Richard Huanyu Yue

PhD student in Chinese & Comparative Literature
research interests:
  • Modern Chinese Literature
  • Late Qing Fiction and Poetry
  • Colonial & Modern Taiwanese Fiction
  • Chinese Diasporic Literature
  • Affect & Emotion Theory
  • Geo-Poetics
  • Chineseness, Sinophone, and Diaspora
  • Memory and Post-Memory Studies
  • New Cultural History
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  • Washington University
  • CB 1111
  • One Brookings Drive
  • St. Louis, MO 63130-4899
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Richard Huanyu Yue is a PhD student in the Chinese and Comparative Literature joint degree program.

Yue graduated from Hong Kong University of Science and Technology in 2018 with an MPhil degree in Humanities. He works on modern Chinese literature; late Qing fiction and poetry, especially apocalyptic writing in epic forms; colonial and modern Taiwanese fiction; Chinese diasporic literature; Chinese intellectuals in the late-19th and early-20th century. His theoretical interests include comparative literary theories; affect and emotion theories; geo-poetics; Chineseness, Sinophone, and Diaspora; memory and post-memory studies; and New Cultural History.