题目：Gender Imaginations in Crouching Tiger and Hidden Dragon
and the Wuxia World
Rong Cai is an associate professor of Chinese with tenure at Emory University. She received a BA and an MA in English Language and Literature from Nanjing University, China, and MA and Ph.D. degrees in Comparative Literature from Washington University in St. Louis. Before coming to Emory in 1999, she had taught at Colby College and Illinois State University. She teaches modern Chinese literature and cinema at Emory, and the subjects covered in her teaching and research include women in Chinese history, modernization in China, contemporary Chinese popular culture and society, gender studies, and historical memories in popular Chinese culture. She authored the book The Subject in Crisis in Contemporary Chinese Literature and published articles in leading academic journals in the United States and Europe. She was the founding director of the Confucius Institute in Atlanta at Emory, an educational partnership between Emory University and Nanjing University and served as director of the Confucius Institute at Emory since 2011.