Junliang Huang received her Ph.D. from Department of Asian Studies at Cornell University in 2015. Her research interests include modern Japanese and Chinese literature, war memory, narrative analysis, postcolonial theory, translation theory, and cultural criticism.
Huang’s most recent publications include “Katari no poriteikusu: Hayashi Kyōko no ‘roji’ ni senzaisuru amerika” (“The Politics of Narration: The America Hidden in Hayashi Kyōko’s ‘Roji’”), in Shakai bungaku, No. 45 (March 2017); “Gengo/jendaa no poritikusu kara miru Akutagawa Ryūnosuke no seisei—Shina yuki o chūshin ni” (“Becoming Akutagawa Ryūnosuke: Language and Gender Politics in Shina yuki), in Quadrante No. 15 (March 2013); and “30~40 nendai no chūgoku ni okeru zadan no hajimari” (“The Beginning of Zadan/Zuotan in 1930s-40s China”), in “Zadankai” no seiritsu: Nihon oyobi higashi ajia ni okeru keifu (The Birth of “Zadankai”: A Genealogy in Japan and East Asia), edited by Takahashi Seori, Seori shobō, forthcoming. She has also published translations and book reviews.
Ph.D. 2015, Cornell University
M.A. 2007, The Ohio State University
M.A. 2004, East China Normal University
B.A. 2001, East China Normal University