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Shujiang Lu, PhD

  • Associate Professor of English
Shujiang Lu, PhD, teaches English composition and literature of minority women. She has published on Ezra Pound, English Composition Studies, and Asian American women writers. Her articles have appeared in The English Record, Kansas English, Composition Forum, Paideum, and the CAALS volume series. Lu's other publications include the translation of the novel The Color Purple and a book of memoir When Huai Flowers Bloom. She is currently working on a book of translation and a collection of short stories. Lu's teaching and research interests center on Composition Studies and Contemporary Minority Women's Literature. Dr. Lu received the Pitt-Greensburg Distinguished Teaching Award in 2006 and was nominated for the 2008 Chancellor's Distinguished Teaching Award. She was listed on Who's Who in America and Who's Who Among America's Teachers.