„Poetics of Memory: Wang Jingwei and China’s Wartime Collaboration“ [Manuscript under review]
“The Memory of an Assassin and Problem of Legitimacy in the Wang Jingwei Regime (1940–1945),” Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies, June 2020 (forthcoming)
“Site: The Impossibility of Remembering the Past at Nanjing,” Modern Chinese Literature and Culture (MCLC), 32.1 (2020): 233–278.
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University Professor of Sinology, Goethe University Frankfurt
I received a BA in literature, history, and philosophy and then an MA in comparative literature, from Peking University, China. I was awarded PhD in East Asian Studies from Princeton University, USA. From 2012 on, I have been teaching at Goethe University Frankfurt, first as Junior Professor and then as full professor since 2015.
I am member of the AAS (Association for Asian Studies) and DVCS (Deutsche Vereinigung für Chinastudien). I was a Whiting Scholar (2010–11) and fellow at the Institute for Advanced Studies (Wissenschaftskolleg) at Berlin (2019–20), among other honors and awards.