Department of Foreign Languages & Cultures

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Christopher Lupke

Associate Professor of Chinese

Ph.D., Cornell University 1993

 

 

His research interests include modern Chinese literature, film and cultural studies. His edited volume of essays entitled The Magnitude of Ming: Essays on Command, Alottment, Life and Fate in Chinese Culture is due out from the University of Hawai'i Press. He recently has finished a scholarly translation of Peng Ge's novel Setting Moon that includes a survey of Chinese literature from the 1950s in Taiwan and several appendixes on the Peking Opera, critical reception of the novel and correspondences. Having taught several summers in the Cornell FALCON and Middlebury Chinese Programs, Prof. Lupke also has a scholarly interest in Chinese language pedagogy.

 

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Christopher Lupke

lupke@wsu.edu
(509) 335-2755
Thompson Hall 101C
 

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