Antico’, 32nd Macao International Musical Festival, Macao
  • (by invitation) Wong, K. K. (2018). 90-minute workshop on ‘Teaching and Learning at UM’, 教育信息化0時代下智慧教學發展與創新研習班, xuetangx.com, Zhuhai, China.
  • Wong, K. K. et al. (2018). 60-minute panel presentation on ‘Evolution of a Multicultural Research University in Greater China’, The International Consortium for Educational Development Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
  • Li, Z, and Wong, K. K. (2018). 50-minute panel presentation on ‘Rain Classroom: Bridging the Gap between Teachers and Learners’, 14th International Conference on Mobile Learning, Lisbon, Portugal
  • (by invitation) Wong, K. K. (2018). Keynote presentation on ‘Musical Representations of Ophelia’s Madness’, 11th Chongqing Shakespeare Association Conference: ‘Shakespeare and the Internet Plus’. Chongqing, China
  • Wong, K. K. (2017). 50-minute workshop on ‘Flippin’ Renaissance: Teaching Literature Through Theatre Practice’, Lilly Conference on Evidence-Based Teaching and Learning, Bethesda, Maryland USA
  • (by invitation) Wong, K. K. et al (2016). ‘Faculty Learning Communities: Changing Teaching Culture’, Annual Conference of the Chinese Higher Education Development Network, Hefei, China
  • Wong, K. K. (2016). ‘Who, or where, are the witches in Brett Bailey’s Macbeth (2014)?’, World Shakespeare Congress, Stratford-upon-Avon, UK
  • (by invitation) Wong, K. K. (2016). ‘From Ditties to Arias: Music on a Shakespearean Stage’, 27th Macao Arts Festival, Macao
  • (by invitation) Wong, K. K. (2015). ‘A Dramaturgical Study of Conscience’s Broom Song in The Three Ladies of London’, Performance as Research in Early English Theatre Studies: The Three Ladies of London in Context, Hamilton Canada