Wang Ye
Updated: 2016-08-03

Wang Ye, Ph.D.


The Subdean of Chinese department

Tel: 0592-2182471



1988, HuaibeiInstitute of Education;

1997, M.Sc.,HubeiUniversity;

2002, Ph.D., WuhanUniversity;


Professional Experience

1997-2002, Associate professor, Chinese department,HuaibeiNormalUniversity, Huaibei;

2002-present, Professor, Chinese department, XiamenUniversity;


Research Area

Studies on revolutionary literature ideological trend in Twentieth-century China;

Studies on modern new poetry;

Studies on modern and contemporary feminine literature;

Studies on modern Chinese philology;


Courses Taught

History of modern Chinese literature;(Core Course for Undergraduates)

Modern social revolution and literary narrative;(Optional Course for Undergraduates)

Special subject of Chinese modern literature research; (Core Course for Graduates)

The contemporary academic trend; (Core Course for Graduates)


Selected Publications

Articles in Refereed Journals

1. Wang Ye, The deep meaning of the Ding Ling's early novels. Journal of Hubei University.1997(4):71-73.

2. Wang Ye, The narrative logic and anxiety ideology of modern revolution—revolutionary novels of Jiang Guangci.Journal of Huaibei Coal Industry Teachers College.1999(2):14-20.

3.Wang Ye, The connotation of theory of Bian Zhilin's early poetry. Literature and Art Criticism. 2000.

4. Wang Ye, Call back the spirit of the revolution and check with the past times Qian Xindun's literature criticism about revolutionary literature in 1930s. Journal of Huaibei Coal Industry Teachers College.2000 (4).

5. Wang Ye, The impact of The symbol of depression to Qian Xindun's literature criticism in 1930s. Modern Chinese Literature Studies. 2001(4):230-239.

6. Wang Ye, The confliction between father and son in the novel of cooperatives. Literature and Art Criticism. 2002.

7. Wang Ye,The review of revolutionary literature ideological trend in Twentieth-century China. Jianghan Tribune. 2002(2).

8. Wang Ye,The review of the history of revolutionary novel research. Reprinted in InformationCenter for Social Science of RUC.2004(12).

9. Wang Ye, The tide of revolutionary poetry and cultural context in 1920s.Journal of Chinese poetics.2005(4).

10. Wang Ye, Crisis of Colloquializing Exploration in Poetry Since Post Avant-Grade.Journal of Jianghan University.2004(6):15-17.

11. Wang Ye, The literary research society and the early advocating of revolutionary literature. Journal of Xiamen University.2006(3):121-128.

12. Wang Ye, The parody phenomenon in revolutionary literature ideological trend in Twentieth-century China.Yangtze River Academic.2007(1):78-84.

13. Wang Ye, Shafei’s feature and value as the figure of modern gril.Nankai Journal.2007(6):16-21.

14. Wang Ye, The historical experience of Chinese revolutionary literature at ite early years.Journal of Xiamen University.2008(1):40-46.

15. Wang Ye, The exploring and applying of the 1920s revolutionary novel’s narrative convention.Research of Chinese Literature.2008(4):48-51.

16. Wang Ye, The adjustment of the Party’s literature and art policy and the generation of the wounded literature. WuhanUniversity of Technology.2009(1):142-146.

17. Wang Ye, The abolition of concubines and the narrative imagination of Ba Jin's Home.JilinUniversity Journal Social Sciences Edition.2009(4):94-98.

18. Wang Ye,The cultural implication and production strategy of New youth in Shanghai period. Jianghan Tribune.2009(6):85-88.

19. Wang Ye, The spread and accept of The True Story of Ah Q in the national revolutionary context.Humanities International 4th(XimenUniversity).2012.

20. Wang Ye, The relations between Zheng Zhenduo’s early thingking of literary functions and Lipps’ theory of empathy. Yangtze River Academic.2013(4):21-26.


1. The narrative form of revolutionary novels in 1920s. Yunnan people's publishing house.2005.

2.The new literature and the modern media. Academia Press.2008.

3. The arts and cultural activities of The National Party in the national revolution period.Xiamen university press.2014.