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Xiaoqiao Ling

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Asst Professor, Chinese
Faculty, TEMPE Campus, Mailcode 0202
Biography

Her main field of interest is late imperial Chinese literature with a focus on performance texts, vernacular fiction, and the print culture. She is currently working on a book manuscript that explores traumatic memories and their transmission across generations during the Manchu conquest of China in the seventeenth century. She has published in both Chinese and English on fiction and drama commentary, legal imagination in literature, memory and trauma in seventeenth-century China. 

Education

Xiaoqiao Ling received her BA from Renmin University, M.A. from the University of Washington, and Ph.D. from Harvard University. 

Research Interests

Her main field of interest is late imperial Chinese literature with a focus on performance texts and vernacular fiction. She is currently working on a book manuscript that explores traumatic memories and their transmission across generations during the Manchu conquest of China in the seventeenth century. 

Publications

Selected publications:

“History-Making and Remembrance in Taohua shan 桃花扇 (Peach Blossom Fan).” In Books, Structure of Knowledge, and Cultural Transmission 圖書、知識建構與文化傳播. Edited by Li Sher-shiueh李奭學 and Hu Hsiao-chen 胡曉真, pp. 257–312. Taipei: Hanxue yanjiu zhongxin, 2015.

「夷虜淫毒之慘」—借《西廂記》閱讀《海陵佚史》(Debauchery and Barbarity: Reading Retrieved History of Hailing against The Western Wing). Tsing Hua Journal of Chinese Literature 清華中文學報, 12 (December 2014): 153–200.

Co-authored with Guo Yingde 郭英德. “Fresh Faces for Those Full of Emotions: Zhu Suchen’s Qinlou yue.” Journal of Chinese Literature and Culture, 1:1–2 (November 2014): 65–89.

“Home and Imagined Stage in Ding Yaokang’s Huaren you (Ramblings with Magicians): The Communal Reading of a Seventeenth-century Play.” CHINOPERL: Journal of Chinese Oral and Performing Literature, 33.1 (July 2014): 1–36.

“Law, Deities, and Beyond: From the Sanyan Stories to Xingshi yinyuan zhuan.Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies, 74.1 (June 2014): 1–42.

“Crafting a Book: The Sequel to The Plum in the Golden Vase.” East Asian Publishing and Society, 3 (2013): 115–152.

Research Activity
  • Ling,Xiaoqiao*. To Remember Re-member and Disremember: Instrumentality of Traditional Chinese Texts. CCKF(2/15/2015 - 7/15/2015).
Fall 2017
Course NumberCourse Title
CHI 321Chinese Literature
CHI 691Seminar
Spring 2017
Course NumberCourse Title
CHI 322Chinese Literature
CHI 598Special Topics
Fall 2016
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CHI 120Intro to Chinese Culture
SLC 120Intro to Chinese Culture
CHI 321Chinese Literature
Spring 2016
Course NumberCourse Title
CHI 322Chinese Literature
CHI 598Special Topics
Fall 2015
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CHI 321Chinese Literature
CHI 561Readings Traditional Xiaoshuo
Spring 2014
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SLC 202Literary & Cultural Theory
CHI 598Special Topics
Fall 2013
Course NumberCourse Title
CHI 321Chinese Literature
CHI 494Special Topics
CHI 598Special Topics
Spring 2013
Course NumberCourse Title
CHI 598Special Topics
CHI 691Seminar