I am a PhD Candidate in the Clinical Psychology program at Duquesne University (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania). Originally from Taiwan, my clinical practice disposes a depth-oriented work that takes into account the multiplicity of cultural situations alongside inter- and intra- psychic factors. My research interests traverse the tension between a phenomenological experiential approach and a post-structural understanding of cross-cultural and multi-gendered issues. I'm currently working on my doctoral dissertation, entitled Sojourning in the Margin: Living as wives of international students.
Chiang, M. (2011). Children's Lived Spaces In Suburban Taiwan During The 1960s. Phenomenology & Practice, 5 (2), pp. 40-56.
Chiang, M. (2011). Rethinking Somatization Disorder as an Other’s Expression in Cultural Contexts. Poster presentation at Psychology of the Other Conference, September 30th to October 3rd, 2011, Lesley College, Boston, Massachusetts.
Chiang, M. (2010). Who am I? Deconstructing and constructing an imaginary of Asian women in the America society. (trans.) In Taiwan Women (Ed.), Taiwan Women’s Boundary-Crossing II (pp.98-106). Taipei: 玉山社.