Haoyue Li

PhD Student

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Haoyue Li received her BA (2018) and MA (2020) in the Department of Asian Studies at the University of British Columbia. She is now a second-year PhD student in UBC’s Department of Asian Studies. Her differentiation will explore odour culture in late imperial (ca. 14th – 19th century) China. The study situates the records of smells into a broader framework of literary studies and sensory studies, connoisseurship culture and material culture, and the study of medical epistemology and technological history.


Haoyue Li

PhD Student

Haoyue Li received her BA (2018) and MA (2020) in the Department of Asian Studies at the University of British Columbia. She is now a second-year PhD student in UBC’s Department of Asian Studies. Her differentiation will explore odour culture in late imperial (ca. 14th – 19th century) China. The study situates the records of smells into a broader framework of literary studies and sensory studies, connoisseurship culture and material culture, and the study of medical epistemology and technological history.

Haoyue Li

PhD Student

Haoyue Li received her BA (2018) and MA (2020) in the Department of Asian Studies at the University of British Columbia. She is now a second-year PhD student in UBC’s Department of Asian Studies. Her differentiation will explore odour culture in late imperial (ca. 14th – 19th century) China. The study situates the records of smells into a broader framework of literary studies and sensory studies, connoisseurship culture and material culture, and the study of medical epistemology and technological history.