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Ph.D. Student in Chinese, admitted Autumn 2017
Ph.D. Minor, Slavic Languages and Literatures
BioI am a Ph.D. Candidate in modern Chinese literature. Before coming to Stanford, I received a Bachelor’s degree in History of Art from the University of Warsaw and a Master’s degree in Literary Theory (文艺学) from Zhejiang University. Entitled “Words of Passion: Narrative Technologies of Modern China,” my dissertation integrates natural language processing (NLP) and cognitive narratology to explore the relationship between embodied cognition and the formal side of narratives produced in China during the long twentieth century.
More info: https://ealc.stanford.edu/people/maciej-kurzynski
Assistant Professor of Art and Art History
BioMarci Kwon specializes in art and culture of the United States. Her research and teaching interests include the intersection of fine art and vernacular practice, theories of modernism, cultural exchange between Asia and the Americas, "folk" and "self-taught" art, and issues of race and objecthood. Her current book project considers the work of Joseph Cornell and the desire for a populist art in the mid-century United States. She is also working on a study of the intersections of art and anthropology in American modernism.