Research Fields: Soviet literature and theater, contemporary Russian theater, Russian intellectual history, critical theory and continental philosophy, performance studies, anarchism... Read more about Ania Aizman
Research Fields: Comparative modernisms, comparative Marxisms, modern South Asian literature and intellectual history, multilingualism, translation and performance, speculative fiction and genre literature, feminism in world literature, race and class, avant-garde and art house film, deconstructions of postcolonial canons, lyric essay and narrative as provocation.
Shun-liang Chao is a Fulbright Scholar and Associate Professor of English at National Chengchi University, Taipei, Taiwan. He holds a PhD in Comparative Literature from University College London (UCL), UK. His book, Rethinking the Concept of the Grotesque: Crashaw, Baudelaire, Magritte (Legenda/Routledge, 2010), received an Honourable Mention for the 2013 Anna Balakian Prize of the International Comparative Literature Association. He's currently co-editing a volume on humour in art and literature through the ages for Routledge.
Fernanda Dusse is a professor in the Languages and Literature Department at the Federal Center of Technological Education (CEFET) in Brazil. She is currently a Fulbright Visiting Scholar at the Department of Comparative Literature at Harvard University. Her PhD dissertation explores the connections among wanderer characters in João Gilberto Noll and J.M. Coetzee.... Read more about Fernanda Dusse
YAO Mengze is a Ph. D student in the School of Chinese Language and Literature at Beijing Normal University, Beijing, China. His concentration is modern China — particularly modern Chinese intellectual history — in the world. His dissertation (in processing) titled "The World Literary Space of China in the 1980s Revisited", which is devoted to exploring how world literature was involved in some social, political and cultural agendas of mainland China in the early Post-Mao Era or the Era of Reform.
Dr. Wang is a Professor in the School of Foreign Languages and Literature at Beijing Normal University in China. Her research will focus on "Narrating AIDS in China: Yan Lianke and His Political-Ethical Duty of Representation". She is also interested in modernism, gender and sexuality studies, and transnational literary kinship.
Research Fields:Classical Greek and Roman literature and oratory; Chinese poetry, lyrics, and short fiction of the middle period (7th c. to 13th c.); law and literature; juristic writings of the medieval West and middle period China; translation; historical narratives; modern Chinese fiction.
Research Fields: 19th-20th c. German, British, French, and Italian literature; Modernism; Memory Studies; intersections of literature and philosophy; architectural theory, space, and the city; travel literature; the modern West African novel.
Theo Theoharis graduated from Williams College in 1977, and received his PhD from the University of California, Berkeley, in 1983. He has taught at UC Berkeley, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and, since 1985, at the Harvard University Extension School. He is the author of Joyce's Ulysses: An Anatomy of the Soul (University of North Carolina Press, 1986), Ibsen's Drama: Right Action and Tragic Joy (Palgrave Macmillan, 1996), and Before Time Could Change Them: The Complete Poems of Constantine P. Cavafy (Harcourt, 2001). He has lectured widely in Europe, Asia, and the United States.... Read more about Theo Theoharis