Fen Wang

Professor, Fen Wang

Vice Dean of School

School of History and Culture

Shandong University




Add:27 Shanda Nanlu, Jinan, Shandong, P. R. China, 250100


Shandong University: Ph.D., History inArchaeology,2006

Shandong University: M.A., History inArchaeology,2003

Shandong University: B.A., History inArchaeology,1999

Research Interests:

  • Neolithic Archaeology

  • Settlement Archaeology

  • Pottery Archaeology




Liangchengzhen Archaeological team: Liangchengzhen: 1998-2001 Excavation Report,Cultural Relics Press



Guoquan,L.,Fen,W..“Neolithic Ruinsat TheJiaojia Site in Zhangqiu District”,Archaeology,7,pp.28-43


Fen,W.,“Analysis of Tenghualuo Longshan Culture and City Remains”,Jianghan Archaeology,152(05),pp.52-60


Fen,W.,Yanbo,S.. “C and N stable isotope analysis of human and animal bones at the Beiqian site”,SCIENCE CHINA (Earth Sciences), 57(3),pp.408-414.


Fen,W.,“The Houli and Beixin Cultures, A Companion to CHINESE Archaeology”,WILEY-BLACKWELL, pp.389-410.

Fengshi,L.,Fen,W.,Yuhai,L.,“Archaeological Work of Beiqian Site in Jiaodong Peninsula: A Regional Perspective,East Asia Archaeology,10,pp.1-12

Fen,W.,Shuqing,C.,“Chemical Composition and Material Properties of Pottery in Prehistoric Period in BeiqianSite,East Asia Archaeology,10,pp.137-153


Fen,W.,Rong,F..“Reconstructing the food structure of ancient coastal inhabitants from Beiqian village: Stable isotopic analysis of fossil human bone”,Chinese Science Bulletin, 57(17), pp.2148-2154.

Fen,W.,“The Relationship of Cemetery Spatial Structure and Social Organization: From Dawenkou Culture Period Cemeteries”,East Asia Archaeology,9,pp.112-137


Fen,W.,Fenshi,L..“Excavationreport at Beiqian Site ofQingdao Jimoin Shandong”,Archaeology,11,pp.3-23


Fen,W.,“A Comparative Study on Beliefs and Rituals between the Haidai and Lake Tai Regions”,Jianghan Archaeology, 114(1), pp.44-54

Fen,W.,“The application and development of stratigraphy in settlement archaeology”,Chinese historical relics,4,pp.21-28

Fen,W.,“Analysis of the Settlement Pattern of Songzai Culture”,Huaxia Archaeology,pp.70-82


Neolithic Settlement Features and Building Structure in the Haidai Region,Chinese Archaeology and PalaeoenvironmentⅠ- Prehistory at the Lower Reaches of the Yellow River: The Haidai Region, Verlag Philip von Zabern·Mainz, 2009:91-104


Fen,W.,“A Study of The Wangyin Cemetery”,Acta Archaeologica Sinica,pp.1-29

Teaching Experience:

Courses taught:

  • Neolithic Archaeology

  • Field Archaeology

  • Archaeological Theory and Methods

  • Handicraft Archaeology

Research Activities:

  • Major Project of the National Social Science Fund: Excavation Report of the Zhangqiu Jiaojia Site (2016-2017), 2018-2023.

  • Project supported by the National Social Science Fund: Chemical Archaeology, 2018-2019.

  • National Natural Science Foundation of China: Carbon and nitrogen stable isotope analysis of prehistoric human bones and animal bones in coastal areas of Jiaodong, 2013-2015.

  • National Social Science Fund Youth Project: Pottery production, circulation and social complexity of Longshan culture in southeastern Shandong, 2011-2015.

  • Natural Science Foundation of Shandong Province: Stable Carbon and Nitrogen Isotopes of Human Bone and Animal Skeleton at the Beiqian Site of Qingdao Jimo, 2012-2015.


  • The archaeological excavations of the Jiaojia site:

The Field Archaeology Award, the Chinese Archaeological Society(2018)

The 2016-2017 Shandong Provincial Excellent Field Archaeological Site Award, Shandong Provincial Archaeological Society (2018)

The six major national archaeological discoveries in 2017, the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (2018)

The first national archaeological discovery in 2017, the Chinese Archaeological Society (2018)

The five major archaeological discovery awards in Shandong Province, Shandong Provincial Archaeological Society (2017)

  • Liangchengzhen: 1998-2001 Excavation Report:

The First Prize of the 32nd Social Science Outstanding Achievements of Shandong Province (2018)

The 2016 Top Ten National Cultural Heritage Books (2017)

  • The young expert of Taishan Scholars, Shandong Provincial Government(2017)

  • The First China Archaeology Conference Golden Jubilee Award, Chinese Archaeological Society (2016)

  • The 10th Shandong Provincial Social Science Discipline Award, Shandong Provincial Social Science Association (2016)

  • The first batch of future projects of young scholars from Shandong University, Shandong University (2015)

  • “Reconstructing the food structure of ancient coastal inhabitants from Beiqian village: Stable isotopic analysis of fossil human bone”:

The second prize of the 28th Social Science Outstanding Achievement Award of Shandong Province, Shandong Provincial Social Science Association (2014)

The first prize of seven outstanding achievements, Shandong Provincial Archaeological Society (2014)

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