MA PROGRAM DIRECTOR AND LECTURER IN DISCIPLINE
Gal Gvili received her B.A and M.A from Hebrew University in Jerusalem and her PhD in Modern Chinese Literature and Comparative Literature and Society from Columbia University in 2015. She researches and teaches in early modern, modern, and contemporary Chinese literature, and literary and cultural theory. Her current research, entitled “The Invention of Sympathy: Realism, Religion and Resonance in Modern Chinese Literature” explores how literary realism became the vehicle for achieving national salvation from Western imperialism in Republican China (1911–1949).
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