Associate professor Long Sheng
Associate professor Long Sheng, a Hmong, who was born in Feb.1983, Huayuan County in Hunan province, received his PhD in history from Beijing Normal University. Long specializes in social history of Ming and Qing dynasty, and his expertise includes folklore teaching and research. He teaches courses in research of folk literature, regional folklore studies, theories and methods of folklore and folklore literature, etc. He has authored and co-authored several books, such as A brief history of Singapore Tea Merchants Association and Han jia cun. Until now professor Long has published more than 30 articles in the Journal of "Chinese Journal of Sociology", "Wen Xian", "Collected Papers of History Studies", "Historical Archives", "Journal of History and Anthropology", "Religions Studies", "Folklore Studies", "National Arts" and so on. His projects include Youth Fund Project of Humanities and Social Sciences Research from the Ministry of Education, China Postdoctoral Science Foundation Funding Project, Fundamental Research Funding Project of Shandong University and Independent Innovation Fund Project of Shandong University. Long has been a visiting scholar at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, and he currently is a director of Shandong Folklore Society and a master supervisor.