Bingxiao Liu is a Ph.D. student in the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures at Stanford University. Her research interests include premodern Chinese literature, cultural and intellectual history; gender and sexuality; emotions, literary and political culture. Her research examines how emotions are invoked or invented to constitute interpersonal ties in 3rd - 6th century China. Working with official histories, commentaries, inscriptions, and literary works, her project explores the reconceptualization of identity and community in emotive terms and the signification of emotion as the legitimizing basis for a new social order in medieval China.
Education & Certifications
MA, Stanford University, East Asian Languages and Cultures (2017)
BA, Fudan University, Chinese Language and Literature (2014)
BA, Fudan University, Journalism (2014)
Certificate, Ritsumeikan University, Japanese (2016)
- Translation of the Inscription “Journey to Seek Mountain” Contemporary Chinese Painting from the Collection of Akiko Yamazaki and Jerry Yang IRIS & B. Gerald Canter Center for Visual Arts at Stanford University and Stanford University Press. 2018: 178-79
- Female Representations and Literati’s Narrative Strategy: Reading Mid and Late Tang Stories Princeton Journal of East Asian Studies 2018: 4-17