Jinhui Wu is a PhD candidate of East Asian Studies at the University of Arizona expecting to graduate in 2021. She received her first M.A. degree in Language Teaching from the University of Leeds in 2007, and her second M.A. degree in Asian Languages and Civilizations from the University of Colorado, Boulder in 2016.
Jinhui's research is focused on Chinese literature and religions of the late imperial period (14th-20th CE). Her doctoral dissertation concerns the transformation of Buddhist cosmology during the late Ming (1368–1644). Other research interests of hers include book history, Canon studies, translation studies, digital humanities and second language aquisition.
In addition, Jinhui has over 15 years of teaching experience both in China, Great Britian and the United States at college level and is also a Fulbright teacher and book translator.
To know more about her research projects and teaching experience as well as to download a copy of her most updated curricum vitate, please check her personal website: http://wujin.weebly.com