Medieval English Literature ♦ Medieval manuscript culture ♦ Medieval devotional art and visuality ♦ medieval mythography
Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures, NCTU
Department of English, Tamkang University, Taiwan
NCTU Distinguished Mentor Award
Visiting student, Institute of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
MOE overseas students scholarship, Taiwan
Administration and Service
2020/08-2021/07 Hsin-yu Hu, “Commensality: Animal, Eating and Reading in Late Medieval Le Fleur de vertu (Paris, BnF MS Français 1877)”
2019/08-2020/07 Hsin-yu Hu, “Repaired Body in Redemptive Text: Dis(-)ease, Disability and Prosthesis in Late Medieval Office of the Dead, in the Case of Oxford, Bodleian Library MS Douce 80”
2018/08-2019/07 Hsin-yu Hu, “Salvaged Body in a Salvific Text: An Eco-critically Informed Reading of Non-humans in Late Medieval Devotional Manuscript Marginalia in the Case of Oxford Bodleian Library MS Douce 80.”
2020/01-2020/12 Profs. Pin-chia Feng, Chung-Hao Richard Ku, and Hsin-yu Hu. “Medical Humanities and Gender Studies.”
MOST Undergraduate Research Project Supervision
2019/08-2020/02 Pin-Jui Eugena Lin, “Silent Rage: Female Voice, Emotion, and Identity in Bisclavret.”
2020/09 Co-Guest editor-in-chief with Prof. Chung-Hao Richard Ku. Chung-Wai Literary Quarterly 49.3 (Special Issue on Medical Humanities in the New Millennium)
2019/06/22 The 41st CLAROC Annual Meeting and International Conference: Medical Humanities in the New Millennium. Vice Convenor, NCTU Conference preparation committee.
NCTU Film Studies Center
2019/01-2019/12 Director of NCTU Film Studies Center & Cinema for the Arts Committee
Hsin-yu Hu, “Revisiting the Body Politics in Sir Orfeo: Disease, Impaired Bodies and Narrative Prosthesis. ” 2020. Forthcoming.
Hsin-yu Hu, “The Salvaged Body in Salvific Texts: A Green Reading of the Non-humans and Marginalia of a Fifteen-Century Book of Hours, Oxford, Bodleian Library MS Douce 80.” 2020. Forthcoming
Hsin-yu Hu, “Introduction: Medical Humanities in the New Millennium.” Chung-Wai Literary Quarterly 49.3 (2020): 11-26. (Co-authored with Prof. Chung-Hao Richard Ku)
Hsin-yu Hu, “The Knight in the Casket: Text and Objects in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight.” Chung-Wai Literary Quarterly 46.4(2017): 57-95.
Hsin-yu Hu, “The Production and Reading of Late Medieval Manuscripts.” Department and Graduate Institute of English Language & Literature. Chinese Culture University, Taiwan. 2020
Hsin-yu Hu, “Pearl and Sir Gawain:When Words Intersect Images and the Bible Crosses Classical Myths.” Graduate Institute for Studies in Visual Cultures, National Yang-Ming University, 2019.
Hsin-yu Hu, “Late Medieval Manuscript Art.” Department of English, Tamkang University, Taiwan. 2016.
Hsin-yu Hu, “Bathsheba and Susanna: Desire, Body, Textuality and Visuality in Late Medieval Images and Texts.” Institute of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica. Taiwan . 2012.
Hsin-yu Hu, “Prostheticized Bodies in a Late Medieval Book of Hours, Oxford, Bodleian Library MS Douce 80.” The 13th TACMRS International Conference. Taiwan. 2019.
Hsin-yu Hu, “When Medieval Marginalia Encounter Modern Cultural Studies: Some Experimental Findings and Interpretations.” 2019 NCTU-NanJing University Seminar on English and American Literature. Taiwan. 2019.
Hsin-yu Hu, “Salvaged Body in Salvific Text: The Deformed Body in the Late Medieval Book of Hours, Oxford Bodleian Library MS Douce 80.” The 41st CLAROC Annual Meeting & International Conference. Taiwan 2019.
Hsin-yu Hu, “Painted into the Corner: The Unwanted in Medieval Manuscripts of Arthurian Romance.” The 12th International Comparative Literature Conference: Literature, Life, and the Biological. Taiwan. 2017.
Hsin-yu Hu, “The Knight in the Casket: Text and Objects in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight.” The 38th CLAROC conference. Taiwan. 2016.
Hsin-yu Hu, “Beholding Susanna’s Body in Late Medieval Texts and Manuscripts.” The 13th Western Classical and Medieval Literature Conference. Taiwan. 2013.
Hsin-yu Hu, “Gendering Sir Gawain: Fashion, Sartorial Bodies, and Visuality in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight.” The 20th English and American Literature Association Conference. Taiwan. 2012