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LI NIE

1021 Arlington Blvd, Suite 1104 East, Arlington VA, 22209


202-476-9053
lilyya2002@gmail.com

Education Georgetown University, Washington, DC


Master of Art, Communication, Culture and Technology; Graduation: January,
2010
Concentration: Social media and online discourse. GPA: 3.5/4.0
Coursework included: Netspeak: Language, Discourse and Identity on the
Internet; Network and
International Development; Product Development in New Digital Age;
Language and Politics

Goldsmiths College, University of London, London, UK


Bachelor of Art, Media and Communications; GPA:3.4/4.0

Experience Berkley Center for Religion, Peace and World Affairs, Washington,
DC Communication Research Assistant, 2009 January – 2010 January
Gathered on-line information on Chinese Internet and analyzed the impact of
social media on religious
dialogue in the Chinese context, which included tracking government policies
on religious activities,
reviewing politically contentious discourse in forums, chat rooms, network
websites, etc; Used
Microsoft Office Excel to create and maintain the media database of the
Berkley Center, including
dates, source, videos, and audios

Faith Complex, WashingtonPost.com, Washington DC


Editor, 2009 March- 2009 April-2009 November
Led the production team of eight people in post-production on a weekly
basis; produced and edited
transcripts; edited the interview footage and found proper B-rolls; marketed
the show through
Facebook Ad, Facebook Group and Twitter; reviewed and responded to
viewers’ comments

Communication, Culture and Technology, Georgetown University


TA for graduate course Language and Politics, 2009 January – 2009 May
Led group discussion every week, advised students on essay topics and
graded weekly reflection paper

Organizational US Pirg (US Public Interest Research Group), Washington DC


Door to door canvasser and fundraiser; 2008 May – 2008 August
Signed up 146 members and raised $4,900 for the campaign through face-to-
face interactions; hosted
weekly teleconference of intern recruitment and trained interns to run voter
registration on university
campuses
Presentations and Publications

Presentation at panel discussion Learning to Imagine: National Identity


Construction
and Bourdieu’s Habitus, 7th Annual SLLC Graduate Student Forum,
“Reflections on
Optimism”, University of Maryland, College Park, March 26,2009;

Publication of Cultural Nationalism: What It Means to be a Chinese in


upcoming book
National Identity and Bourdiue’s Habitus(2011)

Language and Technical Skills

Mandarin, native fluency in speaking and writing


English, fluency in speaking and writing
Final Cut Pro; After Effects; Photoshop; InDesign; MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)