University Scholars Programme, National University of Singapore
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Leung Wing Sze is a senior lecturer in the University Scholars Programme (USP). She obtained her Ph.D. degree from the Department of Comparative Literature at the University of Chicago, where she was an affiliated doctoral fellow with the Franke Institute of the Humanities. Before moving to Singapore, she taught for three years as a post-doctoral fellow at Fordham University. Her research focuses on Enlightenment and Romantic literature, aesthetic theories and moral philosophy. She is particularly interested in literary representations of philosophical or ethical problems, and in philosophical approaches to aesthetics. She also has considerable training in post-colonial theory and has taught courses in global literature. Her publications have appeared in peer-reviewed journals Romanticism, Interdisciplinary Literary Studies and Journal of Aesthetic Education (forthcoming).
At the USP, Dr Leung teaches in the domains of Writing and Critical Thinking and Humanities and Social Sciences. She offers the following modules:
Her research interests lie in the 18th century ethics and aesthetics, and colonialism.