Rebecca is a G1 in the Regional Studies: East Asia program at the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. Her research interests include early 20th century Chinese literature, Beijing literature, and global Modernism. She received her B.A. in English literature from Columbia University.
Henry Ford II Professor of the Social Sciences, Emeritus
Research interests: modern Japan; Japanese industrialization; rise of Japan communist society in China; Deng Xiaoping; United States relations with Asia; reform era China; the second Sino-Japanese War.
Research interests: modern Chinese literature and culture in comparative frameworks; translation studies; critical theory; intellectual politics and aesthetic modernity in the 19th and 20th centuries; comparative poetics
Edward C. Henderson Professor of Chinese Literature
Research interests: modern and contemporary Chinese literature, late Qing fiction and drama; comparative literary theory; colonial and modern Taiwanese fiction, and Asian American and diasporic literature; Chinese intellectuals and artists in the mid-20th century