Art History Training Program
Wu Xueshan received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the Department of Art History, Central Academy of Fine Arts. He is currently Associate Professor at Minzu University of China. His research interests lie in Chinese art history. He has published Collection of Wu Xueshan’s studies of Chinese Art History (Beijing: China Minzu University Press, 2009) and Zhang Zeduan’s Qingming Shanghe Tu (Beijing: Cultural Relics Press, 2009).
Hongfeng Tang received her B.A., M.A. and Ph.D. from Beijing Normal University. She graduated in 2009 and now works at the Chinese National Academy of Arts as an assistant researcher. She was a visiting scholar in the Department of East Asian Studies at the University of Toronto from 2007-2008. Her research interests focus on 20th-century China, especially late Qing and early Republican Chinese literature, visual culture and intellectual history. She is also interested in contemporary Chinese intellectual debates and Chinese-language cinema. She recently published the book Traveling Modernity: Studies on Travel Narrative in Late Qing Novels (Lvxing de Xiandaixing: Wan Qing Xiaoshuo Lvxing Xushi Yanjiu) ( Beijing Normal University Press, 2011). She is currently working on a project on Late Qing and Early Republican Chinese Visual Culture Studies, sponsored by the Chinese National Philosophy and Social Science Fellowship Office. She is also participating in a project on late Qing and early Republican Chinese literary thought.
Cai Tao is a Ph. D. candidate in the Department of Art History at the China Art Academy. His current research interest focuses on modern Chinese art movements of the 1930s and the Sino-Japanese relationship. As a curator at the Guangdong Museum of Art (GDMoA) since 1997, he has organized a series of exhibitions on modern Chinese artists who studied in Japan. In November 2007, he curated an exhibition on “Floating Avant-Garde: The Chinese Independent Art Society (Zhonghua Duli Meishu Xiehui), and Modern Art in Guangzhou, Shanghai and Tokyo in 1930s” held at GDMoA. He now works as Associate Research Fellow at the Guangzhou Fine Art Academy.
Editor: Cai Tao. with Kure Motoyuki.《浮游的前卫：中华独立美术协会与1930年代广州、上海、东京的现代美术》 （Floating Avant-Garde: Zhonghua Duli Meishu Xiehui (The Chinese Independent Art Society, 1935) and Modernist Art in Guangzhou, Shanghai and Tokyo”）, forthcoming.
Editor: ______. with Feng Bi, Zheng Ziyan. 《铁马野风：野夫的木刻艺术》（Ye Fu’s Wood cut Painting）, 2010.
Editor: ______. 《赵兽：神秘的狂气》（Zhaoshou: Surrealist Cross A Century）, 2008.
Editor: ______. 《梁锡鸿：遗失的路程》（Liangxihong: Lost Landscape）, 2006.
Editor: _____. with Li Mei, Cai Meng and Li Gongming,《第三届广州国际摄影双年展》（The 3rd Guangzhou Photo Biennale）, 2009.
Editor: _____, with Kuang Jinqiong, Liu Duanling, 《第二届广州国际摄影双年展》（The 2nd Guangzhou Photo Biennale）, 2007.
Editor: _____, with Gu Zheng, Liu Duanling.《第一届广州国际摄影双年展》（The 1st Guangzhou Photo Biennale）, 2005.
Wang Yuan graduated from Tongji University with her Ph. D in Architectural History in 2000 and currently is an associate professor in the Department of History, Shanghai Jiao Tong University. At present, her research interests are in architectural social history. Through a village case study in southern China, Yuan introduces anthropological and historical research methods to her study of vernacular architecture and uses multi-dimensional observation and analysis to strengthen the explanation for the architecture.
1, “The Application of 'Oral History Method' in the Architectural History Study” Journal of Tongji University, October issue, 2009, pp.52-56
2, “The Study of Tang Dynasty Buddhist Temples’ Layout and Decoration on the Basis of Comprehensive Collection of Tang” Huazhong Architecture, March issue, 2009, pp.243-246
3, “The discovery of Ming Dynasty Ordinary Residence in the Mountains of South Zhejiang” Journal of Shanghai Jiaotong University, February issue, 2009, pp.73-80
4, The Temples of Dhyana in the South of the Yangtze River, published by Shanghai Jiaotong University press, January 2009, Shanghai.
LI Qingquan （李清泉）is Professor and Dean, School of Art and Humanities, Guangzahou Academy of Fine Arts. His primary interests is the art history of medieval China, especially the Liao Dynasty. He is the Editor of The Study of Art History.
HUANG Xiaofeng （黄小峰）Lecturer in the Central Academy of Fine Arts. Huang graduated from the Department of Art History, Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing, China(M.A.2005, Ph.D.2008). His major field is the history of Chinese paintings and calligraphies, especially from Song to Qing dynasties.
Huimin FU （傅慧敏）an assistant professor in the Art college of Shanghai University, got her Ph.D. degree in Chinese Art history from Tsinghua university, P. R. China in 2009. Huimin's research interests include historiography of ancient Chinese painting and Taoism art.
DONG Jie （董捷）is a Ph. D. and Lecturer of Chinese Art History from China Academy of Art in Hangzhou. His research interests are on the Woodcut Works and Print Making of Late Imperial China (especially Late Ming Dynasty). His MA dissertation, which was published in 2006, was on the illustrations of different editions of the famous drama Xi Xiang Ji (the Romans of the West Chamber). Dong Jie got his Ph.D. degree in 2008 with the dissertation Print Career in Huzhou 1620-1644. His Supervisor was Prof. Fan Jing-zhong of China Academy of Art.