Professor of Chinese Studies and Environmental Studies, Brooklyn College, USA
Prof. Chang has taught at several universities, including the University of Florida at Gainesville; Trinity University, Texas; and Washington and Lee University, Virginia. Her first book in Chinese, The Global Imagination of the Ecological Communities: Western and Chinese Ecocritical Praxis (Jiangsu University Press, 2013), won the 2013 Bureau of Jiangsu Province Journalism and Publication Book Award (Social Science division). She is also a co-editor of an anthology, Ecocriticism in Taiwan: Identity, Environment, and the Arts (w/ Scott Slovic, Lexington, 2016).
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Research interests: Comparative/Chinese/Asian/transnational environmental humanities: environmental justice studies; critical animal studies; climate change documentary, literature, and cultural studies; Buddhist animal/environmental ethics, Zen eco-aesthetics and koan literature.