Shuyu (Cindy) Guo
UConn Graduate Assistant
Shuyu Guo is a Ph.D. Candidate in UConn’s Comparative Literature & Cultural Studies program. She obtained her M.A. degree in Comparative Literature from Indiana University Bloomington in 2019. Her dissertation engages the problem of genre mixing in British Romantic poetry and modern Chinese poetry. Aside from her strong interests in genre, Shuyu’s other interests include lyric theory, romantic aesthetics, and translation studies. Some of her translations have been published in literary magazines Words without Borders (https://www.wordswithoutborders.org/article/coronavirus-voices-from-the-pandemic-on-masks-yu-jian-shuyu-guo) and Asymptote (https://www.asymptotejournal.com/poetry/yu-jian-three-poems-on-the-pandemic/). Her book reviews have appeared in Studies in Romanticism, Journal of Asian History, and HKU Journal of Chinese Studies.
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