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 Name   Kang-I Sun Chang  
 Election Year2016
 Education

B. A., Tunghai University (1966)

Graduate Institute of Foreign Languages, National Taiwan University (Completed all the course requirements except for the M.A. thesis)(1966-68)

M. L. S., Rutgers-the State University of New Jersey (1971)

M.A., South Dakota State University (1972)

M.A. (1976), Ph.D. (1978), Princeton University

 Professional
 Experience

Visiting Assistant Professor of Chinese Literature, Tufts University (1979-80)

Curator, Gest Oriental Library and East Asian Collections, Princeton University (1980-81)

Yale University:

Assistant Professor (1982-86); Associate Professor (1986-90), Chinese Literature

Professor, Chinese Literature, Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures (1990-2009)(Chairperson of the Department (1991-97; 2015)

Director of Graduate Studies (1984-91; 1998-2000; 2003; 2008-09; 2013-14)

on the Faculty Associated with the Program of Women's and Gender Studies (1990-present)

the Faculty Associated with the Literature Major, Department of Comparative Literature (2001-present)

Malcolm G. Chace '56 Professor of East Asian Languages and Literature (2009-present)

 Specialties

Pre-modern Chinese Literature, Women Writers of

Traditional China, Comparative Studies of Poetry, Literary

Criticism, Gender Studies, Hermeneutics, Cultural Theory/

Aesthetics

 Awards and
 Honors

Princeton University Fellowship (1974-76)

NDFL Title VI Fellowship (1976-77)

Whitney Fellowship in the Humanities (1977-78)

A. Whitney Griswold Research Grant. Whitney Humanities Center, Yale University (1983-84)

Honorary Degree of Master of Arts, privatim, Yale University (1991)

Research Award, the Wu Foundation (1991)

Elected Most Distinguished Alumna, Kaohsiung Oil Refinery Primary School, Taiwan. (1992)

Research Award, the Wu Foundation (with Professor Ellen Widmer, Wesleyan University) (1992)

Received CCK-IUC conference fund (with Professor Ellen Widmer, Wesleyan University) (1992)

Received National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) grant (with Professor Ellen Widmer, Wesleyan University) (1992)

A. Whitney Griswold Award, Whitney Humanities Center, Yale University (1985-86)

Morse Fellowship, Yale University (1985-86)

ACLS Fellowship in Chinese Studies (1989)

A. Whitney Griswold Award, Whitney Humanities Center, Yale University (1993-94)

Recipient of "Important Scholarship Publication Subsidy" (Administered by News Bureau, Executive Yuan, Taiwan), for a book in Chinese, Feminist Readings: Classical and Modern Perspectives (1998)

Received annual salary supplement from Yale Provost intended to provide special recognition to Yale faculty who have demonstrated outstanding scholarly achievement or made exemplary contributions to the University (1998-2005; 2007-09)

Received CCK-IUC conference fund (with Professor Huang Tsun-chieh, National Taiwan University, and Professor Cheng Pei-kai, Hong Kong City University) to organize the international conference "Poetic Thought and Hermeneutics in Traditional China-A Cross-Cultural Perspective," Yale University, May 1-4 (2003)

Faculty Fellow, Whitney Humanities Center, Yale University (2002-04)

Received Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation Inter-University Center for Sinology (CCK-IUC) conference fund (with Professor Ping-hui Liao, National Tsing-hwa University, Taiwan, and Professor David Wang, Harvard University) to organize the international conference "Taiwan and Its Context," Yale University, April 26-28 (2007)

DeVane Medal for Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching and Scholarship (2012)

Academician, American Academy of Arts and Sciences (2015)

 Current
 Positions

The inaugural Malcolm G. Chace '56 Professor of Chinese Literature, Department of East Asian Languages & Literatures, Yale University