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 Name   Wai-Yee Li  
 Election Year2014
 Education

B.A., Department of English Studies and Comparative Literature and Department of History, University of Hong Kong (1982)

Ph.D., Department of Comparative Literature, Princeton University (dissertation defense, October 1987)

 Professional
 Experience

Assistant Professor, Department of Comparative Literature and Department of East Asian Studies, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (1987-90)

Harvard University:

Junior Fellow, Society of Fellows (1990-93)

Professor of Chinese Literature, Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations (2000-present); Editorial Board Member, Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies (2000-present); Publication Committee Member, Harvard University Asia Center publication series (2008-present)

Assistant Professor, University of Pennsylvania (Department of East Asian and Near Eastern Studies, now renamed Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations): (1993-96, tenured May 1996)

Associate Professor, Department of East Asian Studies, Princeton University (1996-2000)

 Specialties

Chinese Literature

 Awards and
 Honors

First Class Honors, Chan Kai-ming Prize (first in the Faculty of Arts), University of Hong Kong (1982)

Princeton University Fellowship (1982-87)

Fellowship at the Michigan Society of Fellows (declined); Fellowship at the Berkeley Center of Chinese Studies (declined) (1987)

Junior fellow, Society of Fellows, Harvard University (1990-93)

Junior faculty summer research grant, Trustees’ Council of Penn Women, University of Pennsylvania (1994)

ACLS fellowship (declined) (1998)

Senior scholar research grant from the Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation for International Scholarly Exchange (1998-99)

Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Studies Fellowship; American Council of Learned Societies Research Grant (2002-03)

Fellowship at the American Academy in Berlin (2007)

Grant at the Center of Chinese Studies, Taipei (2011)

Joseph Levenson Prize (Association of Asian Studies), for Women and National Trauma in Late Imperial Chinese Literature (2016)

 Current
 Positions

Professor of Chinese Literature, Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations, Harvard University

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