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Curriculum Vitae

Feb 2012

Wang Ming


Oct, 2011 - present        Department of International Relations, Tsinghua University, Beijing

                                     Postdoctoral Fellow, School of Humanities and Social Sciences.

Sep, 2006 - Sep, 2011   Department of History, Tsinghua University, Beijing

                                     Ph.D in Chinese Ancient History.

Sep, 2002 - Jan, 2006   Department of History, Tsinghua University, Beijing

                                     M.A. in Historical Philology.

Sep, 1998 - Jul, 2002    Department of Chinese Language and Literature, Tsinghua University, Beijing

                                     B.A. in Chinese Language and Literature.


Wang Ming, “The Immortal of Trailbreaker: The Image and Character of Fangxiang in Ancient Chinese Funeral Ritual,” in Journal of Tsinghua University (Beijing), no.2, 2012.

Wang Ming, “A Study of Fangxiang and Qitou in Funeral Ritual Grades in Medieval China,” in Study of Chinese Medieval History (Taipei), no.11 (Dec 2011).

Wang Ming, “Dynasty Legitimacy and Political Succession: The Transformations of Temple Name ‘Taizu’ of Tuoba Wei Dynasties and Its Historical Account,” in Journal of Chinese Literature and History (Shanghai), no.2, 2011, full texts reshipped by the National People's University publication photocopying material History of Wei and Jin, The Northern and Southern Dynasties, Sui and Tang Dynasties (Beijing), no.6, 2011.

Wang Ming, “An Introduction of the English Versions of Sun Tzu’s The Art of War in the 20th Century,” in Sinology Study, Collection 11, Beijing: Xueyuan Press, 2011.

Wang Ming,“Review of Tombs and Death -- The Reflection of Ancient Chinese Religion,” Proceedings of the Chinese History Study (Beijing), no.2, 2011.

Wang Ming, “A Correction on the Imperial Edict about Temple Names in Emperor Xiaowen’s Age Mentioned by Book of Wei,” in Chinese History Study (Beijing), no.3, 2009.

Wang Ming, “A Study of Pei Ji’s Gravestone Epitaph in the Northern Zhou Dynasty,” in Colloquium of Forest of Steles, Collection 15, Xi’an: Sanqin Press, 2009.

Wang Ming, “The Narrative Change from ‘Cutting the Ice’ to ‘Melting the Ice’: A Case of Buddhism’s Influence upon the Shaping of the Confucian ‘Twenty-four Piety Stories,’” in Yan Yaozhong (eds.), Researches on the Country and Regional Society in the Tang Dynasty, Shanghai: Shanghai Ancient Books Press, 2008.

Wang Ming, “The Earliest English Versions of Sun Tzu’s The Art of War and Their Relations with Japan,” in World Sinology (Beijing), no.6 (Jun 2006), part texts reshipped by Annual of the Learning of Sun Tzu’s Art of War, no.4, Jinan: Shangdong Province Map Press, 2008.


Benjamin Schwartz, “The Age of Transcendence,” trans. by Wang Ming, in Wang Zhongjiang (eds.), Neo-Philosophy, Collection 6, Zhengzhou: Daxiang Press, 2006.

Benjamin Schwartz, “Review on Disputers of the Tao,” trans. by Cheng Gang and Wang Ming, in Wang Zhongjiang (eds.), Neo-Philosophy, Collection 6, Zhengzhou: Daxiang Press, 2006.

Paul Jakov Smith, “Family, Landsmann, and Status-Group Affinity in Refugee Mobility Strategies: The Mongol Invasions and the Diaspora of Sichuanese Elites, 1230-1330,” trans. by Yu Manyi, proofreading by Wang Ming, in Zhang Guogang (eds.), Family and Society, Beijing: Tsinghua University Press, 2010.