Assistant Professor • Undergraduate Faculty Advisor (Chinese)
Asian Languages & Civilizations

Education

Ph.D., Asian Languages and Cultures, University of California Los Angeles, 2005
M.A., East Asian Languages and Cultures, University of California Los Angeles, 2000
B.A., English and Asian Studies, Colgate University, 1996

CAS Speaker Bureau Topic(s)

Literary/cultural theory; modernism and its relation to tradition; intertextuality; film/media studies

Research Interests

Literary/cultural theory; modernism and its relation to tradition; intertextuality; film/media studies

Profile

Andrew Stuckey graduated in 2005 from the department of Asian Languages and Cultures at UCLA with a PhD in modern Chinese literature. Since then he has taught at Kalamazoo College, Ohio State University, and UC Irvine. He joined the faculty of ALC in 2009.

Selected Publications

2014 “Ghosts in the Theater: Generic Play and Temporality in Tsai Ming-liang’s Goodbye, Dragon Inn.” Asian Cinema 25.1 (2014): 31-46.

2014 “The World Out There: Spectacle and Exposure in Perhaps Love.” Journal of Chinese Cinemas 8.1 (2014): 17-36.

2010 Old Stories Retold: Narrative and Vanishing Pasts in Modern China. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.

2006 "Memory or Fantasy? Honggaoliangs Narrator" Modern Chinese Literature and Culture 18.2 (Fall 2006): 131-162.