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Chinnie Ding is a PhD candidate in English at Harvard University. Her research and teaching interests include Modernism, poetry, Asia, labor, political feeling, cinema, dance, opera, and visual art. Her dissertation focuses on several 20th-century European writers and filmmakers on the Left. She has articles published or forthcoming in SEL: Studies in English Literature and Forum for Modern Language Studies.
Teaching and Research Interests
modernisms; the 1930s; Asia; labor; poetry and poetics; political feeling; world cinema; pastoral; dance; opera
B.A. Literature, Yale University, 2003 M.A. English, Harvard University, 2008
Professor Chinnie Ding along with Vasukia Nesiah and Jo Becker, Advocacy Director of the Children’s Rights Division of Human Rights Watch, spoke about the relationship between labor and human rights on April 2, 2014 as part of the panel “Labor Rights as Human Rights.”