“Translating the World,” an online summer course hosted by the School of Chinese Language and Literature of Beijing Normal University and the Department of International Literary and Cultural Studies at Tufts University was held for a second year. Read more
Featured Faculty: Dingru Huang will be joining our department this fall as the Rumsey Family Assistant Professorship in the Humanities and Arts. Before joining Tufts, she was the Center for Chinese Studies Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of California, Berkeley. With a Ph.D. from Harvard University, her research explores the entanglement of cultural production, technological development, and ecological imaginations in China and East Asia. Her research has been published in peer-reviewed journals, such as Modern Chinese Literature and Culture, Ex-Position, Wenxue, and Chung-wai Literary Quarterly. Aside from academic research, Dingru Huang enjoys creative writing. Her short story “Peacock Trappers” has been published by Shanghai Literature.
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