Ari Larissa Heinrich is Associate Professor of Literature and Cultural Studies in the Literature
Department at UCSD. He researches the intersections of medicine, art, postcoloniality, race, and
queerness, with a focus on stereotypes of Chinese identity. His new book, Chinese Surplus:
Biopolitical Aesthetics and the Medically Commodified Body (Duke University Press,
2018) explores the racialized aesthetics of the body as commodity in the age of biotech.
Dr. Liwei Jiao earned his PhD in Chinese Linguistics from Nankai University in 2003. He joined EAS as Lecturer of East Asian Studies on July 1st, 2018. Before joining Brown, he taught Chinese at University of Pennsylvania for 12 years, the University of Durham in England for one year, and Renmin University of China for 6 years. The courses he has taught include regular and heritage tracks of Chinese courses from beginning through advanced levels, intermediate and advanced Business Chinese courses, and Newspaper/Media Chinese etc.
Please join us for an open house at Gerard House, 54 College Street. Learn more about East Asian Studies at Brown, talk to professors in the department, and share drinks and snacks with fellow students!
All concentrators, EAS-affiliated faculty and staff, Chinese/Korean/Japanese language students and any students interested in EAS courses or the concentration are welcome!
The Department of East Asian Studies at Brown University seeks to fill one full-time Senior Lecturer position in Japanese language, on a renewable basis every three to six years, effective July 1, 2019.