Ming Dong Gu is Professor of Chinese and Comparative Literature. He also serves as director of The Confucius Institute. His areas of specialization include:

  • Chinese and English Literature
  • Literary Theory
  • Comparative Poetics
  • Comparative Thought
  • Fiction Theory
  • Hermeneutics
  • Psychoanalytic and Semiotic Approaches to Literature, Art, and Cultural Studies

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Recent Submissions

  • Sinology, Sinologism, and New Sinology 

    Gu, Ming Dong; Zhou, X. (Routledge, 2018)
    Sinologism is a recent cultural theory that focuses on Sinology, China–West studies, and cross-cultural knowledge production. Since its proposition at the turn of the 21st century, it has aroused substantial interest and ...
  • The Theoretical Debate on “Sinologism”: A Rejoinder to Mr. Zhang Xiping 

    Gu, Ming Dong (Routledge, 2019-03-28)
    This article is a direct response to Zhang Xiping’s criticism of Sinologism in particular and to the overall critique of Sinologism in general. With a succinct account of what Sinologism is, it provides detailed answers ...