Spring 2017 Office Hours: Thursday 3:10-5:10
Wang Hui, Professor of literature and history at Tsinghua University, Changjiang Scholar, Director of Tsinghua Institute for Advanced Study in Humanities and Social Sciences. He started his career as a scholar in modern Chinese literature, especially Lu Xun studies and then moved to Chinese intellectual history after achieving his Ph.D in 1988 at Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. From 1996 to 2007, he served as a co-editor of Dushu magazine and organized a series of significant intellectual debates in China. In 2002, he moved from CASS to Tsinghua University. His fields are Chinese intellectual history, modern Chinese literature and social theory. His publications include The Rise of Modern Chinese Thought (four volumes), The Depolitized Politics, "Tibetan Question" between East and West, From Asian Perspective: Narrations of Chinese History, The Short Twentieth Century: Chinese Revolution and the Logic of Politics tc. Many of his works have been translated into different languages including China's New Order, The End of the Revolution, The Politics of Imagining Asia and China from Empire to Nation-State，China’s Twentieth Century etc. He is the winner of "2013 Luca Pacioli Prize".
汪晖，清华大学中文系、历史系双聘教授，长江学者，清华人文与社会科学高等研究所所长，领域为中国思想史、中国现代文学和社会理论等。主要著作《现代中国思想的兴起》（四卷本）、《去政治化的政治》、《东西之间的“西藏问题"》、《亚洲视野：中国历史的叙述》、《短二十世纪》等近20种，大量作品被翻译为英文、日文、韩文、意大利文、德文、西班牙文、斯洛文尼亚文等各种文字，约20余种，其中英译著作包括China's New Order, The End of the Revolution, The Politics of Imagining Asia, China from Empire to Nation-State, China’s Twentieth Century等。2013年获"卢卡•帕西欧利奖”。