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Brian Haman, BA MA PhD

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Dr Brian Haman is a scholar of European Romanticism, with secondary research interests in intercultural encounters between Europe and Asia, specifically through literature and art. He completed his PhD and MA at the University of Warwick (UK) and is currently a researcher and lecturer at the University of Vienna.

Since 2017, he has been the co-editor of The Shanghai Literary Review and is a co-founder of Vienna-based art space Medo Art & Mondial Research. A former Fulbright scholar, Dr Haman has held advanced research fellowships in Britain, Germany, Austria, and Romania; he has also taught on three continents.

His academic articles have been published in numerous journals, including Oxford German Studies, Monatshefte, and Germanistik in Ireland; he has published book chapters in edited collections and exhibition catalogues; and he has written academic book reviews for Modern Language Review, Review of Irish Studies in Europe (RISE), and CAA.Reviews, among others.

Outside of his academic research specialisms, he continues to write extensively on contemporary literature, art, and music from China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, South Korea, and Singapore (e.g., The New York Times, The Guardian, The Japan Times, Los Angeles Review of Books, Asian Review of Books, Mekong Review, ArtAsiaPacific, China File, Sixth Tone, South China Morning Post, Radii China, Hong Kong Review of Books, Neocha, and The World of Chinese).

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127012 KO Critical Readings in Literature - American Transcendentalism

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