Luo Zhou is the Chinese studies librarian in the International and Area Studies Department of Duke University Libraries; her work as a subject librarian includes research consultations, library instruction, collection building and web-based guides. She has many professional interests, including research methods, digitization, and China’s publishing history. She is an active member of Duke’s Asian | Pacific Studies Institute.
Luo received her Master’s degree in library science from University of Pittsburgh, and a MA degree in comparative literature from Jinan University in Guangzhou.
Luo is the author of Collection highlights: China: Trade, Politics and Culture 1793-1980 (2008) and one of the editors of Classicial Chinese Poems and Their Western Translations: Extensive Indexes to Recent Renderings (2009). She also translated a chapter entitled " What is interesting in studies of modern Chinese literature in the United States, by Wang Ban" in the book
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