Miya Qiong Xie

Assistant Professor of Chinese, Asian and Middle Eastern Languages and LiteraturesDartmouth College

Bio

Miya Q. Xie is an Assistant Professor of Chinese Literature in the Program of Asian Societies, Cultures and Languages at Dartmouth College. Her specialty is comparative East Asian literature written in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean. Her research interests include frontier and borderland literature, trauma studies, gender and sexuality, and colonial and post-colonial studies. Her current book project concerns trilingual literature written in or about Manchuria, a borderland in northeastern Asia. She holds a PhD in Comparative Literature from Harvard University, an M.A. in Literary Studies from Leiden University, an M.A. in Asian and African Languages and Literatures from Peking University, and a B.A. in Korean Language and Culture from Peking University.

Award Information

Transregional Research Junior Scholar Fellowship: InterAsian Contexts and Connections (2017-2018)

Assistant Professor of Chinese, Asian and Middle Eastern Languages and LiteraturesDartmouth College

Frontier Narration and the Modern Nations in Transnational East Asia: The Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and Taiwanese Literary Territorialization of Manchuria (1920–1950)