Margaret Hillenbrand, Fellow and Tutor in Chinese
Margaret Hillenbrand is Tutorial Fellow in Chinese at Wadham, and University Lecturer in Modern Chinese Literature.
After taking a BA in Chinese and Japanese at the University of Cambridge, she worked and studied in East Asia for some years before completing a DPhil at Oxford in East Asian comparative literature. Margaret joined Wadham in 2009. Before this, she held a Chuan Lyu Fellowship in the Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies at Cambridge, and a lectureship in modern Chinese culture and language at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London.
She teaches courses on Chinese literature, film and cultural history during the modern and contemporary periods. Her research and publications to date have focused on literary and visual culture in twentieth-century China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Japan, and she is currently completing a book on the intermedial relationships between photography and a range of other aesthetic forms – literature, cinema, painting, and sculpture – in post-socialist China.