中山大学 "百人计划" 副教授, 硕士生导师
2012-2016 PhD The University of Auckland
2009-2012 MA Shandong University
2004-2008 BA Shandong University
移民与移民政策 Migration and migration policy
流散，日常多元文化，与身份研究 Diaspora, everyday multiculturalism, and identity studies
情感与移民 Emotions and migration
回忆，想象，与流动欲望 Memories, imaginations, and mobility desires
时间，时间性，与流动 Time, temporalities, and Mobilities
暂时性移民 Temporary migration
高技术移民与学术移民 Highly-skilled migration and academic migration
多元化与社会交互的情感性 Diversity and sensibilities of social encounters
社会关系与社会不平等 Social relations and social inequalities
2017.12-2020.12 国家社科基金 (National Social Science Research Fund) 17CSH049 “移民的时间约束：中国回流学者的工作与生活研究” (A Temporal Gaze towards Migration: The research of Chinese Academic Returnees)
2017.3-2018.2 高校科研基本业务费 中山大学青年教师重点培育项目 “时间与移民，情感与流动”
2017.3-2019.3 中山大学百人计划科研启动基金 ( SYSU 100 Talent Programe Start-up Research Fund)
2016.6-2016.12 Language Ideologies and Practices among marriage migrants in South Korea, funded by Auckland University
2016.6-2016.12 New Zealanders in Australia, funded by Auckland University
2015.6-2016.9 Emerging Geographies of Temporary Migration in New Zealand, funded by Auckland University
2012.9-2015.6 Globalising Universities and International Student Mobilities in East Asia, funded by Singapore Ministry of Education
2012.9-2016.10 Becoming Cosmopolitan? Roots, Emotions, and Everyday Diversity Encounters amongst New Chinese Migrants in New Zealand, funded by Auckland University and China Scholarship Council
Wang, Bingyu. 2018. Becoming Cosmopolitan? Roots, Emotions, and Everyday Diversity Encounters amongst the New Chinese Migrants in New Zealand. London: Routledge.
PEER-REVIEWED JOURNAL ARTICLES:
Wang, Bingyu. 2018. " Becoming rooted cosmopolitan? The case study of 1.5 generation new Chinese migrants in New Zealand. Journal of Chinese Overseas.
Wang, Bingyu, and Francis Collins. 2016. “Emotions and cosmopolitan sociability: Barriers and opportunities for intercultural encounters amongst new Chinese migrants in New Zealand.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 42 (1): 88-102. (SSCI)
-- Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies (JEMS) is widely regarded as one of the top three journals within the field of ‘human migration’ and ‘ethnic and cultural studies’ (currently ranked the second according to Google Scholar). Its current 5-year Impact Factor is 1.912 and 2015 Impact Factor was 1.536 (2016 Journal of Citation Reports), which is very high for the field. Its editing team includes world-leading migration scholars such as Magdalena Nowicka (Humboldt University of Berlin) and Brenda Yeoh (National University of Singapore-NUS). It is published by Routledge, a leading academic publisher in the humanities and social sciences.
-- Many outstanding scholars in the field, including Prof. Greg Noble (University of Western Sydney), A/Prof. Elaine Ho (NUS), Prof. Brenda Yeoh (NUS), and Dr. David Bissell (Australian National University), all think very highly of this article in terms of its significant and original contribution to scholarships on migration, emotion and diversity encounters. The article also has very high on-line views.
Wang, Bingyu, and Francis Collins. 2016. “Becoming Cosmopolitan? Hybridity and Intercultural Encounters amongst 1.5 Generation Chinese Migrants in New Zealand.” Ethnic and Racial Studies. 39 (15): 2777-2795. (SSCI)
-- Ethnic and Racial Studies (ERS) is the top journal internationally in the filed of 'Human migration' and 'Ethnic and cultural studies'. Its 5-year Impact Factor is 1.425 and 2015 Impact Factor was 1.07 (2016 Journal of Citation Reports). Its editing team includes Stephen Castles, one of the most influential migration scholars in the world and who is currently based at the University of Sydney. It is published by Routledge.
-- This article has made important contribution to the literature on '1.5 generation migrants' and 'everyday cosmopolitanism', presenting a nuanced argument that the process of becoming cosmopolitan is socially situated, subject to multiple pressures, and enacted within the uneven power relations of society. It has been praised by reviewers as a research article that merits international scholarly attention. It has already been cited by A/Prof. Amanda Wise (Macquarie University) in her most recent article 'Becoming Cosmopolitan: Encountering difference in a city of mobile labour' published in Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies (JEMS).
Wang Bingyu. 2016. “Performing Everyday Cosmopolitanism? Uneven Encounters with Diversity amongst First Generation New Chinese Migrants in New Zealand.” Ethnicities. Advance online publication. DOI: 10.1177/1468796816671977. (SSCI)
-- Ethnicities (ETN) is a world leading peer reviewed journal centred on sociology and politics. It has impressive international reputation and provides the very best critical, interdisciplinary dialogue on questions regarding ethnicity, nationalism and related issues such as identity politics and minority rights. Its 2015 impact factor was 0.770 (2016 Journal of Citation Reports). Its editing team includes world famous scholars, such as Ien Ang (Australia), Stephen Castles (Australia), and Paul Spoonley (New Zealand). It is published by Sage.
-- This article received excellent reviews. It was praised as 'a valuable research that successfully addressed an important theoretical area in migration studies' that needs more empirical backup – that is the 'everyday performance of cosmopolitanism by migrants'.
Wang, Bingyu. 2016. “Emotions and home-making: Performing Cosmopolitan Sociability amongst First Generation New Chinese Migrants in New Zealand.” Asian and Pacific Migration Journal 25(2): 130–147.（SSCI)
-- Asian and Pacific Migration Journal (APMJ) is the first peer reviewed journal devoted to migration issues in the Asia Pacific. It is a highly-respected journal in the research field of migration studies, and a leading forum for research on the Asia Pacific. Its editorial board includes world renowned scholars Brenda Yeoh (NUS) and Nana Oishi (University of Melbourne). It is published by Sage, a major academic publisher.
-- This article has contributed to the scholarship on 'cosmopolitan sociability' and 'home-making'. As with the JEMS article, this publication applied 'cosmopolitan sociability' to the study of migration and diversity encounters. The article has generated great scholarly attention to the topic of emotions within migration and mobility studies. It has been recently utilised as the reading material for several seminars and workshops organised by New Zealand Geography Society.
Wang, Bingyu. 2015. “Simultaneous Rootedness and Openness? Researching Rooted Cosmopolitanism Among New Chinese Migrants in New Zealand.” The Princeton Journal of East Asian Studies 8, 100-116.
-- The Princeton Journal of East Asian Studies (PJEAS) is an academic journal supported by the East Asian Studies Program at Princeton University. Reviewing is done in house. The journal does not advertise its Impact Factor. The journal is a well-respected and highly influential platform for early career researchers in the field of Asian studies, ethnic and migration studies, especially within the U.S.
-- Taking new Chinese migrants to New Zealand as an example, this article has extended the literature on cosmopolitanism beyond a Eurocentric framework, and has identified the emergence of cosmopolitanism outside the domain of Western middle-class groups.
移民社会学 (Sociology of Migration)
家庭社会学 (Sociology of Family)
文化社会学 (Cultural Sociology)
人类学研究方法 ( Research Methods of Anthropology)
情感社会学 (Sociology of Emotions)
日常社会学 (Sociology of Everyday Life)
民族志研究 (Ethnographic Research)
亚太移民与全球流散 (Asian Migration and Global Diaspora)
多元文化与身份研究 （Multiculturalism and Identity Studies)
高级社会研究方法 （Advanced Social Research Methods)
2015 Academic Career Exploration Scholarship, University of Auckland
2013 First in Course Award, University of Auckland
2012 Doctoral Research Scholarship, University of Auckland (100,000 NZD)
2010 International Chinese-teaching Volunteer, Ministry of Education of China
2010/9 Best Volunteer, Shandong University
2009 First-class Post-graduate Scholarship, Ministry of Education of China
2004-2008 First-class Undergraduate scholarship (five times), Ministry of Education of China
New Zealand Geography Society-Geography Auckland September Dialogues
'Time, Cosmopolitanism, and Migration in New Zealand' (Invited speaker)
Diversity encounters: Intersectional and Post-colonial Perspectives, Berlin
Joint Conference of Humboldt University and National University of Singapore
'Uneven Encounters within Diversity: Performing everyday cosmopolitanism amongst New Chinese Migrants in New Zealand' (Selected presenter)
9th International Convention of Asia Scholars (ICAS 9), Adelaide
'Emotions and Cosmopolitan Sociability: Barriers and Opportunities for Intercultural Encounters' (Invited speaker)
6th Aotearoa New Zealand Mobilities Symposium 2015, Hamilton
'Feeling Cosmopolitan? The Emotional Dimension of Home-making' (Invited speaker)
IAG/NZGS Conference 2014, Melbourne
'You Move, You feel; you feel, You Move' (Selected presenter)
The 20th New Zealand Asian Studies Society International Conference
'Cosmopolitanism and Everyday Migrant Lives' (Selected presenter)
School of Asian Studies Tenth Annual Graduate Conference, Auckland
'Researching Cosmopolitanism in the Context of Migration' (Selected presenter)
Asia-Pacific Worlds in Motion Conference V, Vancouver
'Methodological Cosmopolitanism: A Cosmopolitan Gaze Towards Migration Studies' (Selected presenter)