Lingzhen Wang received her B.A. and M.A. from Nanjing University, P.R. China. She came to the United States as a visiting fellow at Harvard University and earned her Ph.D. in East Asian Literature from Cornell University. She joined the Department of East Asian Studies at Brown in 1998.
|《中国性／性别：历史差异》 (Chinese Sex/Gender: Historical Differences). 2016;|
|Wang, Lingzhen Wang Ping and Women’s Cinema in Socialist China: Institutional Practice, Feminist Cultures, and Embedded Authorship. Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society. 2015; 40 (3) : 589-622.|
|Wang, L. Other Genders, Other Sexualities: Chinese Differences. differences. 2013; 24 (2) : 1-7.|
Chinese Women’s Cinema: Transnational Contexts .
"关于中国革命与性别平等／解放的理论再思考“ （Some thoeretical thoughts on Women's Emancipation in Chinese Revoulutionary History)《妇女研究论丛》(Journal of Women Studies), no. 5, 2017, 14-18.
“革命的韵律：跨国女性主义文化研究” (Revolutionary Rhythm: A Study of Transnational Women’s Culture) 《妇女研究论丛》(Journal of Women Studies), no. 2, , 2017, 50-55.
“Chinese Socialist Women’s Cinema: An Alternative Feminist Practice,” in The Routledge Companion to Cinema and Gender (edited by Kristin Lene Hole, Dijana Jelača, Elizabeth Kaplan, and Patrice Petro) Routledge Press, 2017, pp. 77-87.
《中国性／性别：历史差异》（Chinese Sex/Gender: Historical Differences), (co-editor with Chengzhou He) (Shanghai sanlian, 2016)
“Wang Anyi” in The Columbia Companion to Modern Chinese Literature ed. Denton, Kirk A. (Columbia University Press, 2016), pp. 371-378.
“Global Chinese Women’s Cinema,” in Film, Television and Theatre Review (《影视戏剧评论》) (Beijing: Chinese Film Press), vol. 1, no. 2, 2016, 86-108.
重审新时期中国女性主义实践和性/别差异话语（A Critical Review of Chinese Feminism and Sexual/Gender Difference in the New Era), in《南开学报》(Nankai Journal ), no. 6, 2015, 103-118.
“王苹与中国社会主义女性电影：主流女性主义文化、多位主体事件和互嵌性作者身份”（Chinese translation of “Wang Ping and Women’s Cinema in Socialist China”), in 《妇女研究论丛》(Journal of Women’s Studies) (Beijing, PR China), no. 4, 2015, 74-88.
“中国社会主义女性主义实践再思考：兼论美国冷战思潮、自由／本质主义对社会主义研究的持续影响” (Chinese Socialist Feminist Practice Reconsidered: A Critical Review of the Persistent Influence of Cold War Ideology and Liberal/Radical Feminism on Socialist Gender Studies), in《妇女研究论丛》(Journal of Women’s Studies) (Beijing, PR China), no. 3, 2015, 5-19.
“Wang Ping and Women’s Cinema in Socialist China: Institutional Practice, Feminist Cultures, and Embedded Authorship,” in Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, vol. 40, no. 3, 2015, 589-622.
Other Genders, Other Sexualities: Chinese Differences (guest editor), a special issue of Differences: A Journal of Feminist Cultural Studies (Duke University Press, 2013).
《性别与中国电影》(Gender and Chinese Cinema) (co-editor with Chengzhou He) (Nanjing University Press, 2012)
Chinese Women’s Cinema: Transnational Contexts (editor) (Columbia University Press, 2011)
《性别、理论与文化》(Gender, Theory and Culture) (co-editor with Chengzhou He) (Nanjing University Press, 2010)
Years of Sadness (Translation Anthology of Wang Anyi’s Autobiographical Works), (editor and co-translator with Mary Ann O’Donnell) (Cornell East Asian Press, 2009)
Personal Matters: Women's Autobiographical Practice in Twentieth Century China (Stanford University Press, 2004)
Edith Goldthwaite Miller Faculty Fellow, Pembroke Center, Brown University, 2013-2014
National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship, 2010-2011
Edith Goldthwaite Miller Faculty Fellow, Pembroke Center, Brown University, 2006-2007
International Research Fellowship at the Hopkins-Nanjing Center, John Hopkins University, 2004.
First Recipient of Wendy J. Strothman Faculty Research Award in the Humanities, Brown University, 2002-03.
Bunting Fellowship, Radcliffe Institute, Harvard University, 2001-02
Salomon Faculty Research Awards, Brown University, 2000-01
Faculty Research Fellowship, Pembroke Center, Brown University, 1999
Association for Asian Studies
Society for Cinema and Media Studies
|CHIN 1040 - Modern Chinese Literature|
|COLT 1610T - Critical Approaches to China|
|EAST 1070 - China Modern: An Introduction to the Literature of Twentieth-Century China|
|EAST 1270 - China Through the Lens: History, Cinema, and Critical Discourse|
|EAST 1950B - Chinese Women, Gender and Feminism from Historical and Transnational Perspectives|
|EAST 1950G - Market Economy, Popular Culture, and Mass Media in Contemporary China|
|EAST 1950M - Critical Approaches to China|