Fan Ni

Fan Ni

Miss, Doctor of Philosophy Student

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Fan Ni (倪帆) is a PhD candidate at the University of Western Australia. Her doctoral project investigates the rise of shengtai wenxue (ecological literature) in post-millennium China. She is particularly interested in the intersection of nostalgia (xiangchou, 鄉愁) and solastalgia as both a poetical and cultural-political term, both "a structure of feeling" and "a structure of rhetoric", which reveal various aspects of the environmental issues that would be otherwise concealed in these literary texts. Her research interests include sinophone literature, ecocritical studies, comparative literature, Chinese “new wave” science fiction, as well as the intersection between ecocriticism, posthumanism and affect theories.

Roles and responsibilities

PhD Candidate in School of Humanities

Research interests

Environmental humanities/ Anthropocene studies, Contemporary Chinese literature and Sinophone Literature, Affective Ecocriticism; Sinophone Sci-fi Studies.

Teaching overview

CHIN 2003 (Translation for Beginners, English to- Chinese);

CHIN3410 (Chinese 10: Understanding Chinese Society);

ENGL 1002 Literary Classics

FABLE Teaching Fellowship (2020)


English; Chinese (mandarin); French (beginner)

Community engagement

Volunteering for UniMentor UWA Semester 1 2019

Education/Academic qualification

English LIterary and Cultural Studies, Master's Degree, Zhejiang University

20 Sep 201430 Jun 2017

Award Date: 30 Jun 2017

English (Teaching), Bachor of Arts, West AnHui University

1 Sep 20101 Jul 2014

Award Date: 1 Jul 2014

Research expertise keywords

  • environmental humaniteis
  • literary studies
  • Chinese studies


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