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Short biography

Lin Shu-hui is a professor in the Department of Taiwan Culture, Languages and Literature at National Taiwan Normal University. Her academic works include A Collection of Taiwan Customs, Taiwanese Prose during the Qing Dynasty, Customs & Memory and Enlightenment: A Digital Archive of Taiwanese Cultural Discourse, The Mood of the Traveler: Taiwanese Travel Writing during the Colonial Period. She specializes in research on travel literature, the history of Taiwanese literature, and Taiwanese culture, and is currently a visiting scholar at Academia Sinica in the Institute of European and American Studies and has been a visiting scholar at their Institute of Taiwanese History, as well as their Institute of Chinese Literature and Philosophy. She has received many awards in Taiwan, including the Academic Award for Research, the Award of Taiwanese Literature Research, and a publishing award from the Research Institute for the Humanities and Social Sciences.

Major publications

  • A Collection of Taiwan Customs,
  • Taiwanese Prose during the Qing Dynasty,
  • Customs & Memory and Enlightenment: A Digital Archive of Taiwanese Cultural Discourse,
  • The Mood of the Traveler: Taiwanese Travel Writing during the Colonial Period.

Research interests

Travel literature, the history of Taiwanese literature, and Taiwanese culture.

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