Yanhong Zhu Assistant Professor of Chinese
East Asian Language Center (The Red House) 3
Ph.D. University of Southern California
B.A. East China Normal University
Yanhong Zhu's primary research interests are in critical theory, modern Chinese literature, and Chinese film and culture.
CHIN 261 - Intermediate Intensive Chinese I
CHIN 262 - Intermediate Intensive Chinese II
CHIN 301 - Advanced Chinese I
CHIN 312 - Advanced Chinese: Masterworks of modern Chinese literature
LIT 220 - Modern Chinese Literature in Translation
EALL 215 - East Asian Cinema
Zhu, Y. H. (2012). “The Moment and Eternity: On the Modernist Elements in Eileen Chang’s Fiction.” In Zhang Ailing: Zhuanqi • Xingbie • Xipu (Eileen Chang: Legends, Gender and Geneology). pp. 59-74. Taiwan: Linking Publishing.
Zhu, Y. H. (2013). "A Past Revisited: Re-presentation of the Nanjing Massacre in City of Life and Death." Journal of Chinese Cinemas, forthcoming.
Zhu, Y. H. (2012). "ã‚°ãƒãƒ¼ãƒãƒ«åŒ–ã™ã‚‹å—äº¬å¤§è™æ®º (Globalizing Nanjing Massacre)." Ecce æ˜ åƒã¨æ‰¹è©• (Visual Culture Criticism). Vol. 3, Special Issue, pp. 139-60.
Zhu, Y. H. (2012). "Audio-Visual Media and Language Learning: The Use of Video-based Material in Chinese Language Teaching”. Research on Concepts and Practice of Developing Chinese Language Teaching Materials: Proceedings of Tenth International Conference on Chinese Language Pedagogy. pp. 257-262. Hangzhou: Zhenjiang daxue chubanshe.
Review of of Twentieth-Century Chinese Women’s Poetry: An Anthology, ed. and trans. Julia C. Lin. MCLC Resource Center Publication at the Ohio State University, February 2011.
University of Southern California, Associate-in-Research of East Asian Studies Center, January - August 2013
Occidental College, Adjunct Instructor, Fall Term 2008