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从 丛

Cong Cong

第6任中方主任



从丛主任是南京大学外国语学院英语系教授,于1995年起在南京大学任教,主要研究领域是莎士比亚研究和跨文化交流研究,特别关注莎士比亚的悲剧和人文主义,现任南京大学-伯明翰大学-凤凰出版集团莎士比亚(中国)中心联席主任。她还在南京大学开创了非英语专业博士生“学术交流英语课程”,提出并倡导克服英语教学中的“中国文化失语症”,对中国多层次英语教学改革和教材建设起了重要推动作用。从丛主任还多年从事国际交流合作工作,积极推动南京大学国际化建设。她于2003-2008年担任南京大学国际合作与交流处副处长,2009-2012年任国际处处长,2012-2020年担任南京大学人文社会科学高级研究院(IAS)副院长,为南京大学的跨学科学术研究与人才培养做出了重要贡献。2020年10月起担任南京大学-约翰斯·霍普金斯大学中美文化研究中心中方主任。


Co-Director Cong Cong is a professor in the English Department of the School of Foreign Studies of Nanjing University. She began to teach at Nanjing University in 1995. Her main areas of research are Shakespearean studies and cross-cultural communication studies, with a special focus on Shakespeare’s tragedy and humanism. She also taught English for academic purposes for non-English major doctoral students at Nanjing University, from which more than ten thousand doctoral students in various fields have benefited.  Professor Cong has been engaged in international exchanges and cooperation for many years, and actively promoted the internationalisation of Nanjing University. She has previously served as the Deputy Director and then the Director of the Office of International Cooperation and Exchanges of Nanjing University successively from 2003-2008 and from 2009-2012. Then she served as the Deputy Dean of the Institute of Advanced Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences (IAS) of Nanjing University since 2012, making innovative contributions to interdisciplinary academic research and talent cultivation at Nanjing University. She is also the Co-Director of the Nanjing-Birmingham-Phoenix Shakespeare Centre, China.  




Adam K. Webb

魏亚当

16任美方主任


魏亚当教授自2008年起担任中美中心政治学教授。他曾在普林斯顿大学和哈佛大学任教,是美国文理学院的访问学者。他的研究兴趣广泛,涉及政治思想、全球化和对现代性的批判。他还参与了与当地政治有关的话题,包括社会运动、替代发展以及对世界主义和中国崛起的舆论。他为中美中心和中美关系带来了国际化视野,因为他曾在英国、西班牙、美国和中国等地生活,在拉丁美洲、中东、非洲和南亚进行实地考察。他是三本书的作者,包括《超越全球文化战争》(2006年)、《我们自己的道路:安第斯村庄和未来的价值经济》(2009年)和《深入的国际大都市:重新思考世界政治和全球化》(2015年)。他目前正在完成的一本书阐述了对未来全球宪法秩序的传统多元主义观点。他在哈佛大学获得社会学学士学位,在普林斯顿大学获得政治学硕士和博士学位。

Adam K. Webb has served on the faculty at the Hopkins-Nanjing Center as a Professor of Political Science since 2008. He previously taught at Princeton and Harvard and was a Visiting Scholar at the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. His research interests cut broadly across political thought, globalization, and critiques of modernity. He has also engaged topics connected with politics on the ground, including social movements, alternative development, and public opinion on cosmopolitanism and the rise of China. He brings an international perspective to the HNC and Sino-American relations, including a background of living in England, Spain, the U.S., and China, as well as doing fieldwork in Latin America, the Middle East, Africa, and South Asia. He is the author of three books, including Beyond the Global Culture War (2006), A Path of Our Own: An Andean Village and Tomorrow’s Economy of Values (2009), and Deep Cosmopolis: Rethinking World Politics and Globalisation (2015). He is currently completing a book project laying out a traditional pluralist vision of future global constitutional order. He received his AB in Social Studies from Harvard and his MA and PhD in Politics from Princeton University.




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