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Nie Zhenzhao is currently Professor of Literature at Zhejiang University, where he is affiliated with the School of International Studies. In December 2017 he launched the university-chartered Institute for Interdisciplinary Studies of World Literatures, which he is now directing. His scholarly interests range across a broad swatch of fields, including ethical literary criticism, literary theory, poetry and poetics, and translation. He is an elected foreign member of Academia Europaea (Academy of Europe)

Over the past decades, Nie is author, editor or translator of over twenty books and numerous papers, and an invited keynote speaker for some thirty international and national conferences. He has given guest/honorary lectures in almost all major universities in China, held invited positions in the U.S. and Europe, and frequently advises academic institutions across Asia.

Since 2005 Nie has been Vice President of Chinese Foreign Literature Association, the senior national body for world literature scholars in China. Since 2012 he has been Vice President of International Association of Ethical Literary Criticism, a vivid academic community represented by leading scholars from six continents and over 30 countries. In 2008 he collaborated with the UPenn Center for Programs of Creative Writing in founding Chinese/American Association of Poetry and Poetics, where he has served as Vice President since its establishment. ?

Over the last decade, Nie has been sitting in the experts’ panel of the National Social Sciences Foundation, a statutory authority acting as both a funding agency and China's national planning body for humanities and social sciences, where he coordinated the drafting of several national plans on world literature. He is a frequent member in the humanities and social sciences award appraisal panel of the Chinese Ministry of Education as well as various editorial boards and advisory committees around the world.

Nie supervised more than 50 Ph. D. students, post-docs and visiting scholars, most of whom have held full or named professorship at major Chinese universities. He was Lead Professor for a National Course for Excellence and a National Open Course for Excellence, both of which are among top honors for college courses in China.

Nie is presently serving as Editor-in-Chief for two leading journals: Forum for World Literature Studies (ESCI-indexed, SCOPUS-indexed) and Interdisciplinary Studies of Literature (A&HCI-indexed). He is credited with transforming the journals from local establishments to influential global platforms, culminating to being indexed by A&HCI and ESCI with a strategic focus on underrepresented regions and literary frontiers. Those highlighted special issues, organized by leading figures from a variety of regions and appeared on both journals, ?contribute to national literatures across the globe from Estonia and Romania to South Africa and Korea.

A recipient of the prestigious British Academy K.C. Wong Fellowship, Nie’s research projects have been funded with nearly every major grant a humanities scholar can receive in China, including Major Research Grants from the Central Government and National Social Sciences Foundation. He has been given the triennial Ministry of Education Humanities and Social Sciences Award for three times, and Central Government’s special stipend for experts who have made extraordinary contributions. His books have been listed in the National Strategic Plan on Publication 2011-2015, as well as been selected to the National Humanities and Social Sciences Collection, the only state-level recognition for Chinese humanities and social sciences books.

Internationally regarded as the father of ethical literary criticism (as called by Claude Rawson, co-founder and former chair of Warwick English Department and Maynard Mack Professor Emeritus of English at Yale), Nie writes extensively on this emerging critical theory, which has been featured by a full-page commentary in Times Literary Supplement (31 July 2015) as well as special theme issues of leading literary journals such as Germany’s arcadia: International Journal of Literary Studies, Purdue’s CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture, and Taiwan-based Universitas- Monthly Review of Philosophy and Culture, culminating to an emerging literary movement with the establishment of International Association of Ethical Literary Criticism. IAELC’s annual conventions have been hosted by many leading universities, including Shanghai Jiaotong (China), Dongguk (Korea), Tartu (Estonia), Queen Mary (U.K.), Kyushu (Japan), etc.

In addition to his research and teaching commitments, Nie plays a pivotal role in international literary collaboration. In 2008 he called for the international poetry community to mourn the dead and encourage the survivors in the 2008 Sichuan earthquake, the largest in China’s history and the 21st in the world, and brought together distinguished poets from all around the world contributing to a collaborative poetry anthology consisting of 29 English poems and 28 Chinese poems. This anthology is the first ever international humanitarian work in the form of poetry devoted to a Chinese natural disaster and was named a 2008 most beautiful book in China.

As a translator, Nie is Editor of a nine-volume literary theory and criticism translation series, which marks the first time for some of the finest Western literary scholarship to be comprehensively introduced to China. This is also the first translation series in literary criticism that got listed in the National Strategic Plan on Publication and received funding from National Foundation of Publication.

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