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Li Bai Associate Professor


Educational Background

MA, English and American Literature, Nankai University (1995)

BA, English and American Language and Literature, Nankai University (1987)


Research Interests

    Folklore Studies, Intangible Cultural Heritage, Immigrant and Migrant Muslim Studies, Ethnic Social Work, Anthropology on Beliefs

Research Projects

1. A Study on the History and Status of American Muslims, funded by China National Social Science Foundation, 2013

2. A Survey of Ancient Literature on Grand Canal (Hebei Section), funded by Ancient Architecture Conservation Institute in Hebei Province, 2009

3. On Conservation and Modern Innovation of Jiangsu Regional Cultural Heritage, funded by Federation of Social Sciences, Jiangsu Province, 2009 

4. Investigation on the Development of Buddhist Activities in Rural Areas in Jiangsu Province--- sample survey in the rural areas in Central Jiangsu, funded by Religious Affairs Bureau, Jiangsu Province, 2009

5. A Study on the Protection of Cultural Ecological Environment of the Intangible Cultural Heritage in Jiangsu Province, funded by Department of Culture, Jiangsu Province, 2008

6. A Cultural Sociological Research on Conservation and Heritage of Nanjing Baiju (a local oral tradition) , funded by Department of Education, Jiangsu Province, 2007

7. A Study on Development of Muslims in the Chinese Cultural Environment, funded by Department of Education, Jiangsu Province, 2004

8. The Study on the Social Conditions of Muslim Communities in the Cities South of Yangtze River, 2008 National Social Science Fund Project (Member order 3)

9. The Religious Study on Migrants in the Process of Urbanization, 2006 National Social Science Fund project (Member order 4)   

Journal Articles

  1. “Preliminary Discussion on the Intangible Property and Production of Nanjing Yunjin Brocade” published in Sharing Cultures 2011 – 2nd International Conference on Intangible Heritage, July 2011 by Green Lines Institute for Sustainable Development.
  2. “Study on Da Pusheng and Liuzhi: From Islamic Six and Arabian Ceremony”, Studies in World Religions, No. 4.2011. (co-author)
  3. “The Sociological Interpretation of Crises of Modern Chinese Medicine”, Nanjing Medical University Journal (Social Science Edition), in December 2010.
  4. “Some Suggestions on the Biographical Search of Da Pusheng”, Nanjing Muslims, July, 2004
  5. “Da Pusheng and Nanjing”, Nanjing Muslims, November, 2003
  6. “Review on Six Dynasties Culture”, Journal of Nanjing Xiaozhuang College, No. 2, 2002
  7. “Da Pusheng and Liuhe Guangyi School”, Journal of Xuehai, No.4, 2002
  8. “On Editors’ Participating in Distributing in University Press”, University Publishing, Vol. 6, 2000
  9. “Interaction of Civilization - Embracing Civilization: Inspiration of the reform during the 16 north countries”, Books and People, No.2, 2001
  10. “The Eternal Theme of Human Progress – The Series of History of China's Rreform”, Jianghai Journal, No. 1, 2001
  11. “Recalling the Golden Days of Hai Rui”, Zijin Years, No. 10, 2000.


The Religions and Public Life in Lower Yangtze River Area, Shanghai People Press, 2015 (co-author)

Manual of the Education of National Unity (Middle-school level) published in February 2010, Guangxi Normal University Press, editor in chief

Manual of the Education of National Unity (Elementary school middle and high grade) published in February 2010, Guangxi Normal University Press, editor in chief

Familiar Strangers: Social Adaptation of Migrants Muslim in Urban China. Ningxia People Press, 2011 (co-author)

Economics of Cultural Heritage. Nanjing University Press, 2009 (Chapter III)

Abstracts of Ancient Muslim Books, the Ethnic Affairs Committee, Jiangsu Province

Chinese, English and Russian Trade Dictionary, Nankai University Press, 1995

The Stories I Like to Tell, Nankai University Press, 1995

College English Reading, Nankai University Press, 1992

Basic English Conversation, Nankai University Press, 1992

Honors and Awards

Teacher of the Year, 2011, Nanjing Normal Univeristy



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