Zheyu Su

Position
Lecturer in Chinese Language
Office Phone
Office
234 Frist Campus Center
Education
  • Ph.D. in Chinese Literature and Language, University of Wisconsin–Madison
  • M.A. in Chinese Literature and Language, University of Wisconsin–Madison
  • B.A. in Chinese Literature and Language, Nanjing University
Bio/Description

Zheyu Su is a Lecturer at Princeton University starting from Fall 2023. He is currently a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Asian Languages and Cultures at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. His research interests encompass early Chinese history, early Chinese literature, and early Confucianism. His dissertation focuses on the Disciples of Confucius. He received his Master’s Degree in Chinese literature and Culture from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and his Bachelor’s Degree from Nanjing University. Prior to joining Princeton, he taught various levels of Chinese language courses, as well as Chinese literature courses, during his graduate studies since 2017.

Selected Publications

Zheyu Su, Trans. “King Ch’ing and King Yan, Hereditary House 20.” William Nienhauser Ed. The Grand Scribe's Records, Volume VI: The Hereditary Houses, III.Indiana University Press, 2022. P. 93-112.

Zheyu Su, Trans. “Confucius’ Disciples, Memoir 7.” William Nienhauser Ed. The Grand Scribe's Records, Volume VII: The Memoirs of Pre-Han China. Indiana University Press, 2021. P. 113-154.

(co-author) Yixuan Cai, Zheyu Su, and William Nienhauser. "聚沙成塔, 砥礪前行: 記倪豪士領導的《史記》 全譯本項目A Record of Shiji Translation Project Led by Prof. William H. Nienhauser, Jr.." 史原Shiyuan v.10 (2019): 391-407.