Pan Wang

Senior lecturer in Chinese and Asian studies
Senior Lecturer

Dr WANG Pan is Senior Lecturer in Chinese and Asian Studies, University of New South Wales. She is the author of Love and Marriage in Globalizing China (Abingdon: Routledge 2015). Recent publications include: (2018) Foreign-related marriages in contemporary China (1979–2013), Handbook of the Family and Marriage in China, in Zang X.W. (ed.), Edward Elgar; (2018) Pathways to legalizing same-sex marriage in China and Taiwan: globalization and 'Chinese' values (with Elaine Jeffreys), in B. Winter et al. (eds), Global Perspectives on Same-Sex Marriage: A Neo-Institutional Approach, Cham: Palgrave Macmillan; and (2016) ‘Inventing Traditions: Television Dating Shows in the People’s Republic of China’, Media, Culture and Society, 39 (4): 504–19. Pan's teaching and research areas include Chinese media, gender, marriage and family, and Chinese cultural studies

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Publications

Books
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Pan W, 2014, Love and Marriage in Globalizing China, Routledge,
2014
Book Chapters
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2020, 'International romance: changing discourses of Chinese–foreign intimacy in the decades of economic reforms', in sun W; Yang L (ed.), , Routledge
2020
2019, 'Foreign nationals and Chinese-foreign marriages in cosmopolitan China: statistics, state policies and media discourse (2000–2012)', in Kochhar G (ed.), , Taylor & Francis
2019
Wang P, 2018, 'Millennial Meirenyu: Mermaids in 21st Century Chinese Culture', in Scaled for Success: The Internationalization of the Mermaid
2018
Wang P; Jeffreys EJ, 2017, 'Pathways to legalizing same-sex marriage in China and Taiwan: Globalization and “Chinese values', in Global Perspectives on Same-Sex Marriage A Neo-Institutional Approach, Palgrave Macmillan
2017
Wang P, 2017, 'Foreign-related Marriages in Contemporary China (1979–2013)', in Handbook on the Family and Marriage in China
2017
Conference Presentations
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'Love in China', presented at the 9th Asian Conference on Cultural Studies and the 9th Asian Conference on Asian Studies, Tokyo, 24 May 2019 - 26 May 2019
Journal articles
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Wang P, 2017, 'Inventing traditions: television dating shows in the People’s Republic of China', Media, Culture and Society, vol. 39, pp. 504 - 519,
2017
Wang P, 2015, 'Media Presentations of Cross-Strait Marriage in Contemporary China', China Media Research, vol. Vol. 11, pp. 46 - 57
2015
Jeffreys E; Pan W, 2013, 'The rise of Chinese-foreign marriage in mainland China, 1979-2010', China Information, vol. 27, pp. 347 - 369,
2013
Media
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Wang P, 2018, ABC News The World,
2018
Wang P, 2016, Television dating shows China’s new matchmakers,
2016
Other
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2019, Same-sex marriage in Taiwan: Democratic Institutions override popular conservatism, but wither marriage equality, Australian Outlook
2019
Wang P, 2018, WIVES, HUSBANDS, AND LOVERS: Marriage and Sexuality in Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Urban China | Edited by Deborah S. Davis and Sara L. Friedman,
2018
Wang P, 2018, Celebrity Chinese-foreign Marriages and divorces through the prism of race, gender and class,
2018
Wang P; Jeffreys E, 2017, Prospects for Same-sex Marriage in the PRC,
2017
Wang P, 2016, How TV Dating Shows Helped Change Love and Marriage in China Forever,
2016
Wang P, 2014, Domestic Violence in Asia: Globalization, Gender and Islam in the Maldives : Emma Fulu. London & New York: Routledge, 2014. 192 pages,
2014