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Dr. Dandan Chen

Professor of History
History & Political Science
 chenda@farmingdale.edu
 631-420-2739
 Memorial Hall Room 227

Education
PhD in Chinese History, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
MA in Chinese Literature, Peking University, Beijing, China
BA in Chinese Literature, Nanjing Normal University, Nanjing, China

Biography
Joined FSC in 2014

Areas of Research and Teaching Expertise:
Teaching:
Western Civilization
World Civilization
Peoples and Cultures of Asia
East Asia and the World
Cinema and the City
China since 1840
Technology Studies Capstone Seminar (writing intensive) ("Science and Technology in East Asia")

Previous Academic or Professional Positions:

Associate in Research at Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies, Harvard University, one of the world's leading centers for the study of China

Research/Publications

“Primers and Poetry in Ancient China: Shenglü Fameng and Beyond,” published in the Inaugural Issue of Journal of Chinese Literature and Culture (Duke University Press), November, 2014. [Journal article (print); refereed]

 “Learning, Poetry, and History: Qing Loyalists’s Scholarship and Writings in Early Republican Shanghai,” published in the Inaugural Issue of Journal of East Asian Humanities, 2014. [Journal article (print); refereed]

“The Urban Experience and Practice of Qing Loyalists in Early Republican Shanghai,” Journal of Chinese Studies, vol.6, 2014. [Journal article (print); refereed]

“From the Mountains to the City: The Qing Loyalist Mentality and Writing in Early Republican Shanghai,” Chinese Language and Literature Research, No. 1, 2015. [Journal article (print); refereed]

“Eileen Chang,Lu Xun, and Bertolt Brecht on Traditional Chinese Opera,”Journal of Chinese Literature, 2015. [Journal article (print); refereed]

Courses
HIS 115 (Western Civilization II)
HIS 118 (World Civilization II)
HIS 213 (Peoples and Cultures of Asia)
HIS 214 (East Asia and the World)
HIS 343 (Cinema and the City)
HIS 311 (China since 1840)
STS 400W Technology Studies Capstone Seminar (writing intensive) ("Science and Technology in East Asia")