(03)571-2121 ext. 58129
Humanities Bldg 3, R313
♦ ecocriticism ♦ animal studies ♦ feminism ♦ contemporary fiction
。 Indiana University—Bloomington, USA
Ph.D Comparative Literature
M.A. Comparative Literature
。 National Chiao Tung University
B.A. Foreign Languages and Literatures
Associate Professor, Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures, National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University
Associate Professor, Department of English, Tamkang University
Assistant Professor, Department of English, Tamkang University
2017, TKU Distinguished Mentor Award
2012-2013, Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation for International Scholarly Exchange’s Dissertation Fellowship for R.O.C Students Abroad
2011, The C. Clifford Flanigan Memorial Colloquium Prize for Best Conference Paper
2007-2011 Teaching Fellowship: Indiana University Associate Instructor
Administration & Services
2020-2023, Editorial Board of Tamkang Review
2020-2022, Secretary General of TACMRS
2021, Co-organizer of the 7th International Ecological Literature Conference
2023, “Fit to Breed: Exercise and Sport in Women’s Speculative Fiction,” Forthcoming in Mosaic: an interdisciplinary critical journal [A&HCI]
2022, “Postmodern Literature and Ecofeminism.” The Routledge Handbook of Ecofeminism and Literature. Ed. Douglas Vakoch. New York: Routledge, pp. 375-384.
2021, “Female Biologists and the Practice of Dialogical Connectivity in Barbara Kingsolver’s Prodigal Summer.” Journal of Modern Literature 45.1, pp. 74-86. [A&HCI]
2019, “Caring for Difference: A Review of Human-Animal Studies in Taiwan from the Last Decade.” Tamkang Review 49.2, pp. 107-113. [THCI]
2018, “Multicultural Matters of Love in Contemporary Historical Fiction.” The Wenshan Review of Literature and Culture 12.1, pp. 31-55. [THCI]
2018, “Restoring Life: Carnivore Reintroduction and (Eco)feminist Science in Sarah Hall’s The Wolf Border.” Women’s Studies: An interdisciplinary journal 47.8, pp. 829-844. [A&HCI]
2018, “Angela Carter’s Postmodern Wolf Tales.” Ecofeminism in Dialogue. Eds. Douglas A. Vakoch and Sam Mickey. Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books, pp. 61-73.
2018, Introduction. Women and Nature? Beyond Dualism in Gender, Body, and the Environment. Eds. Douglas A. Vakoch and Sam Mickey. New York: Routledge, pp. 3-9.
2016, “Angels and Feathers: Transcorporeal Morphing in Angela Carter’s Nights at the Circus.” Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction 57.5, pp. 502-511. [A&HCI]
2015, “Passionately Documenting: Taiwan’s Latest Cinematic Revival.” The Journal of Film and Video 67.2, pp. 44-54. [A&HCI]
2013, “Rewriting Canonical Love Stories From the Peripheries.” CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture 15.4. [A&HCI]
2010, “Prince of the Himalayas: A Reconstruction of Tibetan Cultural Identities through the Meeting of Tibet, Shakespeare, and China.” NTU Studies in Language and Literature 24, pp. 49-78. [THCI]
2022, “Autonomy and Connectivity in Zadie Smith’s Swing Time.” Delivered at the American Comparative Literature Association Annual Meeting held at National Taiwan Normal University. Taiwan
2020, “Animal Studies and Yang Mu.” Delivered at the Chung Wai Forum—Yang Mu and Comparative Literature: A Commemorative Forum held at National Taiwan University, Taiwan.
2020, “Exercise and Sport in Women’s Speculative Fiction.” Delivered at the International Conference on Gender Studies: Gender Narratives held at the University of London, UK.
2018, Sustaining Interconnectivity: Applications of Care Theory and New Materialism in Ecofeminist Fiction. Delivered at the “Asian Conference on the Social Sciences 2018” held at Art Center Kobe, Japan.
2017, “Feminist Inquiries about Animal Restoration Science.” Delivered at the Twelfth Quadrennial International Comparative Literature Conference held at Tamkang University, Taiwan.
2015, “A New Materialist Approach to Angel-Animal Imaginings in British Fiction.” Delivered at the American Comparative Literature Association Annual Meeting held at Sheraton Seattle, Washington, USA.
2014, “Multicultural Re-imaginings of Emperors and Their Lovers in Contemporary British Fiction.” Delivered at the 8th TACMRS Conference held at National Sun Yat-Sen University, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
2013, “Fantasizing Love: Identity Hybridizations in Rushdie’s The Enchantress of Florence.” Delivered at the 21st Annual Conference of the English and American Literature Association at National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan.
2012, “Saying ‘I Do’ to the Beast: Metamorphosis, Hybridity, and the Female Body.” Delivered at the Contemporary Women’s Writing: (Wo)Man and the Body Conference at National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan.
2011, “Divorcing the Classic Love Story: From Diasporic Sentiments to Postmodern Banalization.” Delivered at the C. Clifford Flanigan Memorial Colloquium at Indiana University—Bloomington, USA.
2009, “Marking and Marketing Taiwan: Prospects of Taiwan cinema and nationhood in Chen Huai-En’s Island Etude.” Delivered at the North American Taiwan Studies Association Conference at University of Texas—Austin, USA.
2009, “Looking Beyond the Ideal: Cinematic Constructions of Gender and Spectatorship in Mizoguchi Kenji’s Life of Oharu and A Geisha.” Delivered at the American Comparative Literature Annual Meeting at Harvard University, USA.
2007, “Prince of the Himalayas: Multiplicity of Voices.” Delivered at the Ilinca Zarifopol Johnston Memorial Colloquium at Indiana University—Bloomington, USA.
2007, “Prince of the Himalayas: The Meeting of Tibet, Shakespeare, and China.” Delivered at the Insiders and Outsiders: An Interdisciplinary Conference at Duke University, USA.
2017.8-2018.7 再生培育: 女性小說中的女性科學與動物復育
2014.8-2015.7 天使與動物: 生態女性主義對柴契爾時期的反思