Mou, Sherry J., Ph.D.
Modern Languages, Harrison Hall, Room 313
Professor of Modern Languages (Chinese) and Asian Studies
Sherry J. Mou received her Ph.D. in Classical Chinese Women’s History from The Ohio State University. She teaches Chinese literature, culture, and language in both Modern Languages Department and Asian Studies Program, and she is the coordinator of the Chinese program. She has also taught courses at the Women's Studies and Honor Scholar programs. She has published articles, reviews, and translations in both English and Chinese on Chinese literature, pedagogy, and films. She is the editor of Presence and Presentation: Women in the Chinese Literati Tradition, and she is the author of Gentlemen’s Prescriptions for Women’s Lives: A Thousand Years of Biographies of Chinese Women. She is current working on a book on Confucianism in recent Chinese films and a Reacting to the Past game manual based on an episode from Romance of the Three Kingdoms.
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