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
- B.A. Fudan University
M.A. Thesis: Chukar: A Plaintive Image in Tang Poetry
- 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.
Conference Papers (most recent):
- 11/2012: “Jiangxi School of Poetry and the New Development of the Poetic Remarks,” presented at Western Branch American Oriental Society (WBAOS), Arizona State University.
- 10/2011: “Ouyang Xiu and His Poetic Project in Liuyi Shihua,” presented at WBAOS, University of California, Santa Barbara.
- 10/2009: “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