005 College of Humanities and Communication
0501 Chinese Language and Literature
The Department of Chinese was founded in 1956, and was awarded the master's degree in Chinese Modern and Contemporary Literature in 2003, the master's degree in Chinese Language and Literature and Ancient Chinese Literature in 2006, and the first-level master's degree in 2011.
There are 44 full-time teachers, including 11 professors, 16 associate professors, and 36 teachers with doctoral degrees. There is one leading talent of National Ten Thousand People Plan, one member of Zhejiang Culture and History Research Institute, four talents of "151 Talent Project" of Zhejiang Province, five young and middle-aged discipline leaders of Zhejiang University, three Zhejiang East Scholars and Zhejiang East Young Scholars of Ningbo University.
In recent years, he has received more than 130 scientific research projects, including 1 major project, 1 key project and 15 general projects from the National Social Science Foundation of China. He has received 21 awards, including one second-class award from the Ministry of Education, one first-class award from the provincial government, one second-class award and three third-class awards. He has published more than 300 academic papers and more than 40 books.
Prof. Zhao Shugong, the head of the department, is one of the leading talents in philosophy and social sciences of the National "Ten Thousand People Plan", a cultural master and one of the "Four Batch" talents, a first-level trainer of 151 talents in Zhejiang Province, and a Zhendong scholar of Ningbo University. He is mainly engaged in the research of ancient literature and ancient literary theory, published 7 books, selected as one of the National Library of Philosophical and Social Sciences, presided over one major project of National Social Science Foundation, four general projects and late projects, won the first prize of academic awards at provincial and ministerial level once and other two times. His achievements have been reprinted, extracted and included in Xinhua Digest, NPC Reprographic Materials, Academic Digest of Liberal Arts in Higher Education, Yearbook of Ancient Literature Research, etc.
The Department of Chinese Language has the following secondary disciplines: Literature and Art, Linguistics and Applied Linguistics, Chinese Language and Literature, Ancient Chinese Literature, Contemporary Chinese Literature, Literature and New Media, and Chinese Classical Literature.
01 Literature and Art
There are three research directions: literary aesthetics, ancient Chinese literary theory and criticism, and western literary theory. With literary theory, literary categories and literary aesthetics as the research objects, we have achieved a number of influential results in the fields of ancient literary theory criticism and western literary theory research. The main researchers include Prof. Zhao Shugong, Prof. Yin Dexiang, Associate Prof. Ge Tibiao, Associate Prof. Xue Xianchao, Associate Prof. Zhou Jingyao, etc.
02 Linguistics and Applied Linguistics
The Department of Linguistics and Applied Linguistics has three research areas: Vocabulary and Grammar, Discourse and Pragmatics, and Chinese Language Teaching. The main research areas are modern Chinese vocabulary, grammar, discourse, rhetoric, comparison of Chinese and foreign languages, teaching of Chinese as a native language and teaching Chinese as a foreign language. The main researchers are Prof. Nie Renfa, Prof. Ruan Yongmei, Prof. He Qingqiang, and Associate Prof. Wang Xiaohui.
03 Chinese Linguistics
The department has three research directions: Modern Chinese, Middle Chinese, and Chinese dialects, with the main research content of documentary languages, colloquial languages, and Wu and Gan dialects since the Middle Ages, and has formed characteristics in related research fields and achieved a series of results. In recent years, he has highlighted the research on the history of Chinese vocabulary in special books and categories and the study of Zhejiang dialects. The main researchers include Professor Song Wenbing, Professor Xiao Ping, Associate Professor Tian Qitao, and Dr. Xie Ming.
04 Ancient Chinese Literature
There are three research directions: Tang and Song literature, Yuan, Ming and Qing literature, and regional culture and literature. The research on Tang Dynasty literature, Ming and Qing novels, regional culture and literature, and ancient literature bibliography has formed certain characteristics. The main researchers include Professor Zhang Ru'an, Professor Zhao Shukong, Associate Professor Zhang Ping, Associate Professor Ao Yunmei, etc.
05 Chinese Modern and Contemporary Literature
There are three research directions: the study of 20th century literary trends and genres, the study of 20th century literary categories, and the study of 20th century writers' works. The main research focuses on modern and contemporary thought and literary transformation, women's literature/vernacular literature, female folklore and female image construction in the perspective of literary folklore, 20th century novels and new poetry, and the historicization of contemporary literary research and its methods and paths. The main researchers are Prof. Nan Zhigang, Prof. Zhou Chunying, Prof. Mao Haiying, Associate Prof. Hu Suzhen, and Associate Prof. Shaanxi Qing.
060200 Chinese History
The Department of History was established in 1982, and was granted the right to confer master's degree in the second level of specialized history in 2003, and the right to confer master's degree in the first level of Chinese history in 2006. The department is the main academic force of Zhejiang University's Zhejiang East Culture Research Institute, and the main support unit of Zhejiang Province's key cultural innovation team, the Ocean Culture Research Innovation Team. In addition, the "Ningbo Zhedong Culture Research Base" and "Ningbo Republican Culture Research Base" are located in this discipline; the strategic cooperation project between Ningbo Municipal Government and Chinese Academy of Social Sciences "Zhedong Culture and Ningbo Cultural City Construction The strategic cooperation project between Ningbo government and Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS), "Zhejiang East Culture and Ningbo Cultural City Construction", is also supported by the discipline, and four professors of the discipline have become doctoral supervisors of CASS. There are 30 teachers, including 9 professors and 11 associate professors, and 29 of them have doctoral degrees. Professor Gong Yingyan, the leader of the department, is the second-level trainer of 151 talents in Zhejiang Province, the vice president of the China Overseas Transportation History Research Association, the member of the Committee on Digitization of Cultural Heritage of Maps of the International Cartographic Association, and the doctoral supervisor of Zhejiang University. He is mainly engaged in research on the history of Chinese and foreign cultural exchanges, the history of cartography, and the history and culture of Zhejiang, and has published such books as The Spread of Opium and the Opium Trade with China, A Collection of Knowledge, A History of Early Christianity in Zhejiang, and A Study of Matteo Ricci's World Map. He has presided over the National Social Science Foundation project "China on the Map of Early Europe" and several provincial projects. He is also in charge of the National Social Science Foundation's major project "Classification and Research of Documents in the Tianyi Pavilion".
Under the Department of Chinese History, there are five secondary degree programs: Theory and History of History, Specialized History, Ancient Chinese History, Modern Chinese History, and History of Chinese and Foreign Relations.
(1) Theory of History and History of History
There are three directions: Theory of History, History of Chinese History, and History of Chinese Fangzhiology, which are under the charge of Professor Qian Mowei, Associate Professor Tong Jie, and Associate Professor Shen Songping respectively. This degree program focuses on the study of Chinese historical texts in various historical periods and the correct evaluation of historical thoughts and schools of history in each historical stage. The main research areas are: the historiography of the Six Dynasties, the Ming and Qing dynasties historical tradition in eastern Zhejiang, local historiography in Chinese cultural history, public historiography and the current trends of historical development, and the collation and study of maritime documents. These research contents are closely related to the regional culture of Ningbo and also belong to international frontier academic issues, and they are also closely related to the compilation of local histories today; therefore, the main characteristics of this degree program are regional, frontier and practical. The main advantages are: 1. Geographical advantages: it is closely related to the local culture of Ningbo; 2. Social resources advantages: the state stipulates that local history must be compiled every few years, and at the same time, local governments and departments compile a large number of historical works every year, which provides rich resources for the development of this degree program, including research topics, personnel training, and employment of graduates. The required courses offered include Theory and Methods of Historical Research, Research on the History of Chinese History, and Research on the History of Fangzhi Development.
(2) Specialized History
There are three directions of regional social change, regional cultural history and regional politics and foreign relations, which are under the charge of Professor Zhang Wei, Associate Professor Li Xiaohong and Associate Professor Gu Xuemei respectively. The degree program focuses on the study of political history, economic history, cultural history and the history of regional social changes in eastern Zhejiang. The main research area is the study of "Zhejiang Studies". It mainly studies the cultural thinking of Zhejiang studies in the context of the new era, summarizes the experience and lessons of the development of Zhejiang studies, examines the inheritance and innovation of Zhejiang studies, the conflict and exchange between Zhejiang studies and foreign cultures, the professionalization and popularization of Zhejiang studies. These research contents are closely related to Zhejiang region and international frontier academic issues, and also involve many disciplines, therefore, the main characteristics of this degree program are: regional, frontier and cultural. The main advantages of the degree program are: 1. geographical advantages: it is closely related to the regional culture of Zhejiang, including the development of Zhejiang's history and culture, the rise and evolution of the academics in eastern and western Zhejiang; 2. interdisciplinary advantages: based on the land of eastern Zhejiang, the degree program integrates the disciplines of literature, Buddhism, archaeology, art history and cultural relics conservation, and examines the historical changes and evolution of regional society, culture, politics and foreign relations from both vertical and horizontal dimensions. and evolution of regional society, culture, politics, and foreign relations. The required courses include regional economic history, regional cultural history, and regional social history.
(3) Ancient Chinese History
The Department of Ancient Chinese History is composed of three areas: History of the Qin, Han, Wei, Jin, North and South Dynasties, Sui and Tang Dynasties, Song and Yuan Dynasties, and Ming and Qing Dynasties, which are taught by Professors Shang Yongqi, Tang Xiejun and Jia Qingjun respectively. The degree program focuses on the historical process, boundary changes, institutional civilization, people's life, ideology and culture in different time periods, and systematically studies the history of China from the pre-Qin dynasty to the Opium War, and comprehensively reveals the integration of the Chinese nation and the evolution of ancient Chinese civilization. The main research areas are: ①Chineseization and regionalization of Buddhism. The main research focuses on how Buddhism was integrated into Chinese culture and how it formed characteristics in different regions (especially in eastern Zhejiang). ②Research on academic culture in eastern Zhejiang, including famous thinkers such as Huang Zhen, Wang Yangming, Huang Zongxi, Wan Sitong, and Quan Zuwang. These researches are closely related to Ningbo region and international frontier academic issues, and also involve many disciplines; therefore, the main characteristics of this degree program are: regional, frontier and comprehensive. The main advantages are: 1. Geographical advantages: it is closely related to the regional culture of Ningbo, including the development of Ningbo history and culture, the rise and evolution of Ningbo Buddhism; 2. Interdisciplinary advantages: this direction integrates the disciplines of literature, Buddhism, archaeology, art history and cultural relics conservation to form distinctive features. The required courses offered include the history of ancient history disciplines, the study of ancient social history literature, and the study of ancient Chinese history topics.
(4) Modern Chinese History
The Department of Modern Chinese History is composed of three areas, namely, economic and social changes in China since modern times, Sino-foreign relations and intellectual and cultural exchanges in modern times, and the history of the Republic of China, which are under the charge of Professor Wang Ruicheng, Professor Chen Junjing and Researcher Sun Shangen respectively. The degree program systematically studies the history of China since the Opium War and focuses on exploring the politics, society, economy, finance and finance, foreign relations, ideology and culture of Zhejiang in that period. The main areas of research include the transformation of Ningbo as a typical modern city, the Republican figures represented by Chiang Kai-shek, and the status of the "Ningbo Gang" in modern Chinese history. These research contents are closely related to Ningbo region and international frontier academic issues, and they are also closely related to the development of Ningbo University, therefore, the main characteristics of this direction are regional, frontier and realistic. The main advantages of this degree program are: 1. geographical advantages: it is closely related to the local regional culture of Ningbo; 2. overseas resources advantages: Ningbo University was founded by overseas Ningbo gang members, and this discipline has extensive and close connections with overseas Ningbo gang. The required courses offered are the study of the history of modern Chinese political thought, the study of modern Chinese economic and social history, and the study of the history of modern Chinese foreign relations.
(5) History of Chinese and Foreign Relations
There are three departments in the history of East Asian transportation, Japanese history and East Asian cultural history, which are under the charge of Professor Gong Yingyan, Professor Liu Hengwu and Associate Professor Zhou Liping respectively. This degree program focuses on the history of ancient China and East Asia, the history of China-Europe relations since modern times, and the history of Sino-American relations. The main research areas are: the study of the ancient Maritime Silk Road with a focus on Ningbo, the study of maritime history with a focus on the East China Sea, and the study of the history of Sino-European relations based on rare foreign language documents. These issues are both closely related to the Ningbo region and are international frontier academic issues, and also involve many disciplines such as Chinese and foreign documents, archaeological relics, art modelling and maritime maps, etc. Therefore, the main features are: regional, frontier and comprehensive. The main advantages are: 1. Geographical advantages: it is closely related to the local regional culture of Ningbo; 2. Foreign language advantages: the teachers of this degree program are not only proficient in using foreign languages such as English, Japanese, Korean, French, Latin and Italian for research, but also in identifying manuscripts in English, French, Japanese, Latin and Italian, which is rare in domestic universities. The required courses offered are the study of the history of Sino-foreign relations, the study of Japanese history, and the history of Chinese Christian religions.
The Department of Chinese History at Ningbo University is the only discipline engaged in historical and cultural research in Ningbo, and has undertaken almost all the important projects on history and culture in Ningbo. The Department of Chinese History is unique in the province for its research on local history and has a large influence in China. The discipline of Chinese History has undertaken a large number of teacher training programs for secondary schools in Zhejiang Province every year, which has been well received by the provincial education department and many secondary school teachers. In addition, the discipline of Chinese History has supported the operation of Zhejiang Buddhist College and provided talent support for it. In recent years, the Department of Chinese History has continued to accelerate the pace of internationalization and has established long-term academic exchanges and cooperation with the Hoover Institution at Stanford University, Waseda University in Japan, Shizuoka Prefectural University in Japan, and Kyungpook University in Korea.
In the past five years, members of the Department of Chinese History have published 200 papers in journals such as Historical Research, World History, Modern History Research, Chinese Economic History Research, Historical Theory Research, Documents, Qing History Research, History of Scholarship Research, Academic Monthly, Social Science Front, Religious Studies, Zhejiang Social Science, People's Daily and Guangming Daily. He has published more than 200 papers in journals such as Academic Monthly, Social Science Front, Religious Studies, Zhejiang Social Sciences, People's Daily, Guangming Daily, etc. Many papers have been reprinted in full in Xinhua Digest and NPC Reprint, and more than 50 monographs have been published. He has received two major bidding projects from the National Social Science Foundation of China, one key project from the National Social Science Foundation of China, one foreign translation project from the National Social Science Foundation of China, four post-grant projects from the National Social Science Foundation of China, and six regular projects and youth projects from the National Social Science Foundation of China. In addition, the Department of Chinese History has received one major tender project from the provincial philosophical society, three key projects at the provincial and ministerial levels, and more than 10 regular projects at the provincial and ministerial levels.
045300 Chinese International Education
Master of Teaching Chinese to Speakers of Other Languages (MTCSOL) is a professional master's degree program approved by the Ministry of Education of China in 2007, which aims to cultivate high-level, applied Chinese teaching professionals who can teach Chinese as a second/foreign language and spread Chinese culture in China or other countries in accordance with the new situation of Chinese international education.
Ningbo University started to recruit foreign students in 1997, and has a history of more than 20 years in Chinese international education. The university has a team of highly educated and qualified teachers with international perspectives in Chinese international education. It also has undergraduate majors in Chinese Language and Literature and Chinese Language, and was qualified to enroll in Master of Chinese as a Foreign Language Education (MTCSOL) in 2018. It is the only professional degree awarding site of Chinese international education in Ningbo, and is also one of the few high-quality resource bases for Chinese language training in Zhejiang Province. The master's degree program in Chinese International Education of Ningbo University relies on the advantages of the first-level discipline of Chinese Language and Literature in the College of Humanities and Communication of Ningbo University, and integrates the advantages of education, foreign language and history of Ningbo University, and makes use of the platform of the College of Chinese and foreign cooperation and high-quality teachers at home and abroad to cultivate students with an international vision and strategic thinking ability, a sense of social responsibility, the ability to teach Chinese language and culture, and the ability to be competent for practical work in Chinese international education and related industries. The degree program aims to cultivate high-level, application-oriented professionals with an international perspective and strategic thinking, a sense of social responsibility, the ability to teach and communicate Chinese language and culture, and the ability to work in Chinese international education and related industries. The degree program emphasizes the combination of theory and practice, and focuses on developing graduate students' ability to teach Chinese language and international communication of Chinese culture. The degree program has established Confucius Institutes and Chinese teaching sites in Iceland and Madagascar respectively, and has undergraduate majors for international students and advanced students for international students in China, with good conditions for internship at home and abroad.
There are 25 teachers in the degree program, including 10 professors, 10 associate professors and 21 teachers who have obtained doctoral degrees. In recent years, teachers of the degree program have presided over 20 national and provincial fund projects and more than 30 horizontal projects; published more than 100 papers in core journals and more than 10 books; the research results have won more than 10 excellent achievement awards at all levels.
She is mainly engaged in the research of Chinese international teaching, Chinese cultural communication, literary folklore, Chinese contemporary literature, etc. She has presided over one project of National Social Science Foundation of China, one project of Humanities and Social Sciences of Ministry of Education, one project of Zhejiang Provincial Philosophy and Society Planning, one project of Provincial Teaching Reform, one major project of Provincial Education Department, and many other projects, and published five monographs and more than 40 papers. He has published more than 40 papers and won many provincial and municipal awards for his thesis. Prof. Liu Hengwu is mainly engaged in the research of intercultural communication and Chinese and foreign cultural exchange. He has presided over many projects of National Social Science Planning, National Ministry of Education, Zhejiang Provincial Social Science Planning and Provincial Science and Technology Department, published many academic monographs and translations, published more than 30 papers, and won many provincial and municipal awards for his thesis. Professor He Qingqiang is mainly engaged in second language acquisition, English-Chinese language comparison, etc. He has presided over one project each of the National Social Science Foundation of China, the Humanities and Social Science Project of the Ministry of Education of China, and the Zhejiang Province Philosophy and Society Planning Project, and has published many papers. Prof. Xiao Ping is mainly engaged in teaching and researching modern Chinese language. She has presided over several provincial and ministerial level projects, published several monographs and papers, and her thesis has won municipal awards. Prof. Ruan Yongmei is mainly engaged in teaching Chinese as a foreign language and researching Chinese dialectology, presiding over several national, provincial and ministerial level projects and publishing many papers.
There are three main research directions under the degree: (1) Chinese teaching and research; (2) cultural research and communication; (3) Chinese-foreign comparison and Chinese teaching. The leaders and professional teachers of each direction have many years of experience in international Chinese teaching. The degree program also employs more than 10 part-time supervisors who are well-known Chinese scholars, experts in international Chinese language education in colleges and universities, executives of international schools and directors of overseas Confucius Institutes.
0552 Master of Arts in Journalism and Communication
The Department of Journalism and Communication was established in 1996, and was awarded the master's degree of "Literature and New Media" in 2013 and the master's degree of Journalism and Communication in 2018. The degree is dedicated to cultivating senior applied talents with socialist concept of journalism and communication and mastering modern journalism and communication skills for the press and propaganda departments of state organs and institutions, local news media and advertising companies. The degree program relies on the research platform of School of Journalism and Communication and Modern Communication Research Institute jointly established by Ningbo University, Ningbo Municipal Party Committee Propaganda Department, Ningbo Education Bureau, Ningbo Radio and Television Group and Ningbo Daily Group to carry out the cultivation of master's degree in journalism and communication. There are three research directions under the degree program: (1) integrated media journalism and big data communication; (2) advertising and brand communication; (3) film and culture communication.
There are 8 professors, 10 associate professors and 15 teachers with doctoral degrees in this degree program. Prof. Ning Hailin, the head of the degree program, is the leader of young and middle-aged disciplines in Zhejiang University and the vice president of the Communication Society of Zhejiang Province. He is mainly engaged in the research on the theory and application of visual communication, presiding over and completing two National Social Science Foundation projects and one major provincial project, and publishing more than 50 papers. Associate Professor Li Le, who is in charge of the direction of "Integrated Media News and Big Data Communication", is one of the leading talents cultivated in Ningbo. Prof. Wang Li, who is in charge of the direction of "Advertising and Brand Communication", has presided over and completed one project of the Ministry of Education and four projects of the Department of Education of Zhejiang Province, taught one national quality course, published more than 20 papers, obtained 37 patents of intellectual property rights, and is in charge of the provincial experimental teaching demonstration center of journalism and communication. Associate Professor Zhang Binning, who is in charge of the direction of "Film and Television Culture Communication", has presided over one general project of the National Social Science Foundation and participated in one major project of the National Social Science Foundation as the deputy editor-in-chief of the sub-project, published more than 40 academic papers and three monographs. In addition, this degree program has appointed experts from the Central Radio and Television Administration, Ningbo Radio and Television Group and Ningbo Daily Group as industry tutors.
In recent years, members of the degree program have published more than 200 papers in such journals as Journalism and Communication Research, International Journalism, Modern Communication, Social Science Front, Zhejiang Social Science, Contemporary Communication and China Publishing, etc. Many papers have been reprinted in full in Xinhua Digest and NPC Reprint Materials, and 18 monographs have been published.
0651 Cultural Heritage and Museums
Master of Cultural Heritage and Museology (M.C.H.M.) is a professional master's degree in cultural heritage and museums to meet the urgent demand for cultural heritage and museum professionals, improve the training system of cultural heritage and museum talents, innovate the training mode of cultural heritage and museum talents, and improve the quality of training of cultural heritage and museum talents. Professional Master's Degree.
The training objectives of the Master's Degree in Cultural Relics and Museums are: to cultivate high-level, application-oriented cultural relics and museum professionals with good political and ethical qualities, good knowledge and skills in cultural and museums and related fields, and capable of high-level business or management for cultural relics management institutions at all levels and various museums, research institutions, publishing institutions, community organizations, and various classical art operations and creative entities, etc. Museum Specialists.
There are 12 teachers in the degree program, among whom 6 have senior titles, 100% have doctoral degrees, 1 has obtained a doctoral degree abroad, and 10 have overseas working/studying experience. In recent years, teachers of the degree program have hosted more than 10 national and provincial foundation projects and more than 20 horizontal projects; they have published 70 papers in core journals and newspapers such as Chinese Social Sciences, Historical Research, Academic Monthly, Archaeology and Cultural Relics, Southeast Culture, Social Science Front, Western Studies, People's Daily, Guangming Daily and Chinese Social Science News. More than 70 papers have been published in the core journals and newspapers, including Xinhua Digest and NPC Reprographic Materials, and more than 10 books have been published. The degree program is the only one in East Zhejiang Province, and is one of the few bases for training talents in cultural relics and museums in Jiangsu, Zhejiang and Shanghai. The theoretical aspect is based on the basic theories and knowledge of cultural relics and museology, and the comprehensive knowledge of history, archaeology, art and science and technology, in order to cultivate the ability of cultural relics research and management of cultural and museum affairs; the practical aspect emphasizes the practical application ability of cultural relics research, museum display and cultural heritage protection.
He is mainly engaged in the research of regional archaeology, Chinese and foreign cultural exchanges, etc. He has presided over many projects of National Social Science Foundation, National Ministry of Education, Zhejiang Provincial Social Science Planning and Provincial Department of Science and Technology, published 4 monographs, 2 academic translations and more than 30 papers, and won the second prize of Zhejiang Provincial Philosophy and Society and the first prize of Zhejiang Provincial University Research Achievement Award. He has been awarded the First Prize of Zhejiang Provincial University Scientific Research Achievement Award and the First Prize of Ningbo Municipal Philosophy and Society Outstanding Achievement Award; Dr. Shang Yongqi, a researcher, is the Anzhong Chair Professor of Ningbo University and the Vice President of the Society for the History of Wei-Jin and North and South Dynasties. He has published more than 10 monographs and more than 40 papers; Associate Professor Jin Lu, PhD, is mainly engaged in the research of cultural heritage, cultural anthropology and ecological museums.
There are three main research directions under the degree: (1) archaeology; (2) museology; (3) cultural heritage. The leaders and teachers of each direction have strong professional practice ability and education teaching level. The degree program also employs more than 10 part-time masters as domestic and foreign well-known experts in cultural relics, professors of archaeology in universities and research institutes, museum curators and research curators, etc., and is committed to building a "dual-teacher" faculty structure.