Jing Tsu

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John M. Schiff Professor of East Asian Languages & Literatures and Comparative Literature; Chair, Council on East Asian Studies
203-432-2861
Address: 
115 Prospect Street, Room 250, New Haven, CT 06511
Areas of interest : 
Modern Chinese Literature and Culture, 19th Century to Present; Sinophone Studies; Intellectual History; Diaspora; Popular Culture; History of Science
Region: 
China

Courses

EALL 351

Advanced Readings in Modern Chinese Literature

An introduction to literary criticism and history using texts in the original language. Fiction and nonfiction written in Chinese in different parts of the world, with a focus on the period from the nineteenth century to the present. Readings in Chinese; texts in both simplified and traditional characters.

Term: Spring 2021
Day/Time: T,Th 1:00 PM - 2:15 PM
EALL 651

Advanced Readings in Modern Chinese Literature

A rigorous introduction to literary criticism and analysis using texts in the original language. Focus on the contemporary period, drawing from fiction written in Chinese in different parts of the world, from mainland China to Taiwan and from Malaysia to Hong Kong. Texts in both simplified and traditional characters. 

Term: Spring 2021
Day/Time: T,Th 1:00 PM - 2:15 PM
EALL 823, CPLT 953

Topics in Sinophone and Chinese Studies

This seminar examines the current state of the field of Chinese and Sinophone studies from different geographical and theoretical perspectives. It is a research seminar and colloquium, and we use texts in the original as well as translated languages. Topics vary.

Term: Fall 2020
Day/Time: M 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
GLBL 376

Asia Now: Human Rights, Globalization, Cultural Conflicts

This course examines contemporary and global issues in Asia (east, southeast, northeast, south), in a historical and interdisciplinary context, that include international law, policy debates, cultural issues, security, military history, media, science and technology, and cyber warfare. Course is co-taught with a guest professor. 

Term: Spring 2021
Day/Time: T 3:30 PM - 5:20 PM
GLBL 552

Asia Now: Human Rights, Globalization, Cultural Conflicts

This course examines contemporary and global issues in Asia (east, southeast, northeast, south), in a historical and interdisciplinary context that includes international law, policy debates, cultural issues, security, military history, media, science and technology, and cyber warfare.

Term: Spring 2021
Day/Time: T 3:30 PM - 5:20 PM