Assistant Professor, BA (Jilin University, China); MA (Lamar University, Texas, USA); PhD (University of New Brunswick, Canada)
Office: McCain 3021
Bio: Shao-Pin Luo holds a PhD in English Literature from the University of New Brunswick. Her main research interests are in postcolonial literature, diaspora studies, translation studies, and intercultural approaches in language teaching and learning. She currently teaches the Mandarin Chinese classes at Dalhousie University.
- The Castle. With an introductory essay. English translation of a contemporary Chinese novel by Jia Pingwa. Toronto: York Press Ltd., 1997.
- “Postcolonial Literature.” (In Chinese). In Western Literary Studies: Traditions, Trends, and Topics. Eds. Jian-Zhong Lin and Shouhua Qi. Forthcoming from Beijing University Press, 2007.
- “Intertextuality in Amitav Ghosh’s The Hungry Tide.” In Essays on Amitav Ghosh, edited by Chitra Sankaran. Forthcoming from Marshall Cavendish Academic, 2007.
- “Electronic Media in the Language Classroom.” The Journal of Research for the Teaching of Chinese in Canada. Forthcoming from Nankai University Press, 2007.
- “Translation and Transformation in Chorus of Mushrooms and When Fox Is a Thousand.” In Asian Women: Interconnections. Eds. Tineke Hellwig and Sunera Thobani. Toronto: Canadian Scholars Press/Women’s Press, 2006. 115-138.
- “Magic Mountain, Sacred Script: A Bakhtinian Reading of the Novels of Gao Xingjian.” Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction 46.3 (Spring 2005): 283-300.
- “Rewriting Travel: Ahdaf Soueif’s The Map of Love and Bharati Mukherjee’s The Holder of the World.” The Journal of Commonwealth Literature 38.2 (Summer 2003): 77-104.
- “‘Living the Wrong Life’: Kazuo Ishiguro’s Unconsoled Orphans.” The Dalhousie Review 83.1 (Spring 2003): 51-80.