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唐小兵
 
名称 唐小兵  
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姓名:唐小兵

职称:副教授

联系方式:fengshiyannfc@163.com

教育背景和工作经历:

11997年至2001年就读于湖南大学人文社会科学系新闻学专业。

22001年至2003年任教于湖南衡阳师范学院新闻系。

32003年至2009年,硕士、博士就读于上海华东师范大学历史学系,博士学位论文题目为:《现代中国的公共舆论:以<大公报>“星期论文”和<申报>“自由谈”为中心的历史考察》,期间至加拿大不列颠哥伦比亚大学亚洲研究所访问交流一学年。

42009年至今,任教于华东师范大学历史学系,中国近现代史教研室副教授,研究生导师。2017-2018年度哈佛燕京访问学者。

研究领域:晚清民国报刊史与知识分子史;回忆录、口述史与20世纪中国的历史记忆;左翼文化与20世纪中国革命等。

 

主要成果:

一、学术论文

1、《徊徨在问学与论政之间的知识人:以<大公报>“星期论文”作者群体为中心的考察》,《史林》,2009年第1

2、《公共舆论与权力网络——以1930年代前期<大公报>“星期论文”和<申报>“自由谈”为例的考察》,《浙江学刊》,2010年第1期。

3、《清议、舆论与宣传——清末民初的报人与社会》,《华东师范大学学报(哲学社会科学)》,2010年第6期。

4、《启蒙话语的自我分化——以<大公报>“星期论文”和<申报>“自由谈”为中心的考察》,《史林》,2011年第2期。

5、《旧上海文人的自我意识——以<申报>“自由谈”为例》,《历史教学问题》,2011年第4期。

6、《自由主义与民族主义的调适——以胡适1930年代<大公报>“星期论文”言论为例》,《浙江学刊》,2011年第5期。

7、《印刷上海与公共空间之拓展——以1930年代<申报>为中心的讨论》,《新闻大学》,2012年第3期。

8、《公、私观念与近世中国的道德焦虑及其转化》,《思想与文化》,第12辑,2012年。

9、《重访中国革命:以德性为视角》,《东方历史评论》第3辑,2013年。

10、《让历史记忆照亮未来》,《读书》,2014年第2期。

11、《公共讨论与国民意识之建构——1930年代以《大公报•读者论坛》为中心的考察》,《安徽大学学报(哲学社会科学版)》,2014年第2期。

12、《战争、苦难与新闻——试论抗战时期民间报刊的舆论动员》,《新闻与传播研究》,2015年第8期。

13、《当代中国知识人的自恋文化是如何炼成的?》,韩国国民大学《中国知识网络》,2015年。

14、《形塑社会想象的思想资源与概念工具——以二十世纪二三十年代“社会问题”系列图书为中心的考察》,《中共党史研究》,2016年第5期。

 

二、科研项目

左翼文化在上海的兴盛、传播及其影响(2015年度国家社科基金一般项目,在研)

 

三、著作书籍

1、《现代中国的公共舆论——以<大公报>“星期论文”和<申报>“自由谈”为例》,北京:社会科学文献出版社,2012年版。

2、《十字街头的知识人》,北京:中国人民大学出版社,2013年版。

3、《与民国相遇》,北京:三联书店,2017年版。

4、《近代中国知识分子的公共交往(1895-1949)》(合著),上海:上海人民出版社,2008年版。

5、《报人报国——中国新闻史的另一种读法》(合著),香港:香港中文大学出版社,2013年版。

 

四、获奖情况

1、华东师范大学第十届青年教师教学比赛二等奖。(2014

2、上海市教育发展基金委员会申万宏源奖。(2015

 

五、社会兼职

《上海学》特邀编委,《民国北京史研究丛书》编委,华东师范大学-加拿大不列颠哥伦比亚大学现代中国与世界联合研究中心研究员,华东师范大学民间记忆与地方文献中心研究员。

 

 

Name:Tang Xiaobing

Title:Associate Professor

Contact: fengshiyannfc@163.com

 

Bio: Tang Xiaobing is an Associate Professor from the History Department of East China Normal University, China. He obtained his B.A. (2001) in Journalism at Hunan University after which he moved to Shanghai to undertake history studies. He was awarded an M.A. (2006) and Ph.D. (2009) from the History Department of East China Normal University. During his Ph.D. study, he spent one year conducting research at the University of British Columbia.Now he is a visiting scholar of Harvard-Yenching Institute from 2017-2018.

 

Research field: Tang’s research topics cover modern Chinese history, particularly focusing on the change and continuity of Chinese intellectuals’ thoughts and culture, and the development of Chinese journalism in the first half of the twentieth century. Currently, he is conducting a study of left-wing intellectuals’ thoughts, behaviors and activities in 1920s and 1930s China, which is aimed at revealing the subtle and complex relations between the exchange of left-wing culture in China and the later Communist revolution.

 

Achievements:

1Aticles

1“Intellectual Resources and Conceptual Tools of Shaping Social Imaginaries: An Examination Focusing on ‘Social Problem’ Book Series During the Republic of China,” CPC History Studies, No. 5, 2016.

2“How is the making of Narcissistic Culture in Contemporary Chinese Intellectuals?” Chinese Knowledge Network (Kookmin University), 2015.

3“War, Suffering, and Journalism: A Tentative Study in Public Mobilization of Folk Newspapers During the Anti-Japanese War,” Journalism & Communication, No. 8, 2015.

4“Public Discussion and the Construction of National Consciousness: An Examination of ‘Readers Forum’ of Ta-Kung Pao in the 1930s,” Journal of Anhui University (Philosophy and Social Sciences), No. 2, 2014.

5“The Illumination of Future by Historical Memory,” Dushu, No. 2, 2014.

6“Revisiting Chinese Revolution: From the Perspective of Virtue,” Oriental Historical Review, No. 3, 2013.

7“Conceptions of Public and Private, Moral Anxiety and Its Transformation in Early Modern China,” Thought & Culture, No. 12, 2012.

8“The Printing Industry in Shanghai and the Expansion of Public Space,” Journalism Bimonthly, No. 3, 2012.

9“The Tension between Liberalism and Nationalism,” Zhejiang Academic Journal, No. 5, 2011.

10 “The Self-Consciousness of Literati in Old Shanghai,” History Teaching and Research, No. 4, 2011.

11“The Self-Cleavage of Enlightenment Discourse: An Examination Focusing on ‘Weekend Papers’ of Ta-Kung Pao and ‘Free Talk’ of Shenbao,” Historical Review, No. 2, 2011.

12“Qingyi, Public Opinion and Propaganda: Journalists and Society in the Late Qing Dynasty and the Early Republic of China,” Journal of East China Normal University (Humanities and Social Sciences), No. 6, 2010.

13“Public Opinions and Power Network: An Examination of ‘Weekend Papers’ of Ta-Kung Pao and ‘Free Talk’ of Shenbao before the 1930s,” Zhejiang Academic Journal No. 1, 2010.

14“Intellectuals Vacillating between Scholarship and Politics: An Examination Focusing on Authors of ‘Weekend Papers’ of Ta-Kung Pao,” Historical Review, No. 1, 2009.

 

2Project

1“From New Culture Movement to Leftist Culture Movement: A Study Based on ‘Social Problem’ Book Series During the Republic of China,” funded by ECNU International Publication Program in Humanities and Social Sciences, 2016.

2“A Study in the Rise, Spread, and Influence of Leftist Culture in Shanghai,” funded by National Social Science Fund Project, 2015.

 

3Books

1Public Opinions in Modern China: A Study Based on “Weekend Papers” of Ta-Kung Pao and “Free Talk” of Shenbao, Beijing: Social Sciences Academic Press, 2012.

2Intellectuals at A Crossroads, Beijing: China Renmin University Press, 2013.

3Encounters with Intellectuals in the Republican Period (SDX Joint Publishing Company, 2017)

4(co-authored) Public Communications among Modern Chinese Intellectuals (1895—1949), Shanghai: Shanghai People Publishing House, 2008.

5(co-authored) Re-reading Chinese Journalism History, Hong Kong: The Chinese University Press, 2013.

 

4Honor and Award

1Second Award of the tenth teaching skill competition of young teachers of East China Normal University.2014

2Award named Shenwanhongyuan from the committee of education development in Shanghai.2015

 

5Professional Affiliation

Special-invited Editor of Shanghai Academy and Series Books about the History of Beijing in Republic China.  Research Professorship of ECNU-UBC Combine Research Center About Modern China and World. Research Professorship of unofficial memory and local archives Center.

 
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