East Asian Languages and Cultural Studies
- M.A. in Foreign Languages and LIteratures, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China
- B.A. in English, Beijing Sport University, Beijing, China
I am currently a Ph.D. student in the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultural Studies at UC Santa Barbara, with an interdisciplinary emphasis in translation studies. I work on modern and contemporary Chinese literature and film, particularly focusing on the memories of the Second World War and the Chinese Civil War. I am interested in in the interdisciplinary study of memory and translation.
Memories of War in Chinese Literature: Comparative Analyses between the Original, Translation and Adaptation
My M.A. thesis focuses on the inntertextual approach to translating anthroponomastic allusions in Taipei People written by Pai Hsien-yung.
- Jiang, L. (2017). English Translation of The Historical Background to the Founding of Modern Literature and Its Spiritual Orientation—Foreword for the Reissue of Modern Literature). Taiwan Literature English Translation Series, pp. 131-42.
- Jiang , L. (2015). Book Review of Can these bones live?: translation, survival, and cultural memory. Asia Pacific Translation and Intercultural Studies, pp. 74-77.
- Jiang , L. (2015). Chinese Translation of Introduction of Can these bones live?: translation, survival, and cultural memory. Asia Pacific Interdisciplinary Translation Studies, pp. 57-70