Brian Haman - Academic | Editor | Writer
Academic. Editor. Writer.
Brian Haman completed his PhD and MA at the University of Warwick (UK). He is currently a researcher and lecturer at the University of Vienna; co-editor of The Shanghai Literary Review; and co-founder of Vienna-based art space Medo Art & Mondial Research. He has held research fellowships at Warwick’s Institute of Advanced Study, New Europe College Institute for Advanced Study (Bucharest), German Literature Archive Marbach (DAAD), and the University of Vienna (Fulbright).
His academic articles have appeared in numerous journals, including Oxford German Studies, Monatshefte, and Germanistik in Ireland; he has published book chapters in edited collections and exhibition catalogues; and he has written academic book reviews for Modern Language Review and CAA.Reviews, among others.
A book and art critic, he writes widely on contemporary literature, art, and music from China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, South Korea, and Singapore (The New York Times, The Guardian, The Japan Times, Los Angeles Review of Books, Asian Review of Books, Mekong Review, ArtAsiaPacific, China File, Sixth Tone, South China Morning Post, Radii China, Hong Kong Review of Books, Neocha, and The World of Chinese).
The Shanghai Literary Review
The Shanghai Literary Review is a biannual English-language print magazine that features quality creative work from or about Asia and introduces new voices to the critical conversation on world literature. We aim to support and energize the Shanghai community with a transnational platform for artists and writers.