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院士簡歷

Current Positions
  • The inaugural Malcolm G. Chace '56 Professor of Chinese Literature, Department of East Asian Languages & Literatures, Yale University
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)
  • Elected Outstanding Alumni, Tunghai University (2016)