Lu Xun Research Monthly

The theses authored by six doctoral students in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities at the University of Macau (UM) have been published in Lu Xun Research Monthly. The journal, published by the Beijing Lu Xun Museum, is of considerable status and influence in academia. The six doctoral students, namely Yang Wenpei, Tian Rong, Chen Dandan, Yan Jiawei, Cao Xu, and Zheng Jing, completed their theses under the supervision of Zhu Shoutong, director of UM’s Centre for Chinese History and Culture (CCHC), as part of the Doctor of Philosophy in Literary Studies (Chinese) programme. The students previously presented their theses at the Lu Xun Literature and Chinese Culture Academic Symposium jointly held by CCHC and the Beijing Lu Xun Museum. They received positive feedback from experts, including Jiang Yixin, deputy director of the Beijing Lu Xun Museum, for their theses, which led to the opportunity for publication in Lu Xun Research Monthly. The publication of the theses serves as a testament to the academic community’s recognition of UM’s doctoral training model and the high calibre of its students.