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Students from other graduate programs intending to take a doctoral minor in Chinese should consult the director of graduate study. For the minor, at least 12 credits in graduate-level courses are required (400 level or above; certain 300-level courses are accepted with the prior consent of the program).

FACULTY

Anatoly Detwyler, Assistant Professor
Website: https://alc.wisc.edu/about/faculty/anatoly-detwyler
Email: detwyler@wisc.edu
Area: Modern Chinese Literature and History, Comparative New Media, Information Studies

Rania Huntington, Professor
Website: https://alc.wisc.edu/about/faculty/rania-huntington
Email: huntington@wisc.edu
Area: Ming and Qing Narrative and Drama, Chinese Literature of the Weird and Supernatural

William Nienhauser, Professor
Website: https://alc.wisc.edu/about/faculty/william-nienhauser
Email: whnienha@wisc.edu
Area: Early Traditional Chinese Fiction and History; Early Poetry (Du Fu and Tao Qian)

Hongming Zhang, Professor
Website: https://alc.wisc.edu/about/faculty/hongming-zhang
Email: hzhang6@wisc.edu
Area: Chinese Linguistics; History of Chinese Language; Teaching Chinese as a Second Language

Weihua Zhu, Assistant Professor
Website: https://alc.wisc.edu/about/faculty/weihua-zhu
Email: wzhu34@wisc.edu
Area: Chinese Language, Pedagogy and Second Language Acquisition

AFFILIATED FACULTY

Shelly Chan, Associate Professor of History
Website: 
https://history.wisc.edu/people/chan-shelly/
Area: Modern China; migration and diaspora; Nanyang

Joe Dennis, Associate Professor of History
Website: https://history.wisc.edu/people/dennis-joe/
Area: Late imperial China; social, legal, and book history

Wei Dong, Professor in School of Human Ecology
Website: 
https://sohe.wisc.edu/staff/wei-dong/
Area: Asian design and design visualization

Florence C. Hsia, Professor of History of Science
Website: 
https://history.wisc.edu/people/hsia-florence-c/
Area: Early modern science; cross-cultural scientific exchange; science and religion; science and print culture; archives and data practices

Judd Kinzley, Associate Professor of History
Website: https://history.wisc.edu/people/kinzley-judd/
Area: Modern China and Xinjiang; environmental history, borderlands; material-centered history; political economy

Weijia Li, Assistant Professor in German, Nordic, and Slavic
Website: 
https://elpa.education.wisc.edu/elpa/people/faculty-and-staff-directory/weijia-li
Area: German-Chinese cultural exchange in the 20th c.

Yafei Li, Professor of Language Sciences
Website: https://langsci.wisc.edu/people/facstaff/li
Area: Syntax and morphology of Chinese

Yuhang Li, Assistant Professor of Art History
Website: https://arthistory.wisc.edu/people/faculty/li
Area: Chinese art, gender, and material practices in late imperial china; Buddhism and art; textile and costume history; Qing court art

Viren Murthy, Associate Professor of History
Website: 
https://history.wisc.edu/people/murthy-viren/
Area: East Asian intellectual history; Marxism; Buddhism

Zhongdang Pan, Professor of Communication Science
Website: https://commarts.wisc.edu/people/zhongdangpan
Area: Media and social changes in the PRC; comparative journalism in PRC, Taiwan, and HK; civic values in Chinese cities

Dianna Xu, East Asian Studies Librarian
Website: https://www.library.wisc.edu/subjects/east-asia/

Yongming Zhou, Professor of Anthropology
Website: https://www.anthropology.wisc.edu/staff/zhou-yongming/
Area: Cultural anthropologist of China and East Asia; development; media politics; environment; drugs; ethnicity and tourism; cyberspace