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Stephanie Hoare Divo

Senior Lecturer, Chinese Language
(Ph.D., Cornell University)

387 Rockefeller Hall
(607) 255-2813

Ms. Divo received both her Ph.D. and MA in Modern Chinese Literature at Cornell University, and has been teaching Mandarin Chinese in the Department of Asian Studies since 1999. Her teaching and research interests are Modern Chinese (Mandarin) language, English as a second language, modern Chinese literature, Chinese cinema, and academic writing.


  • "Innovation through Adaptation: The Use of Literature in New Taiwan Film and Its Consequences," Modern Chinese Literature 7.2 (1993), 33-58.
  • "Romance of Book and Film: Literary Adaptation and Ann Hui's Romance of Book and Sword," Cinemas [Montreal, Canada] 3.2-3 (1993), 141-156
  • "Hsiao-hsiao' and Girl from Hunan: Teaching Chinese Narrative, Not Just Chinese Fiction," Journal of the Chinese Language Teachers Association 26.2 (1991), 25-32. Also published in Kuoshu, Harry, Celluloid China: Cinematic Encounters with Culture and Society. Southern Illinois University Press, 2002, 174-180.
  • "The New Year's Sacrifice: Using Literary Adaptation in a Chinese Literature Class," Asian Studies Review [Australia] 14.3 (1991), 88-92.

  • Related links:

  • Chinese 1101/1102
  • IMPAC Program
  • Updated 07/14/2014