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Asst. Prof. Dr. Nie Qing Feng

Academic Qualification:
PhD in East Asian Languages & Cultures (Rutgers University)
M.A. in East Asian Languages & Cultures (Columbia University)
M.A. in Chinese Literature (Fudan University)
B.T. in Foreign Languages (East China University of Science & Technology)

Professional Field 
MajorEast Asian History and Civilizations
Field of Specialty and ResearchHistory and cultures of Medieval China
Teaching SubjectsBook of Songs; Literary history of the Yuan, Ming, and Qing dynasties; Advanced Chinese
Working Experience
  • Instructor, Rutgers University (2013-2020)
  • Assistant professor, New Era University College (2021-)

Related Achievements 
“Ordering the Urban Space of Luoyang”, Rutgers University, Adviser: Wendy Swartz.

“The War between the Tang Court and the Zhaoyi Province,” Columbia University, Adviser: Robert Hymes. 

“A Research on the Supplementary History of the Tang,” Fudan University, Adviser: WU Guoping.
  1. Collation and Annotation of Supplement to the National History of the Tang, Beijing: Zhonghua shuju, 2020

Conference Papers
  1. 2021 March, “Constructing the Female Emperor’s Capital,” 231st Annual Meeting of the American Oriental Society.
  2. 2021 February, “Voices of Gossip in History,” Phantasmic Binds: Culture as Poltergeist, Rutgers University.
  3. 2020 November, “Digitizing Catalogues and Reading Rubbings,”2020 Annual Meeting of the Western Branch of the American Oriental Society, University of Hong Kong.
  4. 2020 October, “The Breakthrough in Urban Management of Luoyang,” 69th Midwest Conference on Asian Affairs, Michigan State University.
  5. 2019 January, “Mnemonic Reconstruction of Resistance during the An Lushan Rebellion (755-763),” 58th Annual Meeting of the Southeast Conference of the Association for Asian Studies.
  6. 2018 March, “Resistance beyond Human Experience,” 40th Annual Susman Conference, Rutgers University.
  7. 2018 February, “In-between Hermits in Luoyang,” 2018 CUBASGA Conference, University of Colorado.

Research Project
  1. The history of therapeutics in medieval China

Translations, Writings etc.[Translations] 
  1. Dahe zhi qi, Beijing: Renmin wenxue chubanshe, 2012.
  2. Guanyu mei, Beijing: Renmin wenxue chubanshe, 2008.

Honours and Awards
  1. 2020: American Oriental Society Graduate Travel Award
  2. 2019: Chiang Ching-kuo Doctoral Fellowship
  3. 2018: Rutgers Center for Chinese Studies Student Research Fellowship
  4. 2017–2018: Comparative Literature Fellowship
  5. 2017: Mellon Summer Study Grant
  6. 2016: Rutgers Center for Chinese Studies Student Research Fellowship

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