Meet Daniel Dooghan
Assistant Professor, English
Education: 2004 University of Wisconsin-Madison, B.A.
2011 University of Minnesota, Ph.D.
Courses Taught: Writing and Inquiry
Contemporary World Literature
World Literature I
Post-Colonial Literature and Theory
Career Specialties: Daniel Dooghan researches patterns of exchange in world literature and philosophy, particularly between China and Europe.
His work examines the effects of translation on globalization and political discourse.
Professional and Community Activities: Dooghan frequently speaks at conferences on problems of translation, modern Chinese literature and world literature pedagogy. He is writing a book about the twentieth-century Chinese author Lu Xun, and is beginning a project on the role of world literature in university curricula and scholarly research. Additionally, he studied Chinese and taught English in Taiwan.
Honors and Awards: National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Seminar
Phi Beta Kappa