陈玉兰

作者:来源:发布时间:2017-04-14

个人简介

陈玉兰,女,1965年7月生,浙江东阳人,现为 浙江师范大学人文学院江南文化研究中心教授、 硕士生导师。


学习经历

1983.9-1987.7  杭州大学中文系攻读学士学位,古典文献学专业;

1987.9-1990.7  杭州大学中文系攻读硕士学位,汉语史专业;

1996.9-1999.7  苏州大学文学院攻读博士学位,中国古代文学专业;


工作简历

1990.9-1996.9  苏州图书馆古籍馆任馆员;

1999.7-2006.3  浙江师范大学人文学院任讲师、副教授、教授。

2006.4-2010.3  任人文学院副院长、教授,分管科研、研究生教育和学科建设。

2010.3-今  任浙江师范大学图书馆馆长、人文学院教授、江南文化研究中心执行负责人

图书馆馆员(1992.9)/讲师(1999.9转评)/副教授(2000.11)教授(2004.11)硕导(2001.9)


学术兼职

浙江省社会科学重点研究基地浙江师范大学江南文化研究中心执行负责人(2012.3-今)

中国李清照辛弃疾学会副会长(2008.8-今)

浙江省文学学会副秘书长、常务理事(2011.1-今)

中华明招文化研究院(武义)院长(2012.10-今)

浙江省高校图工委常务理事(2010.5-今)

浙江省社科信息学会副理事长(2010.10-今)


人才梯队、荣誉

浙江省151人才第二层次(2008.12);

浙江省高校中青年学科带头人(2007.12);


研究领域及成果

长期从事清代诗词、汉语诗体古今演变及江南文学与文化研究,在《中国社会科学》、《文学评论》、《人民日报》等报刊杂志上发表论文三十余篇,出版著作五部。

代表性论文、论著

1.论文《论古诗今译中汉语诗体传统的继承和发展》,《中国社会科学》2006年第2期;

2.论文《论中国古典诗歌研究中的文学生态学途径》,《文学评论》2004年第5期

3.论文《论“境界”说及其对新诗批评理论建设的意义》,《文学评论》2003年第2期

4.论文《论绝句的结构艺术》,《文艺研究》2004年第6期

5.论文《论李清照南渡词核心意象之转变及其象征意义》,《文学遗产》2008年第3期

6.论文《辛弃疾词:齐鲁文化与江南文化叠合形成的艺术世界》,《文学遗产》2012年第3期

7.论文《古诗今译:架设文化传播的桥梁》,《人民日报》2012年6月8日

8.《海宁查氏与天津查氏关系论——关于海宁查氏世家文学之生态网络的考察》,《浙江社会科学》2013年第7期

9. 专著《清代嘉道时期江南寒士诗群与闺阁诗侣研究》,人民文学出版社2004年版

10.“怡情书吧”系列丛书之《李清照》,中华书局2010年版

代表性科研项目

1.2007-2012, 教育部人文社科基金一般项目“古诗今译研究”

2.2008-2013, 国家社科基金一般项目“海宁查氏世家文学研究”

3.2012-2015, 教育部全国高校古籍整理工作委员会重点项目“王韬著作整理”

成果获奖

1.专著《清代嘉道时期江南寒士诗群与闺阁诗侣研究》获2005年浙江省第十三届哲学社会科学研究优秀成果三等奖;

2.系列论文“中国诗歌研究三题”获2006年浙江省教育厅高校科研成果奖二等奖;

3.论文《论古诗今译中汉语诗体传统的继承和发展》获2007年浙江省第十四届哲学社会科学研究优秀成果三等奖。


近三年教学情况

为本科生主讲课程有《魏晋南北朝文学史》、《唐宋文学史》、《清代诗词研究》;为研究生开设《古典诗词专题研究》、《清代诗词研究》等课程,指导毕业研究生10名,在读9名。


Profile

Chen Yulan, Professor and Master Supervisor

Center for Jiangnan Culture Studies,

College of Humanities

Zhejiang Normal University (ZJNU)

Jinhua, Zhejiang 321004


Education Background

Sept 1983 to July 1987   B. A. in the Study of Chinese Classical Text, Department of Chinese Studies, Hangzhou University, Hangzhou

Sept 1987 to July 1990   M. A. in the History of the Chinese Language, Department of Chinese Studies, Hangzhou University, Hangzhou

Sept 1996 to July 1999  Ph. D in Ancient Chinese Literature, School of Humanities, Soochow University, Suzhou


Work Experiences

Employment History:

Sept 1990 to Sept 1996  Department of Rare and Ancient Books, Suzhou Library

July 1999 to Mar 2010   College of Humanities, ZJNU
Mar 2010 to present     Library and College of Humanities, ZJNU

Academic Titles:

Sept. 1992, Librarian

Sept. 1999, Lecturer

Nov. 2000, Associate Professor

Nov. 2004, Professor

Sept. 2001, Master Supervisor

Administration:

Apr 2006 to Mar 2010  Deputy Dean of College of Humanities, ZJNU in charge of research, postgraduate education and discipline construction

Mar 2010 to present    the Director of Library and Center for Jiangnan Culture Studies, ZJNU


Other Academic Positions/Memberships

Mar. 2012 to present, Executive Director of the Center for Jiangnan Culture Studies, ZJNU, Zhejiang Provincial Key Base for Humanities and Social Science

Aug. 2008 to present, Deputy Director of Chinese Society for Studies of Li Qingzhao and Xin Qiji

Jan.2011 to present, Deputy Secretary-General and Standing Director of Zhejiang Literature Society

Oct. 2012 to present, Director of the Institute for Chinese Mingzhao Culture Studies (Wuyi, Zhejiang)

May 2010 to present, Standing Director of Library and Information Committee of Zhejiang Universities and Colleges

Oct.2010 to present, Vice-Chairman of Zhejiang Provincial Society for Social and Information Science


Honorable Titles and Awards:

Second-Level Talent of “New Century 151 Talents Project” of Zhejiang Province (Dec. 2008)

Young and Middle-aged Academic Leader of Zhejiang Higher Education Institutions (Dec. 2007)


Research Field and Achievements

Engaged for a long period in studies of Chinese poetry and “Ci” poetry in the Qing Dynasty, the variation of Chinese poetry and Jiangnan literature and culture.

Has published 5 books and over 30 academic articles in well-known papers and periodicals like Chinese Social Sciences, Literary Criticism and People’s Daily.

Representative Works

1. Keeping and Developing the Stylistic Tradition of Chinese Poems in Their Modern Translations [J]. Chinese Social Sciences, 2006 (2).

2. Ecological Approaches to Literary Studies of Classical Chinese Poetry [J]. Literary Criticism, 2004 (5).

3. On the Outlook of Spiritual Realm and Its Significance in the Construction of New Poetic Criticism Theory [J]. Literary Criticism, 2003 (2).

4. The Art of Structure in Jue Ju [J]. Literature and Art Studies, 2004 (6).

5. The Changes of Key Images and Their Symbolic Meanings in Li Qingzhao’s Poems during South Migration [J]. Literary Heritage, 2008 (3).

6. On Xin Qiji’s Poems: an Artistic Realm Superimposed by Qilu Culture and Jiangnan Culture [J]. Literary Heritage, 2012 (3).

7. Modern Translations of Ancient Poems: A Bridge for Cultural Transmission [J]. People’s Daily (June 8, 2012).

8. The Relationship between the Zhas in Haining and Tianjin: a Research on the Ecological Network of the Zha’s Family Literature in Haining [J]. Zhejiang Social Sciences, 2013 (7).

9. Studies of Poor Scholar Poets and Lovers of Boudoir Poetry to the South of Yangtze during Jiadao Period of Qing Dynasty [M]. People’s Literature PublishingHouse. 2004.

10. Li Qingzhao (Delight Book Bar Series) [M]. Zhong Hua Book Company. 2010.

Research Projects

1. “On Modern Translations of Ancient Poems” (2007-2012), MOE (Ministry of Education in China) Project in Humanities and Social Sciences.

2. “Studies of the Zha’s Family Literature in Haining” (2008-2013), Project of National Social Sciences Foundation.

3. “Collated Works of Wang Tao” (2012-2015), Key Project of MOE National Higher Education Institutions' Committee for Ancient Writings Collations.

Awards

1. The book “Studies of Poor Scholar Poets and Lovers of Boudoir Poetry to the South of Yangtze during Jiadao Period of Qing Dynasty” won the Third Prize of Outstanding Achievements of the 2005 Thirteenth Zhejiang Provincial Philosophy and Social Science Research.

2. The series of articles “Three Topics in Chinese Poetry Research” won the Second Prize of 2006 Research Achievements of Higher Education Institutions issued by Zhejiang Provincial Department of Education .

3. The article “Keeping and Developing the Stylistic Tradition of Chinese Poems in Their Modern Translations” won the Third Prize of Outstanding Achievements of the 2007 Fourteenth Zhejiang Provincial Philosophy and Social Science Research.


Teaching and Supervision during Last 3 Years

Undergraduate courses:

The Literary History of the Wei, Jin and Southern and Northern Dynasties; The Literary History of the Tang and Song Dynasties; Studies of Poetry and “Ci” Poetry in the Qing Dynasty.

Postgraduate courses:

Monographic Study on Chinese Classical Poetry and “Ci” Poetry; Studies of Poetry and “Ci” Poetry in the Qing Dynasty.

Postgraduate supervision:

10 has graduated and 9 still studying for an MA.