Qualifications & Memberships
Chia-rong Wu is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Global, Cultural and Language Studies at the University of Canterbury in New Zealand. Dr. Wu received his PhD in Comparative Literature from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA. He specializes in Sinophone studies with a focus on Taiwan literature and film. His research interests include ghost-island literature (鬼島文學), strange fiction (志怪), Aboriginal literature, and ecocriticism. He is currently supervising PhD students in related fields. Dr. Wu is the author of Supernatural Sinophone Taiwan and Beyond (Cambria Press, 2016) and Remapping the Contested Sinosphere: The Cross-cultural Landscape and Ethnoscape of Taiwan (Cambria Press, 2020). In addition, he is currently serving on the Advisory Board of Taiwan Lit, an online journal centering on studies of Taiwan literature and culture.
Below are the links to the reviews of Dr. Wu's book publications.
- WU C-R. (2020) Remapping the Contested Sinosphere The Cross-Cultural Landscape and Ethnoscape of Taiwan. Cambria Press. http://dx.doi.org/10.15239/9781621965442.
- Wu C-R. (2016) Supernatural Sinophone Taiwan and Beyond. Cambria Press. 242.
- Wu CR. (2021) Spectralizing the White Terror: Horror, Trauma, and the Ghost-Island Narrative in Detention. Journal of Chinese Cinemas http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17508061.2021.1926156.
- Wu C-R. (2020) On Taiwan Literature Studies and Self-reflection. Taiwan Lit 1(2).
- Wu C-R. (2017) Hong Kong Identity in Question: Fruit Chan’s Uncanny Narrative and (Post-)97 Complex. American Journal of Chinese Studies 24(1): 43-56.