Jing Tsu

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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 256, EAST 358, GLBL 251, HUMS 272, LITR 265

China in the World

Recent headlines about China in the world, deciphered in both modern and historical contexts. Interpretation of new events and diverse texts through transnational connections. Topics include China and Africa, Mandarinization, labor and migration, Chinese America, nationalism and humiliation, and art and counterfeit.

Term: Spring 2019
Day/Time: M,W 1:00 PM - 2:15 PM
EALL 873, EAST 573, HIST 873

China and the World circa 1900

Reading and discussion of significant themes in China and world history in the first decade of the twentieth century. We concentrate on topics that contain international, transnational, and comparative implications, and include discussion of literary and historical material. Most readings are in English, but selected primary sources in Asian languages may be used. Open to all History, East Asian Studies, and East Asian Languages and Literatures students, and others by request. Includes research paper and weekly writing exercises. 

Term: Fall 2018
Day/Time: Th 3:30 PM - 5:20 PM
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: Fall 2018
Day/Time: Th 1:30 PM - 3:20 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: Fall 2018
Day/Time: Th 1:30 PM - 3:20 PM