Affective Dimensions of Precarity in Contemporary Chinese and English Fiction
Luce East Asia Fellowship, 2018–19
Lanlan Du is a professor of English language and literature at Shanghai Jiao Tong University. She is interested in Judith Butler’s poststructuralist feminist thoughts, queer theory, comparative literature, twenty-first century English fiction, and contemporary Chinese fiction by female writers.
- Forthcoming article: Lanlan Du, “Nature and Ethnic Women: An Ecofeminist Reading of Chi Zijian’s The Last Quarter of the Moon and Linda Hogan’s Solar Storms.” Comparative Literature Studies 55, no. 4 (2018).
- Du, Lanlan. “Feminism, Gender Studies and Feminist Criticism in China.” In Frontiers of Literary Theory, edited by Wang Ning, 150-76. Beijing: Peking University Press, 2017.
- Du, Lanlan. “Transformation of French ecriture feminine in China.” Comparative Literature and Transcultural Studies 1 (2017): 104–09.
- Du, Lanlan. “Gendered Narrative of Suffering in Mo Yan’s Breasts and Wide Hips.” Neohelicon 43, no. 1 (2016): 27–44.
- Du, Lanlan. “Home is the Psychic Space Where the Self Dwells: Trauma and Ethics in Toni Morrison’s Home.” Contemporary Foreign Literature 4 (2016): 125–31.
- Du, Lanlan. Judith Butler’s Poststructuralist Feminism and Ethical Thoughts. Beijing: Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press, 2016.
- Du, Lanlan. “From Taboo to Open Discussion: Discourses of Sexuality in Azalea Mountain and Red Azalea.” Comparative Literature Studies 52, no. 1 (2015): 130-44.