Associate Professor, School of Media and International Culture



      Associate Professor
      Institute of Film and New Media
     College of Media and International Culture




  • 2012 Ph.D., School of Interdisciplinary Arts, Ohio University, USA 

              Dissertation: Making and Unmaking Freedom: Sound, Affect and Beijing
              Dissertation Advisor: Marina Peterson, Ph.D. in Anthropology, University of Chicago
              Recognition by the School of Interdisciplinary Arts for Best Dissertation
              Certificate in Women’s and Gender Studies

  • 2008 M.A., Communication Studies in Scripps College of Communication, Ohio University, USA               
  • 2006 B.A., School of International Studies, Zhejiang University, China                                                     



Cultural Anthropology, Ethnographic Methods, Ethnographic Filmmaking;
Global Cities, Art and Community, New Media, Sound Art;
Socio-Cultural Studies of Music and Arts in China, Media and Culture in Asia;
Critical Theory, Affect Studies, Sound Studies, Gender Studies




  • Wang, Jing. "To Make Sounds Inside of A 'Big Can': Proposing a Proper Space for Works of Sound Art" LEONARDO, 2014 (forthcoming). 
  • Wang, Jing. “Mapping An Existential Territory: An Autoethnogaphy of a Sound Researcher” International Review of Qualitative Research.2013 (forthcoming). 
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