Dr. Ming Turner received her PhD in Art History and Theory at Loughborough University in Britain in 2008. Her doctoral project (funded by an ORS Award from the British Government) investigates contemporary Taiwanese women’s art with specific focuses on postcolonial and feminist theories.
In 2005, she co-edited an art historians’ careers guide published by the Association of Art Historians (AAH) in London. Her research has been published internationally, including the newsletter of The International Institute for Asian Studies (2006) and the Inferno: Art History (2007), published by the University of St Andrews. She has delivered a dozen of research papers to international conferences regarding her research, and she was a session convenor at the AAH Annual Conference in Belfast in April 2007.She was a Research Assistant at Loughborough University, Assisting Professor Meskimmon with a large research project on contemporary women's lens-based works.