Jacqulyn Teoh

jgteoh@wisc.edu

Interests
20th and 21st-century Global Anglophone literature (South and Southeast Asia); globalization studies; "new" world literature studies; theories and literatures of colonialism and postcolonialism

Jacqulyn Teoh

Degrees and Institutions

  • BA, Pennsylvania State University, Comparative Literature
  • MA, University of Leeds, Postcolonial Literary and Cultural Studies
  • MA, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Literary Studies

Minor

  • History and Literatures of Asia (South, Southeast, and East)

Publications

“Shadow Plays with Imperial Pasts: Writing Wayan in Pramoedya Ananta Toer’s The Fugitive.” Modern Fiction Studies 64.3 (2018), pp.403-430

“Southeast Asian Anti-Colonialism and Literature: Malaysia, The Philippines and Vietnam,” Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Postcolonial Studies, eds. Sangeeta Ray and Henry Schwarz, 2016, pp. 1506-1515