PhD Graduates – Past five years
Zhang, Yue (2014). Visiting Assistant Professor, Chinese. The College of Wooster. Dissertation: Verse and Lore: ‘Poems on History’ (yongshi shi) from the Selections of Refined Literature (Wen xuan)
Xu, Xiaowen (2014). Sessional Instructor, East Asian Studies. University of Toronto. Dissertation: Transgression in Texts: Literary Quality of Qi from Tang Tales of Marvels to Wang Xiaobo’s Tang Tales
Callaghan, Sean (2012). Writer/Playwright.
Dissertation: The Disagreement of Being, A Critique of Life and Vitality in the Meiji Era
Fedorenko, Olga (2012). Assistant Professor/Faculty Fellow, East Asian Studies. New York University.
Dissertation: Tending to the ‘Flower of Capitalism:’ Consuming, Producing and Censoring Advertising in South Korea of the 00′s
Chai, David (2012). Assistant Professor, Philosophy. Chinese University of Hong Kong.
Dissertation: Nothingness, Being, and Dao: Ontology and Cosmology in the Zhuangzi
Han, Christina (2011). Assistant Professor, History. Wilfred Laurier University.
Dissertation: Territory of the Sages: Neo-Confucian Discourse of Wuyi Nine Bends Jingjie
Griffiths, Caitilin (2010). Sessional Instructor, East Asian Studies. University of Toronto.
Dissertation: Tracing the Itinerant Path: Jishu Nuns of Medieval Japan
Posadas, Baryon Tensor (2010). Assistant Professor, Asian Languages and Literature. University of Minnesota.
Dissertation: Double Fictions and Double Visions of Japanese Modernity
Tan, Mingran (2010). Associate Professor, School of Philosophy and Social Development. Shandong University.
Dissertation: Hermeneutics and Crisis: Wang Fushi’s Interpretation of Confucian Classics in a Time of Radical Change from the Ming to the Qing
Yi, Lidu (2010). Assistant Professor, College of Architecture & of the Arts. Florida International University.
Dissertation: The Third-phase of the Yungang Cave Complex- Its Architectural Structure, Subject Matter, Composition and Style
Hwang, Merose (2009). Assistant Professor, History. Hiram College.
Dissertation: Discourses on Shamanism in Colonial Korea
Sterk, Darryl (2009). Assistant Professor, Graduate Program in Interpretation and Translation. National Taiwan University.
Dissertation: The Return of the Vanishing Formosan
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