Before coming to Yale in 2016, Dihao Zhou received his B.A. in Cultural Management from Tongji University and his M.A. in Critical Asian Humanities from Duke University. His master thesis investigates national/local/aboriginal imaginations in Taiwanese director Wei Te-sheng’s work. At Yale, he plans to explore visual culture and intellectual discourse in the context of inter-East Asia (e.g., Mainland-Taiwan-Japan) and focus on the dynamics of nationalism, transnationalism, and post/colonialism.