Professor He Nu, male. born in Sep. 1963. Before he obtained his Ph. D. from the Dept. of Archaeology at Beijing University in 2001, he had taken part in archaeological excavation at Jingnansi site in Jiangling, Shijiahe Walled-town site in Tianmen ect. in Hubei Province. He has published several dozens of archaeological papers in Chinese and overseas academic journals. He currently focuses on the project about Rising of Chinese Civilization and the Formation of Early States in China.
1981 Sept. - 1985 July studying at the Dept. of Archaeology at Beijing University, and obtained Bachelor’s Degree.
1985 Sept. - 1988 July studying at Dept. of Archaeology at Beijing University as a graduated student majoring in Bronze Age Archaeology, and obtained Master Degree.
1999 Sept. - 2001 July studying at the College of Archaeology and Museum at Beijing University, majoring in Bronze Age Archaeology, and obtained Doctor Degree.
1988-1999 working in Jingzhou Museum in Hubei Province.
1995-1996 working as a visiting scholar at the Dept. of Anthropology at San Francisico State University, granted by the Committee on Scholarly Communication with China.
2001-present working at Archaeology Institute of Chinese Academy of Social Science, directing the fieldwork at Taosi Walled-town in Xiangfen, Shanxi Province. He is in charge of the subject about Settlement Research on Taosi, which is referred to the project of Rising Chinese Civilization and Formation of Early States.
1988 - 1992 participating excavation at Jingnansi Site in Jiangling, Hubei Province.
1990 participating the work at Xiaojiawuji Site in Tianmen, Hubei.
1900 directing the recovery work at Zoumaling Walled-town in Shishou, Hubei.
1993 directing the recovery of the foundation of Chu’s palaces at Paimashan in Jiangling, Hubei.
1996 participating the excavation at Adobe Site in San Francisco, USA.
1997 directing the fieldwork at Wangjiazui Site in Songze, Hubei.
2001-present directing the fieldwork at Taosi Walled-town in Xiangfen, Shanxi Province.
1. 1999 Excavation Report on Meihuaiqiao Site in Jiangling, Hubei. Kaogu (Archaeology), Issue 9.
2. 1990 Elementary Analysis Method of Archaeological Cultures and Diffusion Modes for Culture Diffusion. Kaogu Yu Wenwu (Archaeology and Cultural Relics), Issue 6.
3. 1990 Research on the Proto-logic thinking about Jar Burial. Shiqian Yanjiu (Prehistoric Research). Vol. 1990-1991.
4. 1992 Introduction on Archaeological Context. Dongnan Wenhua (Southeastern Culture). Issue 6.
5. 1994 Archaic Custom of Sucking and Heating Alcohol. Jianghan Kaogu, Issue 3.
6.1994 Bronze wares of Shang and Zhou Dynasty from Jiangbei Farm in Jiangling, Hubei. Wenwu (Cultural Relics), Issue 9.
7. 1994 Research on Archaeological Culture at Jingnansi Site of Xia and Shang Dynasty. In Archaeological Research. Vol.2. Beijing University Press.
8. 1998 Research on the origin of the Ba culture （in Japanese）, Research on Chinese-Japanese cultures Vol.12，Pp.147-159。
9. 1999 Chinese Archaeology Approaching to 21st Century. Huaxia Kaogu. Issue 1.
10. 1999 Provenance Studies of the Earliest Chinese Protoporcelain Using Instrumental Neutron Activation Analysis.（British）Journal of Archaeological Science 26，P1003-1015. Cooperated with Chen Tiemei, George Rapp, and Jing Zhichun.
11. 1999 A Synthetic Study of the NAA Results and Cultural Elements of the Pottery from the Jingnansi Site in Hubei. Kaogu (archaeology). Issue 10. Cooperated with Chen Tiemei, George Rapp, and Jing Zhichun.
12. 1999 Sustaining Development Strategy as Crucial Factor: Comparative Analysis on Collapse of Shijiahe Chiefdom and Rising of Central Plain. Zhongyuan Wenwu (Central Plain Cultural Relics), Issue 4.
13. 2003 New Research on Writings on the Ceramic Flask from Taosi Site. Zhongguo Wenwubao (China Cultural Relics News), Nov. 11.
14. 2004 2003 Excavation of the Large-sized Structure Foundation in the Sacrificial Area of the Taosi City-site in Xiangfen County, Shanxi. Kaogu (Archaeology), Issue 7.