Advice to students:
"The good life is one inspired by love and guided by knowledge." – Bertrand Russell
Peer Reviewed Journal Articles
Bandurski, D., & Fang, K. (2020). Introduction - The rise and fall of Southern Weekly and the changing landscape of journalism in China: A pivotal event. In J. Guan (Ed.), The end of Chinese media: The "Southern Weekly" protests and the fate of civil society in Xi Jinping's China (pp. vii - xxiv). Rowman & Littlefield.
Fang, K. (2018). Turning A Communist Party Leader into an Internet Meme: The Political and Apolitical Aspects of China’s Toad Worship Culture. Information, Communication & Society, 1-21.
Repnikova, M. & Fang, K. (2018). Authoritarian Participatory Persuasion 2.0: Netizens as Thought Work Collaborators in China. Journal of Contemporary China, 27(113), 763-779.
Fang, K. & Repnikova, M. (2018). Demystifying “Little Pink”: The Creation and Evolution of a Gendered Label for Nationalistic Activists in China. New Media & Society, 20(6), 2162-2185.
Fang, K. (2016). Investigating Party Media’s Resurgence on Social Media. Journalism Bimonthly (Xinwen Daxue), (3), 45-54.
Selected Non-Peer Reviewed Articles
Fang, K. (2017). "Guard against Fire, Theft, and Journalists": Public against Journalists in China. Media Asia, 44(1), 55-60.
Repnikova, M. & Fang, K. (2016, October). China’s New Media: Pushing Political Boundaries Without Being Political. Foreign Affairs.
Repnikova, M. & Fang, K. (2015, January). Behind the Fall of China's Greatest Newspaper. Foreign Policy.
Fang, K. (2013). The Myth of China’s Liberal Media. Orizzonte Cina, (4), 5.
The American Journalist in the Digital Age: A Half-Century Perspective by Lars Willnat, David H Weaver and G Cleveland Wilhoit. Journalism, 2018.