Dr Pamela Hunt
Leverhulme Early Career Fellow (Oriental Institute)
BA, MPhil (Oxford)
MA, PhD (SOAS, University of London)
My previous research focused on representations of masculinity and rebellion in post-1989 Chinese fiction.
My current project considers the connection between literature and mobility in China since 1992. I explore how travel is represented in post-reform texts, and how the field itself is shaped by new possibilities of movement.
I completed my PhD at SOAS, University of London, having obtained an MA from SOAS, and an MPhil and BA from Oxford.
From 2015-2017 I was a Chiang Ching-Kuo Postdoctoral Fellow, affiliated with the University of Oxford China Centre.
I have taught classes in modern Chinese literature, modern Chinese film, comparative literature, and translation at undergraduate and graduate levels.
December 2016. ‘Drifting Through the Capital: “Floating” Migrants and Masculinity in Xu Zechen’s Fiction’, The Journal of the British Association for Chinese Studies, 1-34.
(Forthcoming) ‘Global and Local Phallic Creativity: Intertextuality in Feng Tang’s Construction of Masculinity’, in Song Geng and Derek Hird (eds), The Cosmopolitan Dream: Transnational Chinese Masculinities in a Global Age. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.