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  • Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program
  • 2004-05
  • Ukraine

Comparative Literature


Sheldon Lu taught at the University of Pittsburgh for ten years before joining the University of California at Davis in 2002 as Professor of Comparative Literature.  His research, scholarship, and teaching lie at the intersection of literary studies, visual studies, film studies, China studies, and cultural theory.  He is the author and editor of a dozen books in English and Chinese.  His writings have appeared in numerous journals and anthologies, such as New Literary HistoryModern Language QuarterlyTelosboundary 2SemioticaComparative Literature Studies, Comparative LiteratureEuropean Review (Academia Europaea)Cinema JournalJump Cutpositions, Post Script, Asian CinemaJournal of Chinese Cinemas, Journal of Modern Literature in Chinese (現代中文文學學報), Chinese Literature: Essays, Articles, Reviews (CLEAR), China InformationHarvard Journal of Asiatic Studies, as well as many Chinese-language journals and books. 

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