Dora Zhang (Ph.D., Comparative Literature, Princeton) works on Anglo-American and European modernism, literature and philosophy, history of science, and visual culture. Her article “A Lens for an Eye: Proust and Photography” appeared in Representations (2012), and “Naming the Indescribable,” an essay on Woolf, Bertrand Russell, William James and the limits of describing first-person experience received the 2013 Ralph Cohen Prize and was published in New Literary History (2014).¬†She is currently at work on a book project that traces a transformation in modes of description in the modernist period.