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I-Hsien Wu

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I-Hsien Wu

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iwu@ccny.cuny.edu
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I-Hsien Wu holds a PhD and an MA in premodern Chinese literature from Columbia University and a BA in music from Boston University. Her research focuses on late-imperial Chinese literature and its interaction with modern media culture. Her publication includes Eroticism and Other Literary Conventions in Chinese Literature: Intertextuality in The Story of the Stone (New York: Cambria, 2017), a chapter in the MLA volume Approaches to Teaching The Story of the Stone (Dream of the Red Chamber), and essays in journals such as Ming Qing Studies and Chinese Literature and Culture.

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Ph.D., Pre-modern Chinese Literature, Columbia University.

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Eroticism and Other Literary Conventions in Chinese Literature: Intertextuality in The Story of the Stone. New York: Cambria, 2017

“Enlightenment through Feelings: Poetry, Music, and Drama in The Story of the Stone,” Approaches to Teaching The Story of the Stone (Dream of the Red Chamber), eds. Andrew Schonebaum and Tina Lu, Modern Language Association of America (2017)

Book review: Yiji shi shi (Poetic matters of courtesans) by Ai Zhiping. Nan nü: men, women, and gender in early and imperial China, 11.1 (2009)

“Yinyue shijia” (My musical family), World Journal (Shijie ribao), December 1, 2009

“Xiaomei Guaiguai” (Guaiguai, my kid sister), World Journal (Shijie ribao), October 9, 2009

“Yiswang ershi nian de xin” (A letter forgotten for twenty years), World Journal (Shijie ribao), June 1, 2009

“Zhaoyang qu shi (Pleasure History of Zhaoyang Palace),” Encyclopedia of Erotic Literature, 3 vols., eds. Gaëtan Brulotte and John Phillips. New York: Routledge, 2006.

Book review:Minjian wenxue de nüxing yanjiu (A study of women in folk literature) by Hong Shuling. Nan nü: men, women, and gender in early and imperial China, 8.1 (2006)

 

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