Professor Li Fei was born in 1981, and hails from Zhuchengxian, Shandong Province. He graduated from Beijing University in 2011 with a Ph.D. in Literature and joined the faculty of Shandong University in the same year. He is currently an Associate Professor in the School of Literature, and is a Thesis Advisor for MA students. Professor Li is primarily engaged in teaching and research work in the area of the History of Chinese Literary Criticism. He has published a monograph, as well as many papers and articles in journals such as the Academic Journal of Beijing University, the Academic Journal of Fudan University, and Studies in Chinese Literature and History. He has supervised many research projects, including projects sponsored by the National Foundation for the Social Sciences, as well as projects sponsored and funded at the provincial and ministry (e.g., Ministry of Education) levels.
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Professor Li’s published works include:
1. A General History of Chinese Aesthetic Education: The Song, Jin, and Yuan Dynasties Volume, Shandong People's Publishing House, 2017
Papers and academic articles
1. “The Negative Influence of the Recent New Changes in the Cataloguing of the Literature of the Six Dynasties Period on the Analysis of Literary Genre and Stylistics, With the ‘Theory of Distinguishing Wen [Lyrical] Literature from Bi [Non-Lyrical] Literature’ as an Example”, Academic Journal of Beijing University, no. 1, 2010
2. “An Explication of the Meaning of the Phrase ‘yasongzhibotu’ [those who take the high poetic literature of the ya and the songand render them a vulgar game of gamblers]From the Perspective of Interpreting the Libertine and Individualism-Oriented Custom and Atmosphere Among the Literati in the Six Dynasties Period – Also a Discussion of the Pivotal Significance of the Bian Sao [Analyzing the Lisao] Chapter in Wenxin diaolong (The Literary Mind and the Carving of Dragons)”, Chinese Cultural Studies, Summer 2013
3. “A Discussion of Liu Xie’s Zhengwei [Rectifying the Understanding of the Weishu Literature] Argument From the Perspective of the Similarities and Differences in Culture and Literature Between the North and the South”, Academic Journal of Beijing University, no. 1, 2014
4. “ ‘Assuming that There is Norm and Constancy in the Genre of Literature,’ and ‘Genre Defines the Norm and Constancy of Literature’: A Comparison Between Liu Xie’s and Zhang Rong's Views of Literary Genre and Styles”, Culture and Poetics, no. 2, 2014
5. “A Reexamination of the Relationship Between the Concept of ‘Self-So’ (ziran, sometimes translated as ‘Nature’) in Ancient China and the Meaning of the Term Nature”, Academic Journal of Fudan University, no. 1, 2015
6. “An Explication of the Passage: ‘Since the time of Paoxi of Old, One has not heard of any women ruling the Ancient land’, and a Discussion of Liu Xie’s Concept of History”, Studies in Chinese Literature and History, no. 4, 2015.
Professor Li has supervised a number of research projects, including:
1. A Study of Liu Xie's Knowledge Pedigree, and Its Relationship to the Writing of Wenxin diaolong (The Literary Mind and the Carving of Dragons). A Level-1 Funding Project sponsored by the Chinese Postdoctoral Science Foundation, 2013
2. A Study of the ‘Literary Clans’ in Shandong in the Wei, Jin, Southern and Northern Dynasties Period. A research project sponsored by the Shandong Province Social Sciences Planning Commission, 2014
3. A Study ofHow Concepts of Literary Genre and Style such as ‘Literary Spirit,’ ‘Quality of Literary Genius,’ ‘Literary-ness,’ ‘The Irregular and the Regular,’ ‘Elegance and Flourish’ that Arose in the Wei, Jin, Southern and Northern Dynasties Period Came About, and the History of Their Development and Evolution. A sub-project of a major research project of the Ministry of Education’s Research Base in the Humanities and Social Sciences, 2015