Field: Chinese Literature
Advisor: Shang Wei
Noga is a PhD candidate in Chinese Studies. She is currently writing her dissertation, which examines hagiographic narratives in the context of late-Ming print culture and lay religious practice. Before joining the program, Noga received her BA and MA from Tel Aviv University, Israel, and in between studied at Xiamen University. Her master’s thesis explored the literary tradition and religious worship of judge Bao-gong in late imperial and modern China and Taiwan. She is interested in late-imperial Chinese cultural history, and in particular the dynamics between literature and religion.