Assistant Professor of Chinese Literature, Language and Culture
Ph.D., New York University
Field of Specialty
Modern Chinese literature and culture in comparative frameworks; critical theory and translation studies; aesthetic modernity in the 19th and 20th centuries; intellectual history of China; comparative poetics.
Mandel Center for the Humanities 118
Wang, Pu. "The Promethean Translator and Cannibalistic Pains: Lu Xun’s ‘Hard Translation’ as a Political Allegory." Translation Studies (2013). (forthcoming)
Wang, Pu. "Law, Morality, and the Nation-State in the Trial of Zhou Zuoren: Revisiting the Case of Zhou’s Collaboration with Japan during the Second Sino-Japanese War." The Annual Meeting of the Association for Asian Studies (AAS), San Diego. March 22, 2013.
Fredric Jameson; trans. by Pu Wang. "全球化时代的“现代性”政治 (The politics of modernity in the age of globalization)." 文汇报 (Wenhui Bao) Dec 17, 2012: 访谈 (Interviews) 06.
Wang, Pu. "Book Review." Rev. of Configurations of the Real in Chinese Literary and Aesthetic Modernity, by Peter Button. Frontiers of Literary Studies in China vol. 6 of 1 2012: 138-42.
Wang, Pu. "Guo Moruo and the Problem of ‘Revolutionary Romanticism." The Annual Meeting of American Comparative Literature Association, Providence, RI. April 1, 2012.
Wang, Pu. "Ren, Geren and Renmin: The Prehistory of the New Man and Guo Moruo’s Conception of the People." Frontiers of Literary Studies in China 6. 1 (2012): 78-94.
Wang, Pu. "从“奥伏赫变”到“莱茵的葡萄”：“顿挫”中的革命与修辞 (From Aufheben to Rheinwein: revolution and rhetoric in a caesura)." 现代中文学刊 (Journal of Modern Chinese Studies) 2012. 5 (2012): 25-36.
Wang, Pu. "灰色地带的意义 (The Significance of the "grey zone")." Rev. of 灰色上海，1937－1945：中国文人的隐退、反抗与合作, by Poshek Fu. 新京报 (The Beijing News) vol. 2012 September 22, 2012: Book Review Supplement.
Wang, Pu. "Enlightenment as a ‘Romantic Science?’ Cultural Politics and Guo Moruo’s Rewritings of Ancient Chinese History." Rethinking Enlightenment in Global and Historical Contexts. 2011 ed. vol. UTCP Booklet 21/ICCT Series 1 Ed. Nakajima Takahiro et al. Tokyo: University of Tokyo Philosophy Center, 2011. 45-68.
Wang, Pu. "Poetics, Politics, and Ursprung/Yuan: On Lu Xun’s Conception of Mara Poetry." Modern Chinese Literature and Culture 23. 2 (2011): 34-63.
|CHIN||100a||Introduction to Chinese Literature: Poetry, Romance, and Fiction|
|CHIN||120b||Readings in Contemporary Chinese Literature: Advanced Chinese Language II|
|CHIN||130b||China on Film: The Changes of Chinese Culture|
|CHIN||136b||Chinese Modernism in International Context|