Jing Chen

Associate Professor, School of Arts, Nanjing University

22 Hankou, Nanjing, China, 210093
E-mail: cjchen@nju.edu.cn


Ph.D. in Cultural Studies, Literature Department, School of Humanities, Nanjing University, 2006-2009

Academic (Position)

Visiting Scholar, The Edith O’Donnell Institute of Art History, University of Texas at Dallas, August-November, 2019

Adjunct Researcher, Center for Contemporary Cultural Studies of China, Shanghai University, 2019-

Associate Professor, School of Arts, Nanjing University, 2014-

Visiting Scholar, School of Humanities, Rice University, 2014-2015

Postdoctoral Fellow of Ephemera Project, Chao Center for Asian Studies, Rice University, 2012-2014

Assistant Professor, Institute of Arts and Humanities, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, 2009-2013

Visiting Scholar, Asian and Africa Language and Literature Department, Duke University, 2007-2008


Academic (Service)

Editorial member, Digital Humanities《数字人文》, 2019-

Reviewer, positions: asia critique, 2013-

Reviewer, Cultural Studies《文化研究》, 2015-

Reviewer, Library Development 《图书馆论坛》, 2017-

Reviewer, International Journal of Digital Archiving and Digital Humanities《数位典藏与数字人文》, 2018-

Program Committee member, the 9th International Conference of Digital Archives and Digital Humanities, 2018; the 10th International Conference of Digital Archives and Digital Humanities, 2019;

Executive member of Association of Comparative Literature and Cross-culture Studies比较文学与跨文化学会, 2019-

Editorial Committee member, Digital Humanities Studies《数字人文研究》, a series of book on Digital Humanities at Nanjing University Press

External Reviewer, The Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK), 2015

Research Project

2017- “The Archive of Intangible Heritages of Nanjing”, sponsored by Nanjing City government

2015- “The Virtual Museum of the Grand Canal of China”, sponsored by Nanjing Museum

2014- “The Chinese Commercial Advertisement Archive”, sponsored by the Houston Endowment, Rice University and Nanjing University

2012- “Ephemera Project”, Luce Foundation, Project Manager; Responsibilities: assistant supervisor to design the project structure and plan, publish researching progress of project, report to the foundation, edit the special issue and organize the workshops; collaborating with librarian, computer scientist and other experts to develop the metadata schema, design & launch database and managing the working flow and process.



articles in ACADEMIC journals

1.     “Art and Sci-tech in Two Cultures: From Morse to Future Talent”(Chinese), China Literature and Art Criticism中国文艺评论, 2020(2)

2.     “Generation, Transformation and Knowledge Production: Approaches to the Integration of Digital Technology and Art”(Chinese), Journal of Art Theory and Art History艺术理论与艺术史学刊, 2019(3);

3.     “Plural Digital Humanities: A Comparative Study on Chins’s Digital Humanities”(Chinese), Comparative Literature in China中国比较文学, Issue 4 (2019).

1.        “Digital Image and Visual Knowledge Production in the AI Era”(Chinese),  Research on Marxist Aesthetics马克思主义美学研究 No.2 (2018).

2.        “The Current Situation of Research on the Digital Humanities in Contemporary China”(Chinese), Shandong Social Sciences山东社会科学, Volume 275, (Fall 2018).

3.        “The Crisis of Digital Humanities in the Transformation of Knowledge Production”, Cultural Studies文化研究, Volume 33, (Spring 2018).

4.        “Digitally Archiving Advertising Ephemera: The Case of the Chinese Commercial Advertisement Archive (CCAA) (1880-1940)” (Chinese),Jianghai Academic Journal江海学刊,2017(2), pp165-171.

5.        “Deep into Net: Internet Art and Encoding” (Chinese), Journal of Xuzhou Institute徐州工程学院学报, December 2016, pp68-76.

6.        “The State of the Archive: Research Resources for Advertising Studies in Mainland China”(English), Asia Pacific Perspectives (ISSN: 2167-1699), Vol13, No.2, 2016