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Alexei Ditter, Associate Professor of Chinese
Medieval and late imperial Chinese prose, poetry and fiction, genre theory, cultural memory and commemoration, economics of writing in medieval China.
B.A. 1995 University of Minnesota. M.A. 2001, Ph.D. 2009 Princeton University. Reed College 2006–.
Office: Eliot 114
Alexei Ditter Douglas Fix, Elizabeth C. Ducey Professor of Asian Studies and Humanities
Modern China and Japan.
B.A. 1977 University of Colorado, Boulder. M.A. 1983, Ph.D. 1993 University of California, Berkeley. Reed College 1990–.
Office: Eliot 423
Formosa: 19th Century Images Denise Hare, Dr. Lester B. Lave Professor of Economics
Economics of development, labor economics, economics of transition, China's economy.
B.A. 1983 Carleton College. Ph.D. 1992 Stanford University. Reed College 1992–.
Office: Eliot 406
Denise Hare Jing Jiang, Associate Professor of Chinese and Humanities
Modern Chinese literature and culture, theories of modernity, nationalism, subjectivity, gender studies, film studies.
B.A. 1992 Nanjing University, Nanjing. M.A. 1995 Peking University, Beijing. Ph.D. 2006 University of Michigan. Reed College 2006–.
Office: Eliot 428
Jing Jiang Charlene Makley, Professor of Anthropology
Development, globalization, anthropology of capitalism, exchange and value, gender, ethnicity, nationalism, religion and ritual, feminist theory, linguistic anthropology, China, Tibet, East Asia.
B.A. 1986 Middlebury College. M.A. 1993, Ph.D. 1999 University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Reed College 2000–.
Office: 312 Vollum
Charlene Makley Hyong Rhew, Professor of Chinese and Humanities
Classical Chinese literature, Chinese literary theory, Chinese intellectual history, Korean literature.
B.A. 1978 Hankuk University of Foreign Studies. M.A. 1983 Fu-Jen Catholic University. M.A. 1987, Ph.D. 1993 Princeton University. Reed College 1988–.
Office: Eliot 122
Hyong Rhew Michelle H. Wang, Assistant Professor of Art History and Humanities
Art and archaeology of early China.
B.A. 2007 Swarthmore College. Ph.D. 2014 University of California, Berkeley. Reed College 2015–.
Office: Library 323
Tobias Benedikt Zürn, Visiting Assistant Professor of Religion and Humanities
Chinese religions, Daoist and Buddhist textual and material cultures, (Daoist) ritual theory, Practices of embodiment and conceptualizations of the body in East Asia, Multimedia reception history of the Zhuangzi, Premodern Chinese aesthetics and poetics.
Zwischenprüfung 2005 Humboldt University, Berlin, MA 2008 University of Munich, MA 2010, PhD 2016 University of Wisconsin, Madison Office: ETC
Tobias Benedikt Zürn