Teaching Associate, Oxford School of Global and Area Studies; Research Associate, University of Oxford China Centre; Associate Faculty Member, Faculty of Oriental Studies
Dr Annie Hongping Nie is a Teaching Associate and Chair of Examiners at the Oxford School of Global and Area Studies, University of Oxford as well as a Research Associate at University of Oxford China Centre. Previously she was a Faculty Tutor of Contemporary Chinese Politics and Society at the Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Oxford and a core member of the Leverhulme China’s War with Japan (1937-1945) Programme at the Faculty of History, University of Oxford. Dr Nie was born in Chengdu, China and pursued graduate studies in the United States before she came to Oxford. Her research focuses on war-themed online gaming, history textbooks and national memory in relation to patriotic education, state-building, and nationalism in contemporary China.
Reorganization and Studies of Historical Documents from the British National Archives on China’s Hinterland during the Resistance War against Japan, Chongqing Municipal Library, 2017
Compilation of Literature from the British Embassy in China on China’s Resistance War against Japan, Chongqing Municipal Library, 2017
The Selden Map of China: A New Perspective on Ming China, Bodleian Library, March 2014
Gaming, Nationalism, and Ideological Work in Contemporary China: online games based on the War of Resistance against Japan, Journal of Contemporary China Vol. 22, No 81 May 2013
The Dilemma of the Moral Curriculum in a Chinese Secondary School, University Press of America, 2008