Assistant Professor of Chinese
PhD, Yale, 1997
Xinmin Liu received his Ph.D. in Comparative Literature at Yale in 1997 and has since taught courses on Chinese language, literature and culture at Trinity, Wesleyan, Yale and University of Pittsburgh. His teaching and research are chiefly cross-cultural and interdisciplinary, dealing with society vs. culture, text vs. visuality, and humanity vs. social sciences. Author of many published journal articles, he has given numerous lectures at academic and professional meetings, and his book on themes intersecting personal growth, education and ethnic and cultural identities of modern China is under contract with Brill. He has lately undertaken intense studies of humanist ecology in the context of the global development. His recent publications have focused on the dynamic process interfacing the human subject with local communal living and geological environs. He is now teaching Chinese literature, culture and films at WSU.
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