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Adjunct Assistant Professor Jen-feng Kuo (郭任峯)

Education

Ph.D. Philosophy, Interpretation, and Culture. Binghamton University – State University of New York, 2010

M.A. Human Development. Binghamton University – State University of New York, 2002

B.A. Sociology, with Philosophy Minor. National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C., 1997

 

Employment

Adjunct Assistant Professor. Center for General Education, China Medical University. Taiwan, R.O.C. January 2016-

Adjunct Assistant Professor. Center for General Education, National Chi Nan University. Taiwan, R.O.C. January 2016-

Adjunct Assistant Professor. Center for General Education, National Taiwan University. Taiwan, R.O.C. January 2016-

Adjunct Assistant Professor. Center for General Education, Tunghai University. Taiwan, R.O.C. January 2016-

Project Assistant Professor. Department of Foreign Languages and Literature, Asia University. Taiwan, R.O.C. September 2015 – December 2015

Project Assistant Professor. Center for General Education, China Medical University. Taiwan, R.O.C. November 2011 – May 2015

Postdoctoral Research Fellow. Social Sciences Research Center, National Science Council. Taiwan, R.O.C. October 2010 – May 2011.

 

Awards and Fellowships

The Annual Excellence Award for 2014

The Annual Excellence Award for 2013

China Medical University, Taiwan, R.O.C.

Dissertation Awards for Studies of Overseas Chinese Affairs, 2010

Overseas Chinese Association, Taiwan, R.O.C.

Graduate Assistantship. Fall 2007 – Spring 2008.
Center for Interdisciplinary Studies in Philosophy, Interpretation, and Culture.

Dissertation Semester Fellowship Award. Spring 2007.
The Program in Philosophy, Interpretation, and Culture, (PIC) in compliance with the Council of Graduate School, SUNY – Binghamton.
 

Publications

“Bridging Empires, Transgressing Disciplines: Methodological Interventions in Asian America”. Co-written by Jen-feng Kuo and Shireen Roshanravan. Decoloniality as Resistance and Communal Other-Sense. (upcoming)
 

“The Formation of Social Space of Chinese Women in the Early Twentieth Century” (In Chinese) The Journal of Overseas Chinese Research, 1 (Dec., 2011). 47-82.

 

Selected Teaching Experiences

Cinema and Social Culture in Taiwan (All-English course)

Women and Taiwanese Society. (All-English course)

Gender, Sex/uality, and the Society. (All-English course)

City, the Society, and Urban Space. (All-English course)

Image and the City.

Religions, Immigrant, Contemporary U.S. (as lecturer, at SUNY-Binghamton, U.S.A.)

 

Selected Conference/Proseminar Presentations
 

"Reading the Political Navigations of Asian American Women: Methodological Interventions from the Decolonial Turn”. Association for Asian American Studies Conference, Washington, D.C., 2012.

“The Domain of Chinese Sojourner Women: the Questions of Subjectivity and Modernity Regarding the Social Space of Chinese Women in Early Twentieth-Century United States” (in Chinese). National Quemoy University, Taiwan, R.O.C., 2010

“Studying Chinese American Women and the Questions of Gender, Race, and Empire.” PIC Proseminar/colloquium Series, SUNY-Binghamton, 2010.

“The Modern Turn of Chinese Buddhism.” New York Conference on Asian Studies, St. Lawrence University, 2006.

“Green Card for Buddha: Congregational Institutionalization as a Form of Assimilation.” Asian Migrations Conference, SUNY-Binghamton, 2006.
 

Seminar Organizer

“N+1,” CPIC seminar with Dr. Mary Pat Brady (Cornell University). May 7th, 2008.

“Diasporic and Liberatory Intersections of Color in the Americas,” CPIC seminar with Dr. Lisa Yun (Binghamton University). April 29th, 2008.

“‘The Unbreakable System of Tabus’: English Manliness in Late Imperial Spaces,” CPIC seminar with Dr. Praseeda Gopinath (Binghamton University). February 27th, 2008.

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