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Li-Ting Chang
NameLi-Ting Chang
Highest DegreeM.A., East Asian Languages and Cultures, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Research FocusMing-Qing Women’s Writings in China, Taiwan Literature
Research projectsSelf-representation in Selected Poems of Gu Taiqing (1799-1877)

Peter Sturman
NamePeter Sturman
Highest DegreePh.D.
Research FocusChinese art
Research projectsSong Dynasty painting and calligraphy; 20th c. art in China and Taiwan

Michael Berry
NameMichael Berry
Highest DegreePh.D., East Asian Languages and Cultures, Columbia University
Research FocusModern and contemporary Chinese literature, Chinese cinema, popular culture in modern China, and literary translation.
Research projectsThe Musha Incident: A Reader on the Indigenous Uprising in Colonial Taiwan (2022); Interviews with Chinese cultural figures

Min Zhou
NameMin Zhou
Highest DegreePh.D., Sociology, SUNY Albany
Research FocusMigration and development, Chinese diasporas, race and ethnicity, Asia and Asia America, and urban sociology
Research projectsDirector, UCLA Asia Pacific Center Taiwan Studies Program; Global Chinese Entrepreneurship

Hui-shu Lee
NameHui-shu Lee
Highest DegreePh.D., Art History, Yale University
Research FocusChinese painting and visual culture in the pre-modern era, with a particular focus on gender issues. She also works extensively on representations of place, cultural mapping, and garden culture.
Research projectsArt and the Pursuit of Modernism in Taiwan

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