|Asst Prof Qu Jingyi |
Division of Chinese
School of Humanities and Social Sciences
College of Humanities, Arts, & Social Sciences
- PhD Peking University 2010
- MA Anhui University 2006
- BA Inner Mongolia Univ of Nationalities 2003
|Dr Qu is currently an Assistant Professor of the Division of Chinese at NTU. Previously, he was a Teaching Fellow at NTU (2010-2011). He was awarded by China Scholarship Council (CSC) to be an Honorary Fellow at University of Wisconsin-Madison (2008-2009). |
Dr Qu obtained his Ph.D. in Department of Chinese Language & Literature from the Peking University in July 2010. He holds professional memberships of Chinese Association for Tang Literature (PRC, 2012-), Asian Studies Association of Hong Kong (HK, 2011-), Chinese Association for Shiji Study (PRC, 2010-) and Shiji Translation Group at University of Wisconsin (USA, 2008-).
|Classical Chinese Literature from the Han through Tang periods; Practical (Applied) Writing & Socio-Culture; Western Sinology; Literature Pedagogy; Literary Historiography|
|Research Grant |
|Current Projects |
- Significance of Tang Dashoubi Prose Writers in Chinese Literacy History: Focusing on their Practical Prose and their effects on the Tang Literacy World
- Qu Jingyi. (2013). On Prose Value of CHANG Gun常衮’s Imperial Edicts in the Mid-Tang Period. Zhongguo wen hua yan jiu suo xue bao (Journal of Chinese studies), 56, 165-186.
- Qu Jingyi. (2013). On Development of Tang Prose: with Perspective of Dashoubi大手笔 Prose WritersPerspective & Method: Paper Collection of Fudan University Third Chinese Literary Criticism International Academic Conference..
- Qu Jingyi. (2012). American Sinologist Professor Nienhauser’s Translation and Research on Shiji. Newsletter for Research on Chinese Studies, 31(4), 15-24.
- Qu Jingyi. (2012). Five Topics on Memoir of Eastern Yue东越 in Shiji史记Study on Shiji. (pp. 9-18)..
- Qu Jingyi. (2012). New Perspectives on “WenZhang Siyou”文章四友: Focus on Li Qiao and Cui Rong's Practical Prose. Journal of National Taiwan Normal University (Language and literature), 57(2), 29-58.