My primary research is about shihua (“Remarks on Poetry” in English), a genre that arose in the early Northern Song dynasty and became the most widely practiced form of literary criticism throughout the later imperial dynasties.
Theory and Anecdote in Chinese Poetics: The Trajectory of Remarks on Poetry in Song Dynasty China
- M.A. University of Colorado, Boulder
M.A. Thesis: Chukar: A Plaintive Image in Tang Poetry
- B.A. Fudan University
- Fall 2010 – Spring 2011: Intermediate Chinese Language
- Summer 2010: Beginning Chinese Language
- Summer 2009: Beginning Chinese Language
- Summer 2008: Introduction to Chinese Art History
- 2011-2012: University of California Regent’s Central Fellowship
- 2007-2008: University of Colorado Barrett Scholarship
- 2006-2007: University of Colorado Barrett Scholarship
- 2004-2007: University of Colorado Regent’s Scholarship
- 2000-2004: Fudan University People’s Scholarship
- 2000-2004: Chinese Government Fundamental Subjects Scholarship
- Catalogue entries: “Zhao Zuo” and “Zha Shibiao,” in Santa Barbara Museum of Arts ed., Invitation to Reclusion: 17th Century Chinese Painting, October 2012.『以品論畫:中國古代繪畫審美觀念的變遷』(“Pin as a standard of judging paintings: the transition of aesthetic values on painting in ancient China”), Yishu baijia 藝術百家 (Hundreds Schools in the Arts), 2011.4: 127-35.
- 『心境與家世:柳宗元與劉禹錫山水詩文比較』(“Mood, experience and ancestry: a comparison of the landscape works of Liu Zongyuan and Liu Yuxi”), Beifang luncong 北方論叢 (The Northern Forum), 196 (Feb. 2006): 29-31.
“Jiangxi School of Poetry and the New Development of the Poetic Remarks,” presented at Western Branch American Oriental Society (WBAOS), Arizona State University.
Ouyang Xiu and His Poetic Project in Liuyi Shihua,” presented at WBAOS, University of California, Santa Barbara.
“The Northern Song Period Canonization of Wang Wei as Painter,” presented at WBAOS, University of California, Los Angeles.
- Dr. Ronald Egan, Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures, Stanford University
- Dr. Peter Sturman, Department of the History of Art and Architecture
- Dr. Hsiao-Jung Yu, Department of East Asian Languages and Cultural Studies