Zhao Dongmei graduated from Huazhong University of Science and Technology with a master degree in architectural design; she completed her PhD education in architectural history and theory from Tongji University. Zhao has been working on the history of Western architecture and the history of architectural education in Modern China, and her studies focus on the Western architectural records’ spread and influence in China. She is one of the authors of Architecture & Culture of Shanghai Jiaotong University (上海交通大学人文建筑之旅).
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Zhao Ting-yang is a researcher in the Institute of Philosophy in China Academy of Social Sciences. His major works include On Possible Lives, Systems Worldwide, Research on Bad World, etc.
Born in 1976, an Associate Professor in Jinan University, whose academic interests are about nostalgia, cultural memory, identity, modernity and visual arts. She was ever a visiting scholar at English Department at Harvard University. Her books include Nostalgia (Commercial Press, 2009), On the Old Photography (Guangxi Normal University Press, 2005) and Cultural Modernity and Aesthetic Issues (Zhou Xian ed., China Renmin University Press, 2005).
(1973~ ) is associate research fellow of Literature Institute, Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences (SASS). He graduated from Shandong University (1996), SASS (1999) and obtained a PhD from Fudan University (2002). His main area of research is Literature Theory and Culture Studies, especially the ideology found in everyday life throughout contemporary Chinese society. He has participated in many research programs and organized several feature discussions on popular culture. His academic output includes journal papers and translation work.
Born in Shanghai 1953, Ph.D., is professor of philosophy at Fudan University, Chief-editor of Contemporary Chinese Phisosophy Series.
Zheng Bo was born in Beijing in 1974 and has lived in the US, Europe, and Hong Kong. His art projects have been exhibited in numerous museums in China and abroad. He has a PhD in Visual & Cultural Studies from the University of Rochester.