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Qingli Meng

Qingli Meng, Ph.D., is a professor at Liaoning University, China. She teaches courses in various areas, such as “History of Chinese Literature”, “Tang and Song Ci”, and “Song Dynasty Zixue Literature”. She focuses on the study of ancient Chinese poetry and prose, especially the relationship between literature and Schools of Thought. She hosted the Chinese National Social Science Fund Research on the Dialectical Thinking Mode and Chinese Spirit in the Pre-Qin Period. In addition, she published books and articles on Chinese ancient literature, such as Thousands of Poems, Thousands of Ci, etc. She was awarded as the May 1st Women's Advanced Individual by the Committee of Education and Culture of Shenyang. She received the Provincial Philosophy and Social Sciences Achievement Award in Liaoning for her research achievements. She was a visiting scholar at the State University of New York at Binghamton (SUNY Binghamton) from 2017 to 2018 and developed a strong interest in Sinology. Currently, she is conducting research under Professor Egan’s supervision on Su Shi and the study of American Song Dynasty literature at Stanford University.

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