Brad Lint presents at Conference for Chinese and Asian Studies

MANSFIELD, PA—Brad Lint, assistant professor of English at Mansfield University, presented “Six Realms of Samsara: Buddhism and Mo Yan’s Life and Death AreBrad Lint at RMMLA Conference. Wearing Me Out” at the 70th annual Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association (RMMLA) Conference in Salt Lake City, UT on October 6.

In addition to his teaching responsibilities, Lint serves as MU’s US-China Exchange Coordinator.

RMMLA is the country’s top conference for Chinese and Asian studies. Among the 500 presenters this year, 50 scholars of Chinese and comparative Asian literature presented in 15 panels in six subject areas: Chinese Literature and Film since 1900, Chinese Literature and Film before 1900, Chinese Poetry, Chinese Reportage Literature, Asian Comparative Literature and Film, and Asian Film and Performance.

Next year, Lint will chair the Asian Comparative Literature and Film panel. At the RMMLA Conference.

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