Liang Qingbiao




Liang Qingbiao Associate Professor


Address: College of Chinese Language and Literature, Jiangxi Normal University, Nanchang, Jiangxi Province, P. R. China 330022



Liang Qingbiao (1978-) is Associate Professor at College of Chinese Language and Literature, Jiangxi Normal University. He also serves as adjunct associate fellow of Center for Life Writing, SJTU, member of editorial committee of Modern Life Writing Studies, and visiting scholar at The Center for Biographical Research, UHM. His research concerns life writing, English literature and comparative literature.


Main Publications:

The Biographer's Revenge: Essays of Modern Western Research on Life Writing, Guilin: Guangxi Normal University Press, 2015

A Modern Quest of Self: Rousseau’s Confessions and Modern Chinese Autobiography1919-1937,Beijing: China Social Sciences Press, 2014

“The ‘Odd’ Professor in the Dialogue between Poetry and Philosophy: The Image of Allan Bloom in Saul Bellow’s Ravelstein”, Modern Life Writing Studies, No.1, 2018: 87-101

“‘Original Sin’ or ‘Legal Prejudice’: Current Western Debates on Autobiography”, Foreign Literatures, No. 2, 2017: 16-24, republished in Xinhua Digest, No.21, 2017:87-90

“The Origin and Development of Autobiography Research: A Comment on the Brief History of Western Autobiography Criticism before the 20th Century”, Modern Life Writing Studies, No.1, 2017: 58-69

“The Coming of Age of Life Writing and its Inspirations”, Biographical Literature, No.10, 2016: 106-112

“The ‘Micro-political’ Interpretations of Autobiography”, Modern Life Writing Studies, No.1, 2013: 58-73

 “The Current Trend of the Theory and Practice of Autobiography”, Chinese Social Sciences Today, February 10, 2012: 05

“K and His Assistants: A Probe into the Comic Consciousness of Kafka”, Oriental Forum, No.3, 2012: 69-74

“Carnivalization and Western Biography”, Journal of Zhejiang Normal University (Social Sciences), No.2, 2011: 21-26

“The Construction of Identity in Dialogue: Autobiographical Narratives of Günter Grass’s Peeling the Onion”, Foreign Literatures, No.1, 2011: 76-81

“Self-consciousness and Identity: the New Perspectives of Autobiography Study”, Social Sciences in Ningxia, No.1, 2010: 156-159