- Ph.D. in Chinese Literature, University of Wisconsin-Madison
- B.A. in Chinese Language and Literature, Shaanxi Normal University (China)
Jing Wang is Associate Director of the Chinese Language Program at Princeton. She received her Ph.D. in pre-modern Chinese Literature from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Prior to coming to Princeton she taught at Carnegie Mellon University and the University of North Carolina, Charlotte.
- Lens on China: Intermediate and Advanced Readings on Film for Learning Chinese (Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press), forthcoming 2019.
- “Survey Research on Teaching Classical Chinese as L2 in the U.S.” inChinese as a Second Language, 2018:53.1, pp. 24-40.
- “Brilliance Beyond Story-Telling: A Theme Based Pedagogical Approach to Teaching Chinese Culture Through Film Clips” in Taiwan Journal of Chinese as a Second Language, vol. 16, 2018.6, pp. 125-144.
- Song Dynasty Tales: A Guided Reader (Singapore: World Scientific), 2017.
- First Step: An Elementary Reader for Modern Chinese (Princeton University Press, 2014)