Pu Wang is associate professor of Chinese literature and chair of comparative literature at Brandeis University. He received his PhD in comparative literature at NYU in 2012. His books include The Translatability of Revolution: Guo Moruo and Twentieth-Century Chinese Culture, a monograph in English, and Baota ji qita, a book of poetry in Chinese. He is currently writing a long poem and working on a series of articles concerning modern poetry, the global ’60s, and travel writing. He is also a translator.