Q. S. Tong joined the University of Hong Kong in 1992. He has been a research fellow at Harvard University and is an adjunct professor of English at Nanjing University, China. His research interests include romanticism, critical theory, and cross-cultural and comparative studies. His current research focuses on the formation of the English idea of China in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. He is the author of Reconstructing Romanticism (1997) and numerous articles, in both English and Chinese, on literature, language, culture and society. He has been invited to edit special issues for scholarly journals and is an editorial member of several international journals. He is a founding co-editor of Critical Zone: A Forum of Chinese and Western Knowledge, jointly published by the University of Hong Kong Press and Nanjing University Press.
|Term Period||Position||Professional Societies|
|1995 - 1996||Member||American Assoication of Comparative Liteature|
|1999 - Present||Member||Editorial Advisory Board, Journal of Asian Pacific Communication|
|1999 - 2001||Member||Editorial Board, The Semiotic Review of Books|
|2002 - 2003||Member||Modern Language Associateion|
|2002 - Presnet||Member||Editorial Advisory Board, Symbolism: An International Annual of Critical Aesthetics|
|1/2009 - present||Advisory Editor||boundary 2|
|1/2005 - 1/2009||Corresponding Editor||boundary 2|
|1/2002 - 12/2004||Corresponding Editor||boundary 2|
|1996 - 2005||Member||Editorial Committee, History of 20th century foreign literature|
|2000 - 2004||Editorial Advisor||Everykid’s English (textbooks)|
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