Haun Saussy is University Professor at the University of Chicago. He holds an MPhil and a PhD from Yale University and a BA from Duke University. His books include The Problem of a Chinese Aesthetic, Great Walls of Discourse and Other Adventures in Cultural China, The Ethnography of Rhythm: Orality and its Technologies, Translation as Citation: Zhuangzi Inside Out, and as editor or coeditor, Comparative Literature in an Age of Globalization, Sinographies: Writing China, Fenollosa/Pound, The Chinese Written Character as a Medium for Poetry: A Critical Edition, Partner to the Poor: A Paul Farmer Reader, and A Book to Burn and a Book to Keep Hidden: Selected Writings of Li Zhi.
About the contributors
Mark Bender is Professor of Chinese literature and folklore at The Ohio State University.
Nicola Di Cosmo is the Henry Luce Foundation Professor of East Asian Studies at the Institute for Advanced Study (Princeton, NJ).
Phyllis Granoff is the Lex Hixon Professor of Religious Studies at Yale University.
Wilt L. Idema is Professor of Chinese literature at Harvard University and a recipient of the prestigious Special Book Award of China.
Mabel Lee, PhD, FAHA, is currently an adjunct professor of Chinese Studies at the University of Sydney and honorary professor at the Open University of Hong Kong
Perry Link is the Chancellorial Chair for Innovation in Teaching Across Disciplines at the University of California, Riverside, and Emeritus Professor of East Asian Studies at Princeton University.
Tansen Sen is Professor of History and the Director of the Center for Global Asia at NYU Shanghai, and Global Network Professor at NYU.
Koichi Shinohara is Senior Lecturer of Religious Studies and East Asian Languages & Literatures at Yale University.
Jerome Silbergeld is the P. Y. and Kinmay W. Tang Professor of Chinese Art History, Emeritus, and founding director of the Tang Center for East Asian Art at Princeton University.
Tanya Storch is Professor of Religious Studies at the University of the Pacific.
Emma J. Teng is the T.T. and Wei Fong Chao Professor of Asian Civilizations and the Head of Global Studies and Languages at MIT.
David Der-wei Wang is the Edward C. Henderson Professor of Chinese Literature at Harvard University.
Ellen Widmer is the Mayling Soong Professor of Chinese Studies and Professor of East Asian Studies at Wellesley College.
Mimi Yiengpruksawan is Professor in the History of Art at Yale University.