Researcher

Dr Pan Wang

My Expertise

Chinese media,  gender, family and marriage, Chinese culture, Intercultural marriage studies 

Keywords

Biography

Dr WANG Pan is Senior Lecturer in Chinese and Asian Studies, University of New South Wales. She is the author of Love and Marriage in Globalizing China (Abingdon: Routledge 2015). Recent publications include (2020) International romance: changing discourses of Chinese-foreign intimacy in the decades of economic reforms, in Sun WN and Yang L (eds) Love Stories in China: The Politics of Intimacy in the Twenty-First Century, Routledge; (2018)...view more

Dr WANG Pan is Senior Lecturer in Chinese and Asian Studies, University of New South Wales. She is the author of Love and Marriage in Globalizing China (Abingdon: Routledge 2015). Recent publications include (2020) International romance: changing discourses of Chinese-foreign intimacy in the decades of economic reforms, in Sun WN and Yang L (eds) Love Stories in China: The Politics of Intimacy in the Twenty-First Century, Routledge; (2018) Foreign-related marriages in contemporary China (1979–2013), in Zang X.W. (ed.), Handbook of the Family and Marriage in China, Edward Elgar; and (2017) ‘Inventing Traditions: Television Dating Shows in the People’s Republic of China’, Media, Culture and Society, 39 (4): 504–19.

Pan's teaching and research areas include Chinese media, gender, marriage and family, and Chinese cultural studies.


My Qualifications

2013–14

Graduate Diploma in Secondary Education (KLA: Commerce/Business/Economics; English), Australia Catholic University. 

2009–13

PhD International Studies, China Research Centre, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Technology, Sydney.

2005–07

MA International Journalism, Cardiff University, UK). Conferred: 16 January 2007.

2001–05

BA Economic Journalism, Beijing Technology and Business University, China. Conferred: 1 July 2005.


My Awards

  • 2019 Dean’s Award for Excellent Early Career Teachers, University of New South Wales, Sydney
  • 2018 ARC Kathleen Fitzpatrick Laureate Fellowship Mentoring Scheme Award 
  • 2018 Course and Subject Performance Award, University of Technology Sydney, Australia   
  • 2013 Open Taichi Championships Gold medals (24 & 42 Yang style) Taichi Association of Australia (TCAA)
  • 2000 National Athlete Certificate, People's Republic of China

My Research Supervision


Supervision keywords


Areas of supervision

Marriage and family in China;  International migration and intercultural intimacy; Chinese media and communication  


My Engagement

 


My Teaching

I'm currently convening and lecturing in the below courses (2018- now) 

Term 1:

ARTS 1452 Introductory Chinese for Background Speakers A 

ARTS  3216 Gender in China 

Term 3:

ARTS 1453 Introductory Chinese for Background Speakers B

ARTS 3216 Chinese media and Communication 

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Location

246 Morven Brown

Contact

93852349