教师名录
陈思宇
通讯地址:Room 607, Building G, HITSZ
电子邮件:siyu.chen06@gmail.com
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个人简介

Assistant Professor

研究方向

Urban and Globalization Studies, Anthropology, Creative Industries, Media and Gender in China

教育经历

2012-2015  PhD, Media Studies, University of Oslo

研究与工作经历

2019-  Assistant professor, Harbin Institute of Technology (Shenzhen)
2017-2019  Postdoctoral researcher,Amsterdam Center for Globalization Studies, University of Amsterdam. Member of the European Research Council Project “ChinaCreative”
2015-2016  Teaching and research fellow, University of Oslo
  
  

专业资质与学术兼职

2015-  External reviewer for Modern China (SSCI)
2016-  External reviewer for Men and Masculinities(SSCI)
2016-  External reviewer for Families, Relationships and Societies(SSCI)

科研项目

2019-2022  Principal investigator, "Creative Shenzhen" supported by HITSZ Startup Fund
2017-2019  Postdoctoral research fellow, “ChinaCreative” supported by European Research Council Consolidator Grant
2009-2012  Principal investigator, “An exploration of the limitation of imagism through its kinship with classical Chinese poetry” supported by the State Fund for Basic Scientific Research of Central Colleges
2007-2009  Core member, “English acquisition based on teachers’ experience” supported by the National Social Sciences Foundation
2005-2007  Research assistant, Silk Road European Studies Center, Xi’an Jiaotong University

科研成果及奖励

2016  Asian Anthropology Best Paper Award
2015  Theodor C. Bestor Prize for Best Graduate Paper on the Anthropology of East Asia , American Anthropology Assosiation
2015  NIAS SUPRA Nordic Scholarship
2015-2016  IKOS gjennomføringstipend (PhD Completion Grant)
2014  Faculty of Humanities, University of Oslo Fieldwork Grant
2012-2015  Doctoral fellowship, University of Oslo

论文及著作

PhD Dissertation
Chen Siyu. (2015) Discursive Construction of Masculinities in Contemporary Chinese Public Culture. Oslo: University of Oslo, 2015.

Peer-reviewed Journal Articles
Chen Siyu. (2017) Disciplining Desiring Subjects through the Remodeling of Masculinity: A Case Study of a Chinese Reality Dating Show. Modern China. 43(1): 95-120.

Chen Siyu.(2016)Negotiating Masculinities through the Game of Distinction: An Ethnographic Study of MOBA Gamers at a Chinese University. Asian Anthropology.15(3): 242-259. -republished in Déjà Lu by the World Council of Anthropological Associations, Issue 6 March 2018

Book Chapters
Chen Siyu.(2019). Digital Payment, Vernacular Creativity and Governmentality. In Jeroen de Kloet, Yiu Fai Chow and Lena Maria Scheen (Eds.), You Must Create? Boredom, Shanzhai and Digitisation in the Time of “Creative China”. Amsterdam University Press.

Chen Siyu. (2014). Consuming Masculinities: Representations of Male Literati in Chinese Men’s Lifestyle Magazines, in Cassandra Loeser and Frank G. Karioris (ed.) Reimagining masculinities: Beyond masculinist epistemology. Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press. pp. 79-102

会议论文及发表演说

• “Suspended Aspirations-Autonomy, Creativity and Precarity of Wall Painters in Dafen”, Association for Asian Studies Conference 2019,Denver. 21-24, March, 2019.

• “Vernacular Creativity in Dafen”, Workshop on Vernacular Creativity in China and beyond. Amsterdam. 4-5 October, 2018.

• “Aspirations in Suspension – Autonomy and Precarity of Wall Painters in Dafen”, Workshop on Suspension: Mobilities, Aspirations and Socio-Political Stagnation in China, St Hugh’s College, Oxford. 17-18, Sep,2018.

• “Autonomy and Precarity of Wall Painters in Dafen”, EACS 2018, Glasgow 28 Aug.- 2 Sep.

• “A Pilgrimage to Authenticity-- A Study on the Documentary China’s Van Goghs”. Inter-Asia Cultural Studies Conference, Seoul, 4-8 Jul., 2017.

• “How to Study Makerspaces?” - A workshop to share, prototype and experiment with new approaches to study urban spaces of creativity. Institute for Global and Area Studies, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Lausanne, 18-19 Apr., 2017.

• “Negotiating Masculinities through the Game of Distinction: A Case Study of MOBA Gamers at a Chinese University.” A Multitude of Encounters with Asia—Gender Perspectives, Reykjavik, 15 Oct., 2014.

• “Winner or Loser? How Computer Games Shape Masculinities in a Chinese Technology University.” Seminar on the New Middle Class in China: Gender and Generation. Centre for Gender Research, Oslo, 22 Aug., 2014.

• “Disciplining Desiring Subjects through the Remodeling of Masculinity: A Case Study of a Chinese Reality Dating Show.” The Tenth Graduate Seminar on China at Chinese University of Hong Kong. Hong Kong, 10 Jan., 2014.

• “Representations of Male Literati in Chinese Men’s Lifestyle Magazines.” Oslo-Austin Graduate Students Conference on Gender in Asia. Oslo, 13 May, 2013.

• “Consumerist Masculinities in the Remaking: Male Literati in Chinese Men’s Lifestyle Magazines.” 3rd International Conference on Femininities and Masculinities. Prague, 21 May, 2013.

• “Dilemmas of Chinese Modernity: A Case Study of a Localized Television Dating Show in China.” New European Research on Contemporary China. Beijing, 4–6 July, 2012.

• “Popularity, Polysemy and Controversy: A Case Study of a Chinese Television Dating Show.” International Conference on Popular Culture and Social Transformation. Oslo, 4–5 Oct., 2012.

任教和任导师经历

  
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