2012.10-2017.3: 荷兰莱顿大学人文学院 英语语言文学 文学博士学位 （英美文学方向）
2009.9-2012.6: f1娱乐官网 英语语言文学专业 文学硕士学位（英美文学方向）
2005. 9-2009.6: 山东财经大学f1娱乐官网 英语专业 文学学士学位
1.Cui Chen (2020) “A Flake of Obsidian”: The Mother’s Suicide and Redemption in Cormac McCarthy’s The Road, The Explicator, 78:2, 113-117, DOI: 10.1080/00144940.2020.1777385 (A&HCI)
2.Cui Chen (2020): The Child Savage: Rethinking the Eurocentric Rhetoric of Civilization in William Golding’s Lord of the Flies, Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction, DOI: 10.1080/00111619.2020.1782327 (A&HCI)
3.Cui Chen.“Savage as Living Ghost: Rethinking Eurocentrism and Decoloniality in The Revenant.” Subjects Barbarous, Monstrous, and Wild: In Literature, Art and Contemporary Politics. Eds. Maria Boletsi and Tyler Sage. Brill publishers. 2017.
Dirlik, Arif. “Literary Identity/Cultural Identity: Being Chinese in the Contemporary World.” Trans. Wu, Jinhua and Cui Chen. Monumenta Taiwanica. Vol. 9 April 2014: 169-190
Address: Hongjialou 5, English Department, School of Foreign Languages and Literature, Jinan, Shandong, China
2012.10-2017.3 PhD of Modern and Contemporary Studies, Centre for the Arts in Society, Leiden University, The Netherlands. Thesis title: The Savage as Living Ghost: Representations of Native Americans and Scholarly Failures to Dismantle the Notion of the Savage.
2009.9-2012.7 Master of Arts, School of Foreign Languages and Literature, Shandong University, Jinan, People’s Republic of China.
2005.9-2009.7 Bachelor of Arts, School of Foreign Studies, Shandong University of Finance and Economics, Jinan, People’s Republic of China.
Fields of Interest
English Literature, Literature and politics, Literature and law, Literary theory, cultural theory and political theory
English Literature, Modern and Postmodern Literature, Literature and Context, Bible and Western Culture, Advanced English
I am interested in how the Eurocentric notion of the savage is used in Western discourse and how literary scholars and critics try to dismantle the notion of the savage in the last seventy years. Their efforts include the structuralist attempt, the post-structuralist attempt, the multiculturalist attempt, and the decolonial attempt. I am interested in how these attempts deal with the savage and how they lead to one another in a row. However, it turns out that it is almost impossible to eradicate the savage, since it is regarded as the indispensable opposite part of the civilized. I would argue that the reason for the failure to dismantle the notion of the savage is that it keeps haunting Western discourse as living ghosts.