Li-Ting Chang

Li-Ting Chang

Specialization: Early Modern Chinese Literature, Taiwan Studies

Li-Ting Chang’s research focuses on early modern Chinese literature, print media, and popular culture. She is also a graduate assistant for the Center for Taiwan Studies (CTS) and one of the leaders of the Taiwan Studies Workshop (TSW).

Academic History
M.A., East Asian Languages and Cultures, University of Massachusetts Amherst, 2018-2021.
B.A., Philosophy (Chinese Literature Minor), National Taiwan University, 2013-2018.

Xiaorong Li (Chair)
Hangping Xu
Thomas Mazanec

– Winner of the 2023 ASPAC-Mori Graduate Student Paper Prize in Asian Studies for the article “A Club of Laughter: Expanding Notions of Taiwaneseness through Humor (1930-1935)”
– Center for Taiwan Studies Fellowship, 2021-2024
– Mainstreaming Taiwan Studies Research Grant, 2022

– M.A. Thesis. “Self-representation in Selected Poems of Gu Taiqing (1799-1877)” (2021)