Visiting Scholars

Fung Global Fellows Program
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Jeremy Tiang

Spring 2022 translator in residence

Program in Translation and Intercultural Communication and the Council of the Humanities

Jeremy Tiang is a novelist, playwright and literary translator from Chinese. His translations include novels by Yeng Pway Ngon, Yan Ge, Lo Yi-Chin, Zhang Yueran, Shuang Xuetao, Geling Yan, Chan Ho-Kei and Li Er, as well as plays by Chen Si’an, Wei Yu-Chia, Quah Sy Ren and Han Lao Da. His novel State of Emergency won the Singapore Literature Prize in 2018. Tiang is originally from Singapore, and now lives in Flushing, Queens.

Chika Tonooka

Associate research scholar

Reimagining World Order (RWO) research community

Chika Tonooka is a scholar of modern intellectual and international history. Her Ph.D. dissertation examined British intellectual responses to the rise of the “East,” and especially of Japan as the first non-Western and non-white great power. She is currently working on a book manuscript based on her dissertation. 

Tonooka was born in Tokyo and grew up in London and Buckinghamshire, UK. She holds a B.A. in history from the University of Cambridge, an M.A. in global studies from the University of Tokyo, and a Ph.D. in history from the University of Cambridge. In 2018, she became the Mark Kaplanoff Research Fellow in History at Pembroke College, Cambridge.