Associate Professor, Wuhan University
Dr Xiao Ouyang (欧阳霄) is an Associate Professorial Research Fellow at Wuhan University, China. He was an Irish Research Council Postdoctoral Fellow (2016-2018) at University College Cork, Ireland, where he also completed his PhD. He mainly works on comparative philosophy and is interested in various topics in aesthetics, ethics, political and social philosophy. He has publications on international journals such as Philosophy East and West, Monumenta Serica: Journal of Oriental Studies and Australasian Philosophical Review. He also publishes on Chinese journals. He was interviewed by The Irish Times (“What does the rise of China mean for western values”, Nov. 2017). He has two books forthcoming. Besides academic work, he devotes himself to Chinese classical arts such as poetry, calligraphy, painting and literati music.