Position:

Associate Professor
Associate Dean, Division of Humanities and Social Sciences
Programme Director, English Language Literature Studies

Office:  T2-602-R17
Tel:  (756) 3620206
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                                         ELLS Dr. Charles Lowe            
Academic & Professional Qualifications
  • Ph.D. English (University of Massachusetts at Amherst) (U.S.A.)
  • M.A. English (University of Massachusetts at Amherst)
  • B.A. English and Economics (Drew University) (U.S.A.)
Academic Interests
  •  Creative Writing (Fiction)
  • 19th and 20th Century British Literatures
Selected Research Project / Grants
  • 2014-pres. Co-investigator, “Negotiating a Self-Identity: Representations of Modern China.”. UIC Research Office. Conference and Book (298,000 RMB).
Selected Publications
  • 2019 (forthcoming), “The Practice of Annotation and Translation in Qiu Xiaolong’s Inspector Chen Mysteries.” Imagining Communities: Reading Contemporary China Against the Grain. Carlos Rojas and Mei-hwa Sung, eds.  London: Routledge Press.
  • 2019, “Harvard Love,” Los Angeles: Red Hen Press.
  • 2018, “Baby American Dream.” J Journal: New Writings on Justice, City University of New York.
  • 2016, “250 Foreigner Game.” AGNI, Boston University
  • 2015, “70 Percent Rule.” Prairie Schooner, University of Nebraska.
  • 2013 “Warm Peach.” Fiction International. San Diego State University. Rpt. In Friend, Follow, Text: #Storiesfromlivingonline. Enfield & Wizentry Ltd (2013).
  • 2013 “Teaching an ‘Other’ Literature in China: Is the Speaker of Dylan Thomas’s ‘Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night’ a Good Son?” China and the Human(e/i)ties At the Crossroads of Humanities. Champaign:  Common Ground Publishing LLC.
  • 2010 “Your Flower Boy.” J Journal: New Writings on Justice, City University of New York (nominated for Pushcart Prize).
Courses Taught
  • Advanced Composition
  • Creative Writing
  • Creative Writing in Performance
  • Creative Writing in Publication
  • Major Genre in Literature
  • Speech and Oral Communications
  • Survey of American Literature
  • Survey of British Literature