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Research staff

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  • Dr Hongwei Bao

    Research Associate

    Dr Hongwei Bao is an Associate Professor in Media Studies at the University of Nottingham. His research primarily focuses on queer media and visual culture in contemporary China. He is currently researching Chinese queer art and film in the contemporary PRC. He has published articles on Chinese queer artists and filmmakers...

  • Dr Jenifer Chao

    Research Associate

    Dr Jenifer Chao is a senior lecturer at the Leicester Media School of De Montfort University.  Her research is situated at the confluence of cultural analysis, in particular visual culture, and International Relations. It focuses on the diverse ways that politics and aesthetics converge to address issues such as national...

  • Professor Jonathan Harris

    Birmingham School of Art

    I have been working on a trilogy of books on the theme of globalization and contemporary art since 2009, published by Wiley-Blackwell USA. The first, a major sole-edited anthology, Globalization and Contemporary Art , was published in May 2011 (UK). The second, m y sole-authored book, The Utopian Globalists: Artists of...

  • Professor Jiehong Jiang

    Head of Research

    Professor Jiang Jiehong is Head of Research at School of Art, Director of the Centre for Chinese Visual Arts, Birmingham City University, and he is also Principal Editor of the Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art (Intellect). Jiang has extensive research and curatorial experiences in contemporary art and visual culture. ...

  • Dr Monica Merlin

    Programme Leader MA Contemporary Arts China

    Dr Monica Merlin is the Programme Leader for the MA Contemporary Arts China. Before joining Birmingham City University she taught for the MA Arts of China at Christie’s Education (London), validated by the University of Glasgow. Monica lived and worked in Beijing for two years after a BA in Chinese Studies specialising in...

  • Nuria Querol

    Senior Lecturer in Art Theory, Course Director MA Contemporary Arts China

    Dr Nuria Querol is Senior Lecturer in Art Theory and Course Director for the MA Contemporary Arts China. Before joining Birmingham City University, they lectured at various universities including the Slade School of Fine Art, Central Saint Martins and King’s College London. Nuria is an art historian and curator whose...

  • Dr Lauren Walden

    Leverhulme Early Career Fellow in Contemporary Chinese Art

    Dr Lauren Walden's first degree was in Modern and Medieval Languages (French and Spanish) at the University of Cambridge. Having gained linguistic fluency, her cultural interests broadened beyond literature and an interest in visual arts and cultural institutions emerged. This was initially met by a Masters in Museum Studies at...

  • Dr Anita Xiaoming Wang

    Research Associate

    Dr. Anita Xiaoming Wang is R esearch Associate to the Centre for Chinese Visual Arts, Birmingham City University. F rom 01.2015 to 02.2018, she completed an Alexander von Humboldt Post-doctoral Research Fellowship in Chinese art history at the State Art C ollection Dresden (SKD), Germany.  During the last year of...

  • Dr. Jieling Xiao

    Senior Lecturer in Environmental Design

    Jieling teaches Environmental Design at the Birmingham School of Architecture. She completed her B.Arch in Architecture at Wuhan University of Technology in China and holds an MArch degree in Urban Design from University College London. Jieling’s Ph.D explored smellscapes in intermodal transit spaces in the UK and China from a...

  • Linzhi Zhang

    Research Associate

    Dr Linzhi Zhang is Research Associate to the Centre for Chinese Visual Arts. She obtained her PhD from the University of Cambridge. Her research explains the social production of contemporary Chinese art, meaning how art is made and recognised as art through a series of social operations, and what roles social-cognitive...

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