Li-Hsin Hsu

Affiliation: National Chengchi University

Research Areas:
Period: 19th Century Gothic, 20th Century Gothic, 21st Century Gothic
Interdisciplinary Approaches: Eco-Gothic, Folklore and Myth, Technology, Medicine and Science
Genres and Media: Arts, Poetry, Theatre and Performance, Tourism and Travel
Regions and Cultures: American Gothic, Asian Gothic, Tropical Gothic
Creatures: Animals, Ghosts, Monsters

Li-Hsin Hsu is Professor of English at National Chengchi University, Taiwan.

Her research interests include Emily Dickinson studies, Romanticism, Ecocriticism, and Modern Taiwan Poetry.

She has published in a number of international journals, such as the Emily Dickinson Journal, Romanticism, Studies in American Fiction, Ex-position, and Concentric, and guest-edited a number of journal issues, including a special issue on Ecogothic Asia for SARE: Southeast Asian Review of English (July 2022), and another special issue on Asian Gothic for The Wenshan Review (June 2023).

She is currently the organiser of the “Taiwan in the Anthropocene II” research group, sponsored by the National Science and Technology Council in Taiwan.

She has also contributed to a number of edited volumes, such as Ephemeral Spectacles, Exhibition Spaces and Museums: 1750–1918 (Amsterdam University Press, 2021) and Romantic Environmental Sensibility: Nature, Class, Empire (Edinburgh University Press, 2022), on topics related to space, environment, and race.