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Yang Nianqun

Yang Nianqun, male and born in 20 January 1964 in Beijing, graduated from the Department of History of Renmin University in 1985 with BA degree in history and in 1988 with MA degree in history. In 1991, he graduated from the Institute of Qing History of Renmin University of China with PhD degree in history, and is now deputy director of the Institute of Qing History, professor, and tutors PhD program.
1995-1996, he received fellowship granted by US-China Academic Exchange Committee and went to US John Hopkins University and Yale University as visiting scholar. In 1998, he went to the Center of Chinese Studies at the University of California at Los Angeles as visiting scholar. In 1997, he stayed with Hong Kong Tao Fong Shan Institute of Sino-Christian Studies as guest researcher. His other social posts include: member of the National Editorial Committee of The History of The Qing Dynasty, part-time researcher of Buddhism and Religious Theories Research Center of Renmin University, a key national social sciences research base, and academic staff member Christian Culture Institute at Renmin University of China.
Main Publications:
Theory of Middle Level: Studies of Chinese History in Both Eastern and Western Ideological Perspectives, Jiangxi Education Publishing House, 2001
Self-Selected Collection of Yang Nianqun, Guangxi Normal University Press, 2000
Stories of Seeking Religion in Snowy Region: An Oral Account of a Lama of Han Nationality, Joint Publishing, 2003
Regionalization of Confucian Learning: Intellectual Groups and Confucianism as Historical Discourse, M.E. Sharpe Press, 2000
Modern Patterns of Regionalization of Confucianism: a Comparative Study of the Interaction of Three Major Intellectual Groups, Joint Publishing, 1997
Space, Memory and Social Transformation: Selective Collection of Research Papers on New Social History, editor-in-chief, Shanghai People’s Publishing House, 2001
On 100th Anniversary of Sino-Japanese War of 1894-1895: Sino-Japanese War in Multiple Perspectives, editor-in-chief, Knowledge Publishing House, 1994
Diary of Yang Du, Xinhua Publishing House, 2000
New Historiography: a Picture of Multi-Disciplinary Dialogue, editor-in-chief, Renmin University Press, 2003
What I Used to Be Yesterday and What I Am Today: Reflection and Interpretation of Modern Historiography, Beijing Normal University Press, 2005
Contact Information:
Email: yangnianqun@263.net
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