Miya Qiong Xie

Assistant Professor
Academic Appointments

Assistant Professor of Chinese Literature and Culture

I am a scholar of Comparative Literature and my research involves modern Chinese, Korean and Japanese literatures. I am currently working on my first book manuscript, Borderland Matters: Manchuria and the Making and Unmaking of National Literatures in East Asia (1920-1950) and my second book project on Ethnic Korean literature in China. I am also guest editing a special issue for Prism: Theory and Modern Chinese Literature on Chinese literature across the borderlands with David Wang and Kyle Shernuk. My articles appear and will appear in Journal of World Literature, Prism: Theory and Modern Chinese LiteratureManchukuo Perspectives: Transnational Approaches to Literary Production, and Imagining Communities: Reading Contemporary China Against the Grain. My first book project has received generous support from a Japan Foundation Japanese Studies Fellowship, an SSRC InterAsia Junior Scholar Fellowship, and a Chiang Ching-kuo Scholar Grant.

Bartlett Hall 202
HB 6191
Asian Societies, Cultures, and Languages
B.A. Peking University, Korean Language, Literature and Culture
M.A. Leiden University, Literary Theory
Ph.D Harvard University, Comparative Literature