(Qian) Q. Huang

(Qian) Q. Huang
PhD Candidate Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication Department of Media and Communication
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam
Room
M 8-15
Telephone
+31 6 26740238
Email
huang@eshcc.eur.nl

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Qian Huang (1991) is a PhD candidate at the Department of Media & Communication.

Under supervision of Dr. Daniel Trottier and Prof. Susanne Janssen, she studies digital vigilantism in China context. Qian’s PhD research is a part of the research project funded by the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) entitled Digital Vigilantism: Mapping the terrain and assessing societal impacts.

Qian received a Bachelor’s degree in English and International Studies from China Foreign Affairs University, followed by a Master’s degree in Global Communication from Chinese University of Hong Kong. In her master thesis, she studied diaosi as a way of speaking among Chinese citizens.…

Qian Huang (1991) is a PhD candidate at the Department of Media & Communication.

Under supervision of Dr. Daniel Trottier and Prof. Susanne Janssen, she studies digital vigilantism in China context. Qian’s PhD research is a part of the research project funded by the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) entitled Digital Vigilantism: Mapping the terrain and assessing societal impacts.

Qian received a Bachelor’s degree in English and International Studies from China Foreign Affairs University, followed by a Master’s degree in Global Communication from Chinese University of Hong Kong. In her master thesis, she studied diaosi as a way of speaking among Chinese citizens. Her research interests include digital communication, communication in intercultural settings, gender studies and pop culture.

Before coming to Erasmus University Rotterdam, Qian worked as a member of the English curriculum reform project in the Affiliated High School of Peking University. Her work involved selecting and editing reading and practice materials, designing and implementing lesson plans. The aim of this reform was to incorporate authentic literature and social science knowledge in English teaching in high school. In this project, Qian established courses independently, including Selection of Influential Speeches, Pop Culture and Society, and Introduction to Intercultural Communication.

 

      • S. Witteborn & Q. Huang (2017). Diaosi [Underdog Talk] as a Way of Relating in Contemporary China. In D. Carbaugh (Ed.), The Handbook of Communication in Cross-cultural Perspective (pp. 142-154). New York: Routledge
      • D. Trottier, R. Gabdulhakov & Q. Huang (2019, april 16). Informing the Court of Public Opinion Through Mediated Scrutiny, Nationalism, and Denunciation. St. Petersburg, Russia, Comparative Media Studies in Today's World 7th International Conference.
      • Q. Huang (2018, juni 8). From Mop to Sina Weibo: Three Stages of Digital Vigilantism in China. Aarhus, Denmark, Surveillance Studies Network 8th Biennial Conference.
      • Q. Huang (2018, mei 22). Negotiating Power on Social Media Platforms: Digital Vigilantism on Weibo in China. Leiden, Modes of Connection: The 16th Chinese Internet Research Conference.
  • Workshop 1: Academic Skills

    Title
    Workshop 1: Academic Skills
    Year
    2018
    Year level
    (BA-1) (Pre-master) (Pre-master) (Pre-master) (Pre-master)

    Communication as a Social Force

    Title
    Communication as a Social Force
    Year
    2018
    Year level
    (BA-1)

    International and Global Communication

    Title
    International and Global Communication
    Year
    2018
    Year level
    (BA-2)
  • PhD Candidate

    University
    Erasmus University Rotterdam
    School
    Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication
    Department
    Department of Media and Communication
    Country
    Nederland
    Telephone
    +31 6 26740238

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Burg. Oudlaan 50 3062 PA Rotterdam

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