Prof. Graham Sanders

Fellow of the College
Associate Professor, Department of East Asian Studies, U of T

BA (Chinese Studies, English), University of Toronto, 1990

PhD (Classical Chinese Literature), Harvard University, 1996

Teaching Area:
Classical Chinese literature

Research Interests:
Narrative & poetry, specifically composition, performance and reception of poetry as depicted in narratives.

Shen Fu. Six Records of a Floating Life. Translated with an Introduction by Graham Sanders. Cambridge, Mass.: Hackett Publishing Company, Sep 2011.

“Out With It! Torture and the Aesthetics of Narrative in Chinese Vernacular Stories.” Universitas: Philosophy and Culture 37.3 (Mar 2010), pp. 103-30.

Words Well Put: Visions of Poetic Competence in the Chinese Tradition. 2006. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Asia Center. 400 pp.

The Appropriation of Cultural Capital: China’s May Fourth Movement. 2001. Edited by Milena M Dolezelovz-Velingerovz and Oldrich Kral with Graham Sanders. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard Asia Center. 450 pp.

And various other book chapters, articles and book reviews.

Awards, Affiliations, Personal Interests, etc.:
Mellon Fellow ’90
Co-editor, T’ang Studies Society Journal

Graham Sanders