Dr Pan   Wang
Senior Lecturer

Dr Pan Wang

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.

Arts,Design & Architecture
Humanities & Languages

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.

Phone
93852349
Location
246 Morven Brown

Publications

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

Grants

Media