Jin Lu, Ph.D.
Professor of French
Jin Lu is professor of French at Purdue University Northwest and specializes in French enlightenment including Catholic enlightenment, intercultural studies and global religious studies.
Lu’s research focuses on French enlightenment including Catholic enlightenment, intercultural studies and global religious studies. Her research has received support from the Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Study, Chiang Ching-Kuo Foundation for International Scholarly Exchange and Purdue Research Foundation.
Dancing on the Bridge: Cross-cultural Encounters and Dialogue. Co-authored with Benoît Vermander, Peking University Press, 2016 Images de la France sous la dynastie des Qing (1644-1911) [Images of France during the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911)].
[Book, editor, contributor (introduction, index and 2 chapters), and co-translator] Quebec, Laval University Press, 2009. «Qu’est-ce qu’un philosophe ?»
Éléments d’une enquête sur l’usage d’un mot au siècle des Lumières [What Is A Philosopher ? An Inquiry into an Enlightenment Keyword]. [Monograph] Québec, Laval University Press, 2005.
- French Language
- Culture and Civilization