Faculty Profile

Rae Yang

Professor of Chinese Language and Literature (1990)

Contact Information

yang@dickinson.edu

Stern Center for Global Educ Room 108
717.245.1403

Bio

Her fields of specialization are pre-modern and modern Chinese fiction with emphasis on psychoanalytic criticism. Her research and teaching interests include Chinese language teaching, Chinese folklore, comparative literature, and autobiographical writing.

Education

  • Graduate School, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, 1981
  • M.A., University of Massachusetts, 1985
  • Ph.D., 1991

2018-2019 Academic Year

Fall 2018

CHIN 101 Elementary Chinese
A study of the fundamentals of Mandarin Chinese, including grammar, reading, and writing using both traditional and simplified characters, pinyin romanization, pronunciation, and conversational skills.

CHIN 101 Elementary Chinese
A study of the fundamentals of Mandarin Chinese, including grammar, reading, and writing using both traditional and simplified characters, pinyin romanization, pronunciation, and conversational skills.

Spring 2019

CHIN 102 Elementary Chinese
A study of the fundamentals of Mandarin Chinese, including grammar, reading, and writing using both traditional and simplified characters, pinyin romanization, pronunciation, and conversational skills.Prerequisite: 101 or the equivalent

CHIN 102 Elementary Chinese
A study of the fundamentals of Mandarin Chinese, including grammar, reading, and writing using both traditional and simplified characters, pinyin romanization, pronunciation, and conversational skills.Prerequisite: 101 or the equivalent

CHIN 380 Modern Chinese Literature
In this fifth year Chinese class, students will read works of modern Chinese literature in the original: poetry, prose, drama and short stories. Discuss them in class and see film. Write papers (creative and analytical) and revise them.