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Dr. Ti-han Chang is a lecturer of Asia Pacific studies at University of Central Lancashire. Her research interests cover a wide-range of topics, including postcolonial environmental literature, ecocriticism, environmental and animal ethics, socio-political movements, political identity, political censorship, migrant and aboriginal studies. Many of these research topics are investigated in the specific geo-historical frameworks of Post-War Taiwan. Her doctoral thesis carried out a comparative study of the postcolonial eco-literature of a Taiwanese author, Wu Ming-yi and a South African author, J.M. Coetzee.
Dr Ti-han Chang is lecturer in Asia Pacific Studies at the School of Humanities, Language & Global Studies at UCLan. Dr. Chang’s research focuses on postcolonial environmental literature, applying philosophical and theoretical approaches to the study of environmental issues and politics. Her other research interests are migrant literature, aboriginal literature and socio-political movements in the context of Taiwan studies. Dr. Chang welcomes proposals for doctoral research on environmental humanities topics, particularly pertaining to Taiwan and the wider Asia Pacific region.
Dr Chang is a board member of the Francophone Association of Taiwan Studies; a member of the European Association of Taiwan Studies; a staff researcher of the Northern Institute of Taiwan Studies; a staff researcher at the Research Centre for Migration and Diaspora; a staff researcher at China Studies. She is also a research fellow at the European Research Centre on Contemporary Taiwan at the University of Tübingen, Germany.
Chang, Ti-han. “Éco-terrorisme ou éco-héroïsme: une analyse littéraire de The Rice Bomber de Cho Li basé sur l’autobiographie de Yang Ju-men.” Atlantide. (Forthcoming)
Chang, Ti-han. “Excluding the Included: des Hommes Étrangers in Taiwan and France via Theories of Giorgio Agamben.” Identity, Belonging and Human Rights: A Multi-disciplinary Perspective. Ed. Nasia Hadjigeorgiou. Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press, 2016. 91-104.