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CURRICULUM VITAE

SHEN Huifen, Ph.D., Associate Professor

Email:  shenhf@xmu.edu.cn

Academic Qualifications

Bachelor of Arts in Education (History), Fujian Normal University, 1999

Master Degree, Modern Chinese History, Fujian Normal University, 2002

Doctor of Philosophy, National University of Singapore, 2007

Current Research

Gender and transnational migration

Qiaoxiang studies

Teaching Areas

Gender, Transnational Migration, and International Relations

History of International Relations in the Asia Pacific

Foreign Relations of Modern China

Publications

Monograph

China's Left-Behind Wives: Families of Migrants from Fujian to Southeast Asia, 1930s-1950s. Original press:  Singapore: NUS Press, co-published by The University of Hawaii Press and Hong Kong University Press, 2012.

Journal Article

1.”Overseas Migration and Left-behind Wives in Folk Songs of Quanzhou in Fujian” (in Chinese), Journal of the South Seas Society 66 (2012): 53-66. 

2. “Surviving in Hometown: Returned Overseas Chinese from Southeast Asia in Fujian during the Pacific War” (in Chinese), Shijie minzu (World Ethno-National Studies) 6 (2011): 59–68.

3.“Research on the Literature Images and Historical Significance of the Fankeshen, the Left-behind Wives of the Nanyang Chinese in Fujian” (in Chinese), Fujian shifan daxue xuebao (Journal of Fujian Normal University), 4 (2011):  131-8.

4.“Marital Lives of the Left-behind Women in Overseas Chinese Families:  A Case Study of Migrant Marriages in Quanzhou, Fujian, 1930s-1950s” (in Chinese), Huaqiao huaren lishi yanjiu (Overseas Chinese History Studies) 2 (2011):  68-76.

5.“Qiaojuan Politics: Government Policies toward the Left-behind Family Members of Chinese Overseas, 1880-1990s”, Journal of Chinese Overseas, Vol. 6, no. 1 (May 2010): 43-79.

6.“Wartime Relief Work and Its Networks: Fujian Provincial Government’s Receiving & Allocating Work on Southeast Asia Overseas Chinese Refugees during the Pacific War” (in Chinese), Journal of the South Seas Society 60 (2006): 6-19. 

7. “Being Involved in the World: Chinese Maritime Customs and the 1873’ Vienna World Fair” (in Chinese), Fujian shifan daxue xuebao (Journal of Fujian Normal University) 4 (2004): 106-113.

8. “The Relief and Protection Provided for the Returned Overseas Chinese by the Fuzhou Overseas Chinese Association after the Outbreak of the Pacific War” (in Chinese), Fujian luntan (Fujian Tribune) special issue (July 2001): 84-85.

The Other

1. “Marital Lives of the Left-behind Women in Overseas Chinese Families:  A Case Study of Migrant Marriages in Quanzhou, Fujian, 1930s-1950s” (in Chinese). In International Migration and Homeland Development, ed., Min ZHOU, Guangzhou: ZHongshan daxue chubanshe, forthcoming.

2. “Being Involved in the World: Chinese Maritime Customs and the 1873’ Vienna World Fair” (in Chinese). In Bolanhui yu jindai Zhongguo (world Expositions and Modern China), ed., Ma Min, Wuhan: Huazhong shifan daxue chubanshe, 2010, pp.  133-46.

3. “A Brief History of the Late Qing’s Participation in the World Expositions” (in Chinese), Fujian Xiangtu (Local History of Fujian) 1 (March 2002): 44-46.

4. “The Self-reliance of the Qiaojuan in Southern Fujian after the Outbreak of the Pacific War” (in Chinese), Tongyi zhanxian (The United Front) 2 (February 2002): 33-34.

5. “Jiang Jiyun” (joint-writing with Lu jianyi, in Chinese), in Huang Guosheng and Lin Gongwu, eds., Jinxiandai Fuzhou mingren (Who is Who of Modern Fuzhou History), Fuzhou: Fujian Renmin  Chubanshe, 1999, pp. 70-72.

Conference Paper

1. Building of a history of the left-behind women in qiaoxiang in southeastern China: A discussion of the value and use of remittance letters for the research of the women” (in Chinese), paper presented at the International Conference on “Chinese Qiaopi· Memories of the World”, 11-12 December, 2012, Fuzhou, China;

2. The Revolutionary Activities of the Left-behind Women in the Emigrant Communities in  Fujian, 1937-49” (in Chinese), paper presented at the International Symposium on  “International Migration and Qiaoxiang Studies”, Nov. 19-21, 2012,  Jiangmen, China;

3. “The marital Lives of left-behind women in transnational families in Quanzhou, 1930s-1950s” (in Chinese), paper presented at the International Conference on “Chinese Overseas: Culture, Religions and Worldview”, 21-22 June, 2011, Hong Kong.

4. “Experiences of the returned overseas Chinese who fled from Burma to Fujian after the Outbreak of the Pacific War: the impact of the experiences on the relationship between huaqiao and Chinese government” (in Chinese), paper presented at the Eighth Annual Meeting of the Association of Southeast Asian Studies and the Conference of Southeast Asian Studies, Kunming, China, 6-7 January, 2011.

5. “Surviving in Hometown: Returned Overseas Chinese from Southeast Asia in Fujian during the Pacific War” (in Chinese), paper presented at the International Conference on “Migration, Indigenization and Exchange:  Chinese Overseas from Global Perspectives”, Singapore, 7-9 May, 2010.

6. “The Literature Images of the Fankeshen, the Left-behind Wives of the  Nanyang Chinese in Fujian, and their chrematistics” (in Chinese), paper presented at the First International Conference on “the Fujian  Merchants”, Fuzhou, China, 17-18  May, 2010.

7. “The Influence of Migrant Marriages and Left-behind Wives on the Transnational Connections between Nanyang Chinese and China in the 1930-50s: A Quanzhou  Case”(in Chinese), paper  presented at the International Conference on “East  Asia Regional Integration: Diaspora and Impact”, Xiamen, China, 19-20 May,  2009.

8. “Remittances and Fujian Qiaoxiang Family Life, 1937-1945”, paper presented at the ARI Inaugural Graduate Student Symposium – Social and Cultural Change in Asia: Past and Present. Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore, Singapore, 16-17 October ,2003.

9. “Hong Kong as a Bridge for the Overseas Chinese”, paper presented at HKU-NUS Joint Workshop on “Hong Kong and Singapore in History: A Comparative Study”.  Hong Kong University, Hong Kong, 4-5 December, 2003. 





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