Chih-Chien HsiehPhD - ABD
MA in Foreign Languages and Literatures, National Taiwan University, 2015
BA in English, National Chengchi University, 2013
transnational modernisms, literature of migration and diaspora, postcolonial studies, translation studies, gender and sexuality, critical theory and philosophy
“The Syntax of Solidarity: Aimé Césaire, Richard Wright, and the Uses of Parataxis.” ACLA, virtual, April 8-11, 2021
“Embodied Cognition and Affective Intensity: Rethinking the Modernist Inward Turn,” the 39th National Comparative Literature Conference, May 2017. [Chinese]
“An Estranged Intimacy with the World: The Postcolonial Woolf’s Planetary Love in The Voyage Out,” the 24th International Conference on Virginia Woolf, June 2014.
“The Archipelagic Imaginary in Eric Walrond’s Tropic Death.” Modernism/modernity [forthcoming]
“‘The Part of No Part’ of the Sunflower Movement: The Politics and Aesthetics of Sunflower Occupation and The 561st Hour of Occupation.” Chung Wai Literary Quarterly 47.2 (2018): 181-216 [Chinese]
“Cashmere Shawl as Metaphor and Matterfold: Molar Empire and Molecular Affect in To the Lighthouse.” Orbis Litterarum 72.6 (2017): 508-35
“An Estranged Intimacy with the World: The Postcolonial Woolf’s Planetary Love in The Voyage Out.” Virginia Woolf: Writing the World. Ed. Pamela L. Caughie and Diana L. Swanson. Liverpool: Liverpool UP, 2015. 116-21.
Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition, Brandeis University, 2022 - runner-up.
Fulbright Grant for Graduate Study, 2017-19
Race, Colonialism, and Modernism (Spring 2021)
University Writing Seminar: Images of Africa (Fall 2019, Spring 2020)
"Mrs. Dalloway" by Virginia Woolf
"The Weary Blues" by Langston Hughes