Naran Bilik, a Mongol and professor, received a doctor’s degree in Ethnology from the Minzu University of China in 1989, worked as a senior Visiting scholar in Cambridge University in the United Kingdom, and as the Jane and Raphael Professor of Anthropology at Carleton College in the United States. He was ever a “Distinguished Professor” at Fudan University, director of the Center for Ethnic Studies of Fudan University, doctoral supervisor of Yunnan University and Guizhou University. He is now working part time as the vice president of the Chinese Society of Art Anthropology, vice president of the China World Ethnic Studies Association, vice president of the International Shaman Studies Association, etc. Currently, he is level-1 professor in Inner Mongolia Normal University and a chair professor in the Changjiang Scholars Program. His representative works include Linguistic anthropology, Ethnic Group Construction in Modern Context, etc.