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李娜

来源:历史系 发布时间:2018-03-17 作者: 阅读数:5192

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李娜,浙江大学人文学院历史学系“百人计划”研究员、博士生导师,澳大利亚悉尼科技大学公众史学中心研究员,加拿大康科迪亚大学口述历史与叙事中心国际研究员。担任《公众史学家The Public Historian国际编辑,《公众史学刊》Public History Weekly执行理事会成员,《公众史学》辑刊主编。曾任美国公众史学委员会National Council on Public History理事会成员

 

李娜的主要研究领域是公众史学城市历史保护。著有Kensington Market: Collective Memory, Public History and Toronto’s Urban Landscape, University of Toronto Press, 2015;《集体记忆、公众历史与城市景观》,上海三联书店,2017年;《公众史学研究入门》,北京大学出版社,2019年。研究成果刊登于Oxford Handbook of Urban Planning, History Workshop Journal, Journal of Family History, The Public Historian, Public History Review, Oral History Review, Public History Weekly等。目前,正在完成专著 Seeing History: Public History in China.

 

李娜致力于公众史学在中国的建设和发展,发起并组织了“全国公共历史研讨会”(重庆,2013年);全国公众历史会议(苏州,2013年;杭州,2018年);中国公众史学高校师资培训(上海,2014年;重庆,2015年;杭州,2019年)。




Na Li is Research Fellow/Professor at the Department of History, Zhejiang University (2017-). She worked as Research Fellow/Professor at the Insitute for Advanced Humanities and Social Sciences, Chongqing University (2013-2017). She is Editor for Public History: A National Journal of Public History (《公众史学》), and International Consulting Editor for The Public Historian, the flagship journal in the field of public history. She serves on the Executive Board for Public History Weekly (https://public-history-weekly.degruyter.com/author/na-li/)

She also served on the Board of Directors for the National Council on Public History (https://ncph.org/about/governance-committees/board-of-directors-and-committees/).

 

Na Li is an interdisciplinary humanities scholar who explores the intersection of public history and urban preservation. Her disciplinary home is public history and urban planning. Her first book Kensington Market: Collective Memory, Public History, and Toronto’s Urban Landscape (University of Toronto Press, 2015) investigates ethnic minority entrepreneurs in one of the most diverse neighborhoods, Kensington Market in Toronto, incorporates collective memory in urban landscape interpretation, and suggests a culturally sensitive narrative approach (CSNA) to urban preservation. The Chinese edition is published in 2017 (Shanghai Joint Publishing Company). Her second book, Public History: A Critical Introduction 公众史学研究入门》) surveys key issues in public history (Peking University Press, 2019). Her articles appeared in The Oxford Handbook of Urban Planning, History Workshop Journal, Journal of Family History, The Public Historian, Public History Review, Oral History Review, Public History Weekly and a number of premier Chinese journals.

 

She contributes to a better understanding of public history at an international scale. Her research, teaching, and administrative experience entail a strong global bent, with a particular expertise in Asia and North America. She is International Affiliate of the Centre for Oral History and Digital Storytelling at Concordia University in Canada, and an Associate of Australian Centre for Public History at University of Technology Sydney in Australia. She was invited for the keynote speeches and talks at the New Zealand Oral History Conference in 2020 (https://www.wgtn.ac.nz/stout-centre/about/events/postponement-of-nohanz-stout-conference), at the Historia em Quarentena forum at the Universidade Federal Fluminense in Brazil (https://www.historiaemquarentena.com/), and the “Historians in the Public Sphere” seminar at the University of Oxford (https://www.hsmt.ox.ac.uk/seminar-series-historians-public-sphere). 

A recent interview with Na Li by The Oral History Review can be found at https://oralhistoryreview.org/current-events/ohr-conversations-na-li/.

 

She is at a forefront to research and establish public history in China. She has organized the National Public History Seminar (Chongqing 2013); National Public History Conference (Suzhou 2013; Hangzhou 2018); Public History Faculty Training Program in China (Shanghai 2014, Chongqing 2015, Hangzhou 2019).

 

Na Li is working on her new book, Seeing History: Public History in China.