Eiho Baba (Rong-Fong Chang) is half-Taiwanese and half-Japanese. He holds a joint-appointment as an associate professor in the Departments of Philosophy and Asian Studies. He teaches various courses on Chinese and Japanese philosophies, which satisfy both the non-Western requirement at the Department of Philosophy and the philosophy and religion requirement at the Department of Asian Studies. He specializes in comparative philosophy, Chinese philosophy, Japanese philosophy, metaphysics, and epistemology. Dr. Baba is currently working on a monograph on the Song Dynasty Neo-Confucian philosopher Zhu Xi.
Experience in Asia
Eiho Baba has traveled extensively throughout East Asia, but lived and worked primarily in Japan and Taiwan.