AboutDr. Nick Tsung-Che Lu (he, him; published as “Nick T. C. Lu”) is an author, educator, and editor of contemporary Anglophone, world, and Asian literatures. Lu’s areas of expertise include postcolonial theory, nationalism, New Left, social justice and human geography.
EducationUniversity of North Texas, PhD in English
Lu, Nick T. C. “Nationalism in Postcolonial Studies: A Case for Hybridity.” Decolonizing Colonial Development Models in Africa: A New Postcolonial Critique edited by Fidelis Allen and Luke Amadi, Lexington Books, 2022, pp. 23-42.
Lu, Nick T. C. “Between Tradition and Modernity: Practical Resistance and Reform of Culture in Flora Nwapa’s Efuru.” Research in African Literatures vol. 50, no. 2, 2019.
Lu, Tsung-Che. “Entry on Monroe Work’s Negro Year Book: An Annual Encyclopedia of the Negro 1918-1919.” Bureaucracy: A Love Story, edited by Gabriel Cervantes, Dahlia Porter, Ryan Skinnell, and Kelly Wisecup, University of North Texas Press, 2017, pp. 68-70.
ProjectsRoutledge Companion to Literature and Social Justice (Forthcoming in November 2023)
MembershipsModern Language Association
American Comparative Literature Association
Association for Asian Studies
African Literature Association
Society of Sinophone Studies