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Case 2015 Autumn Fellows

 

Name:

LI Renqing

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Institution:

Rural Development Institute, Chinese

Academy of Social Sciences

 

Interest:

Rural Sociology

E-mail:

lirenqing@hotmail.com

Address:

Room 306, building 4, Zhijiang

Campus, Zhejiang University

 

 


 

LI Renqing, Associate Researcher in Organizational System Department of Rural Development Institute at Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. Secretary General in China's Rural Social Issues Research Center, Executive Director in China's Social Value Investment Alliance. Expert in Rural Center of Ministry of Science and Technology, Expert in Grass-Roots Political Power Construction Project of Ministry of Civil Affairs, Expert in External Training Department of Ministry of Commerce. Co-writer of Village-level organizations and village governance in China, Rural Finance and Development, Villages Economy and Culture in Contemporary China, etc.

 

Research Interests: Rural Society

 

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    Name:

    CHEN Wenlong

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    Institution:

    History Research Institute, Huazhong

    University of Science and Technology

     

    Interest:

    Ancient Chinese History

    E-mail:

    CWL314@163.com

    Address:

    Room 301C, building 4, Zhijiang

    Campus, Zhejiang University

     


     

    Dr. CHEN Wenlong obtained his Ph.D of History from Peking University. He is a lecturer at Institute of Historical Studies, Huazhong University of Science and Technology.

     

    Research interests: Chinese bureaucratic systems and ritual systems in Tang and Song Dynasties.

     

     

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    Name:

    HE Zhaotian

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    Institution:

    Institute of Literature at Chinese

    Academy of Social Sciences

     

    Interest:

    Modern and Contemporary Chinese

    History, Modern and Contemporary

    Chinese Literature

     

    E-mail:

    hzt59@hotmail.com

    Address:

    Room 308, building 4, Zhijiang

    Campus, Zhejiang University

     

     


     

    HE Zhaotian, the Associate Researcher in Institute of Literature at Chinese Academy of Social Sciences , the chairman of academic board in Ideological History Center at Fudan University and the chief editor of Human Thought Collection (Chinese mainland version). He was a visiting fellow at the University of Tokyo, TungHai University, National Tsing Hua University and National Cheng Kung University, etc.

     

    His research interests focus on China’s modern Intellectual History and Political History, and Chinese Modern and Contemporary Literature.

     

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    Name:

    JIN Xiping

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    Institution:

    Department of Philosophy at Peking

    University

     

    Interest:

    Heidegger’s fundamental ontology,

    Husserl’s Phenomenology, Philosophy of

    Aristotle

     

    E-mail:

    Jinxp1949@gmail.com

    Address:

    Room 206, building 4, Zhijiang

    Campus, Zhejiang University

     

     


      

    Former Director of Institute of Foreign Philosophy at Peking University

    Phenomenologist, professor (emeritus) of Western philosophy of Peking University.

    Director of the research center of phenomenology of Peking University,

    Former Secretary of society of phenomenology Chinas,

    Former Leader of Seminar for Western Philosophy of Peking University.

    Vice director of the Center of Hellenic studies at Peking University

    Teaching and Research Experience in Department of Philosophy of Peking University

    Teaching Experience:

    1. Lecture on Modern Philosophy in Western world (be held every year)

    2. Lecture on History of Philosophy

    Seminars:

    3. Heidegger’s Philosophy

    4. Philosophy of Feuerbach

    5. Phenomenology of Husserl

    6. Husserl's Logical Investigations

    7. Wittgenstein: Philosophical Investigation

    8. Philosophy of Descartes

    9. Philosophy of Aristotle:

    10. Philosophy of Leibnitz

    11. Wittgenstein: Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus

    12. Interoperation on Heidegger's "Being and Time"

    13. Introduction to Greek for Philosophy-Studies

    14. Introduction on Phenomenology (in German Language)

    15. Philosophy of Plato

    16. German Language for Philosophy-Studies

    17. English for Philosophy

    18. Introduction to Greek for literae humaniores

    Four books have been published about Heidegger, Aristotle and John Locke and German Philosophy in 19 Century.

     

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    Name:

    LAI Guolong

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    Institution:

    Art History, University of Florida

    Interest:

    Chinese Archaeological History of Art

    E-mail:

    chahlgl@hotmail.com

    Address:

    Room 309, building 4, Zhijiang

    Campus, Zhejiang University

     


     

    Ph.D in Art History, Associate Professor in Art History, University of Florida. Publications on Early China, Asia Major, Study on Art and Archaeology at Zhejiang University, Chinese Language Journal, etc.He is the author of Excavating the Afterlife: The Archaeology of Early Chinese.

     

     

    Research interests: Chinese Art History, Cultural Heritage Conversation and Museum History

     

     

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    Name:

    LI Renqing

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    Institution:

    Rural Development Institute, Chinese

    Academy of Social Sciences

     

    Interest:

    Rural Sociology

    E-mail:

    lirenqing@hotmail.com

    Address:

    Room 306, building 4, Zhijiang

    Campus, Zhejiang University

     

     


     

    LI Renqing, Associate Researcher in Organizational System Department of Rural Development Institute at Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. Secretary General in China's Rural Social Issues Research Center, Executive Director in China's Social Value Investment Alliance. Expert in Rural Center of Ministry of Science and Technology, Expert in Grass-Roots Political Power Construction Project of Ministry of Civil Affairs, Expert in External Training Department of Ministry of Commerce. Co-writer of Village-level organizations and village governance in China, Rural Finance and Development, Villages Economy and Culture in Contemporary China, etc.

     

    Research Interests: Rural Society

     

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    Name:

    LIU Zhenlun

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    Institution:

    Chinese Language and Literature

    department, Huazhong University of

    Science and Technology

     

    Interest:

    Ancient Chinese History

    E-mail:

    liu_zhenlun@126.com

    Address:

    Room 205, building 4, Zhijiang

    Campus, Zhejiang University

     

     


     

    LIU Zhenlun is a Professor Emeritus of Department of Chinese Language and Literature at Huazhong University of Science and Technology (Wuhan, China). Professor LIU has almost 40 years’ experience in teaching and research of classical Chinese literature and philology. He also serves as the Director of the Chinese Society of Literatures in Tang Dynasty, and Vice President of the Research Society of Han-Yu.

     

    Over the course of his academic career, Professor Liu has published over a hundred papers on academic journals, as well as more than ten monographs. Selected publications of Professor Liu include:

    · Collations and Notes of Han Yu’s Works, Zhonghua Book Company, August 2010

    Received Tier-1 National Award for Outstanding Academic Publication on Classical Chinese Literature Research, China, 2010

    · Collations of Collated Han Yu’s Works , Phoenix Publishing House, 2007

    · Study on Han Yu’s Works published during Song and Yuan Dynasties, China Social Sciences Press, 2004

    · Validation research on Mr. Chang-Li’s Selection, Huazhong University of Science and Technology Press, 2002

    · Biography of Shitou Xiqian, Buddha's Light Publishing (Taipei), 1999

    · Collationsof Sheng-An’s Critics on Ci-poems, Hua Cheng Book Shop (Taipei), 1996

    Received Tier-3 Provincial Award for Social Science Research, Hubei, China, 2001

    · From “knowing the Truth” to”Conveying the Truth” : On the Evolution of the Theory on the Relationship between the Writings and the Truth in the Tang and Song Dynasties, Literary Heritage 2005/5

    · A Discussion of Zhu Xi’s Critique of Fang Songqing’s Collated Works of Han Yu, Bulletin of the Institute of Chinese Literature and Philosophy (Taipei),Number 21,2002

    · A Study of Han Yu’s works in the Taiwan Palace Museum,Documents, 2002/2

     

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    Name:

    LU Shengjiang

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    Institution:

    Nankai University

    Interest:

    Chinese Classic Literature

    E-mail:

    lushj5898@126.com

    Address:

    Room 207, building 4, Zhijiang

    Campus, Zhejiang University

     

     


     

    LU Shengjiang, Professor and doctorial supervisor of School of Literature at Nankai University, Vice President of the Chinese Tang dynasty Literature Association, member of Ancient Literary Theory Association, Executive member of the council of The Literary Mind and the Carving of Dragons Association, Senior Visiting Scholar of Ritsumeikan University and Waseda University, Part-time researcher of Eastern Literature Research Center of Peking University, Guest Professor of Cheongju University and Soochow University.

     

    His four volumes Collection of Proofreading and textual research of Wen Jing Mi Fu Lun, and the two volumes Research of Wen Jing Mi Fu Lun, seperately won the third prize and the second prize of Excellent Achievements in Philosophy and Social Science of Ministry of Education. He was the author of Weijin Metaphysics and Chinese Literature and Commentary On The Three Kingdoms. He published more than 90 articles on Literary Review and Literary Legacy, comlished 5 social sciences research project supported by National Social Science Foundation, Ministry of Education and provincial government, and now engage in the research of Prosody of Tang Poetry, which takes on a major project supported by National Social Science Foundation.

     

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    Name:

    LV Danian

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    Institution:

    Institute of Foreign Literature, Chinese

    Academy of Social Sciences

     

    Interest:

    English& American Literature

    E-mail:

    Danian_lu@yahoo.com

    Address:

    Room 208, building 4, Zhijiang

    Campus, Zhejiang University

     

     


     

    Ph.D in English Literature, Researcher in English& American literature department of at Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. Publications on Foreign Literature Review, Foreign Literatures, Reading, etc. The author of Reading Records.

     

    Research Interests: English& American Literature

     

     

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    Name:

    MA Deyong

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    Institution:

    The Zhou Enlai School of Government

    (ZSG) in Nankai University

     

    Interest:

    Political Science

    E-mail:

    madeyong@nankai.edu.cn

    Address:

    Room 302D, building 4, Zhijiang

    Campus, Zhejiang University

     

     


    Education

    Ph.D. in political science, Sep. 2001-Aug. 2007

    Department of Political Science, Seoul National University, Seoul, South Korea

    MA in political science, Sep. 1998-Jun. 2001

    Department of Political Science, College of Law and Politics, Nanakai University, Tianjin, China

    BA in political science, Sep. 1991-Jun. 1995

    Department of Political Science, Nankai University, Tianjin, China

    Work Experience

    Zhou Enlai School of Government, Nankai University (Tianjin) Sep.2007-

    Lecturer(2007-2009), Associate Professor(2010-)

    School of Contemporary Chinese Studies, Nottingham University Mar. 2010-Mar.2012

    Marie Curie Fellow

    Department of Sinology, Koomin University (South Korea) Mar. 2003-Feb. 2006

    Lecturer

    Institute of Tianjin Urban Construction Jul. 1995-Jun. 1998

    Staff

    Current Research and Interests

    Comparative Politics (Focusing on Social Capital, Governance, Democratization and Political Culture in East Asia), Local Democratization and Governance in China, Public Opinion and Political Ideology, International Relations in North-east Asia

    Selected Papers and Publications

    Articles:

    In Korean

    “중국에서 사회조사는 어떻게 진행되는가?”(如何在中国进行社会调查),중국관행웹진, Vol.32. 2013.4.http://hk.incheon.ac.kr/Webzine/webzine_view.html?id=257

    “중국의 향진(鄕鎭) 민주주의 발전에 대한 평가”(中国乡镇民主化进展评价),중국관행웹진, Vol.33. 2013.5.http://hk.incheon.ac.kr/Webzine/webzine_view.html?id=265

    “Democratic Institutions as a Pre-requisite: How Social Capital Can Enhance Governance?”, Journal of Korean Political Science, Vol.18,No.1,pp.169-193.

    Books:

    Deyong Ma, A Comparative Study on Social Capital in Confucian East-Asia, Tianjin People Press (Tianjin Renmin Chubanshe), 2009.

    Deyong Ma, Governance Innovations in China's Townships: A Comparative Study of 24 Townships in Ten Provinces. Nankai University Press, 2014.

    In English:

    “Participation and Competition: innovations in cadre election and selection in China's townships”, Journal of Contemporary China (SSCI), Published online: 8 Oct. 2014, DOI:10.1080/10670564.2014.932164. (co-authored with Zhengxu Wang, second author)

     “Authoritarian Orientations and Political Trust in East Asian Societies”, East Asia: an International Quarterly, Volume 31, Issue4, 2014. pp. 323-341. DOI: 10.1007/s12140-014-9217-z (coauthored with Feng Yang, first author).

    “Governance Innovations and Citizens’ Trust in Local Government: Electoral Impacts in China’s Townships”, Japanese Journal of Political Science (SSCI), Vol. 15, Issue 03, 2014, pp.373-395.(first author, coauthored with Zhengxu Wang.

    “Stocktaking Social Capital in the ‘Confucian Culture Zone’ of East Asia: A Comparative Analysis on Trust, Tolerance and Cooperation”, Political Science in Asia, Vol.2 (2007), No.2, pp.75-102.

    In Chinese:
      
    Deyong Ma and Lina Wang,“Chinese Netizens’Ideological Placement and Their Sources:An Empirical Analysis”, Chinese Journal of Sociology, Vol.35, No.5, 2015. co-authored with Lina Wang.
    Deyong Ma and Guoya Zhang,“Deliberative or Electoral: A Comparative Analysis of Two Models of Township Democratic Experiments”, Foreign Theoretical Trends, No.6, 2015.
    Deyong Ma,“How Does Institutional Innovation Emerge and Evolve? An Evolutionary Approach to Direct Election Experiments at the Township Level in China”, Academia Bimestris (Xue Hai), No.1, 2015, pp.74-84.
    Deyong Ma and Zhiyuan Zhang, “A Social Evolutionary Approach to China’s Political Institutional Reform: the Case of Ministry of Railways”, CASS Journal of Political Science, No.5, 2015, pp.96-110.
    Deyong Ma,“Dilemma and Policy Choice of Direct Election Experiments at Township Level”, Forum of Chinese Leaders, No.5, 2014, pp.71-73.
    Deyong Ma,“Election Experiments and Diffusion of Democratic Values: An Empirical Analysis on Political Consequences of Direct Election Experiments at Township Level”, Journal of Tianjin Administration College, No.5, 2014, pp.62-71.
    Deyong Ma and Mengxin Sun,“Determinants of Public Trust in Chinese Local Government in the New Media Age:Transparency, Responsiveness or Public Relations?”, Journal of Public Management, Vol.11, No.1, pp.104-113.
    Deyong Ma and Shuxia Zhang,“Left and Right of Chinese Citizens”, 21st Century (Hong Kong), 2014, No.2, pp.86-103.
    Interview: “Chinese Netizens’ Ideological Placement”, Southern Metropolitan News (Nanfang Dushi Bao), 18 Aug. 2013.
    Deyong Ma,“Local Governments Need to Learn Deliberative Democracy”, Studies Time, 4 Feb. 2013.
    Deyong Ma,“Measuring Township Governance: An Empirical Study on 20 Townships in 10 Provinces of China”, Chinese Public Administration, 2013, No.1, pp.99-104.
    Deyong Ma and Zhengxu Wang,“Participation and Competition: Prospects of Political Changes Viewed from China’s Townships”, CASS Journal of Political Science, 2012, No.4, pp.106-115.
    Deyong Ma and Zhengxu Wang, “Sources of Legitimacy of Local Government in Rural China: A Comparative Analysis of 20 Townships”, Comparative Economic and Social Systems, 2012, No.3, pp.122-138.
    Deyong MA,“National Identity, Patriotism, and Nationalism: A Review of Overseas Empirical Studies”, World Ethno-National Studies, 2012, No.3. pp.8-16.
    Deyong Ma and Zhengxu Wang,“Democratization, Political Legitimacy, and Governance: Five Types of Institutional Innovations and their Political Consequences at Township-level in China”, Journal of Renmin University of China, 2012, No.6. pp.23-31.
    Deyong Ma and Zhengxu Wang, “Political Legitimacy, Governance, and Democratic Values: Institutional Innovations and their Consequences at Township-level in China”, Social Sciences in China (Restricted version), No.4, pp.99-115.
    Deyong MA,“Political Reform in Rural China: A Study on Semi-competitive Election at the Township level” (book review), Comparative Economic and Social Systems, 2010, No.3.
    Deyong MA,“Electoral Democracy, Political Legitimacy, and Local Governance in China: Three Propositions of Township-level Democratization”, The Journal of Beijing Administration College (Beijing Xingzheng Xueyuan Xuebao) ,2010, No.2, pp.10-15.
    Deyong MA,“Social Capital and Harmonize Society”, 21st Century (Hong Kong), 2009, No.6, pp.101-106.
    Deyong Ma and Zhengxu Wang,“Social Capital, Democracy, and Governance: A Cross-national Comparative Analysis Based on 69 Countries Data”, Open Times, 2009, No.5, pp.70-83.(co-authored with Dr Zhengxu Wang)
    Deyong MA,“Political Tolerance and its Origins in East-Asian Societies: A Comparative Analysis at the National-Level”, Journal of Wuhan University (social science edition), 2009, No.3, pp.339-347.
    Deyong MA, “Social Capital: A theoretical Critique and Concept Redefinition”, CASS Journal of Political Science, 2008, No.5, pp.74-81.
    Deyong MA,“A Empirical Study on Tolerance in Four East-Asian Societies”, The Journal of Beijing Administration College (Beijing Xingzheng Xueyuan Xuebao) ,2008,No.5,pp.9-13.
    Deyong Ma and Lei Zhang,“Measuring Governance: Overseas Studies and their Implication for China”, Journal of Public Management (Gonggong Guanli Xuebao) ,2008,No.5, pp.101-108.
    Deyong MA,“Trust, Origins of Trust and Its Changes in China”, Open Times (Kaifang Shidai), 2008, No.4, pp.72-86.
    Deyong MA,“Two Dilemmas of Social Capital Theory”, 21st Century (Hong Kong), 2008, No.3, pp.89-96.
    Deyong MA,“An Introduction to Inter-net Resources for Cross-national Comparative Studies”, Comparative Economic and Social Systems, 2008, No.1, pp.149-155.
    Deyong MA,“Assessing Food Shortage Problem in North Korea”, International Data Information, 2007, No.12, pp.8-13.
    Deyong MA,“Institutional and Cultural Factors of Political Trust in Eight Asian Societies: A Comparative Analysis”, Comparative Economic and Social Systems, 2007, No.5, pp.79-86.
    Junfeng Liang and Deyong Ma,“An Empirical Analysis on Chinese Communist Party’s Recruitment System: Focusing on Universities, Youth Studies, 2006, No.2, pp.3-8.
    Junfeng Liang and Deyong Ma,“Ideology Education and Political Attitudes of College Students in China”, Youth Studies, 2005, No.3, pp.6-9.


     

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    Name:

    WEI Zhijiang

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    Institution:

    Sun Yat-sen University

    Interest:

    History of Sino-foreign relations

    E-mail:

    gmswzhj@mail.sysu.edu.cn

    Address:

    Room 305, building 4, Zhijiang

    Campus, Zhejiang University

     

     


     

    Ph.D. in Internation Relations, Professor at Sun Yat-sen University. The head of institute of Korean Studies at Sun Yat-sen University, council member of North Korea History Association in China, council member of Chinese Association of Asia-Pacific Studies, Specially-appointed researcher of South Korea Study Center at Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.

     

    Research Interests: China- South Korea Relations, North Korea Peninsula Issue and Taiwan Issue

     

     

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    Name:

    ZHANG Butian

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    Institution:

    Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

    Interest:

    History of Scientific Thought, Philosophy of

    Science

     

    E-mail:

    butian@gmail.com

    Address:

    Room 301A, building 4, Zhijiang

    Campus, Zhejiang University

     

     


      

    ZHANG Butian’s research field and interests are medieval and early modern science, the scientific revolution, the relationship between science and theology, origins of Modernity in the western world. He got his bachelor’s degree in theoretical physics in 2000 at University of Science & Technology of China. In 2008, he got his Ph. D. degree in philosophy of science and technology at Peking University. His dissertation has been published with the title of “Quantification of Qualities and Motion——A Study of the Kinematics in the Fourteenth-Century Scholastic Natural Philosophy” at Peking University Press in 2010. From 2008 on, he worked at the Chinese Academy of Sciences. From January 2015 to June 2015, he was a visiting scholar with the Li Foundation Fellowship at Needham Research Institute, Cambridge University. Besides publishing many papers, he has edited and translated dozens of academic books in the field of history of science, philosophy, theology, etc. into Chinese.

     

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    Name:

    ZHANG Guang

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    Institution:

    Xiamen University

    Interest:

    Political Science

    E-mail:

    gzhang85@126.com

    Address:

    Room 209, building 4, Zhijiang

    Campus, Zhejiang University


     

    ZHANG Guang, Ph.D. in Political science (Kent State University, 2002), Professor in School of Public Affairs at Xiamen University. Publications on Australian Journal of Public Administration,Asian Survey, Journal of Chinese Political Science, Open Times, Sociology Study, Cass Journal of Political Science, etc. Research grants from National Planning Office of Philosophy and Social Science, China Development Research Foundation, Japan's International Exchange Fund Projects, and the Korea Foundation for Advanced Studies. The author of Defending Tax Sharing System, Japan's Foreign Aid Policy Research and co-author of Deconstruction on Capitol Hill: the United States Congress Politics and Members’ China-Related Behaviors, the U.S. Congressional Research Handbook(2007-2008), etc.


    Research Interests: Public Finance, Comparative Politics, International Politics and Economy


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    Name:

    ZHANG Ruizhuang

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    Institution:

    Nankai University

    Interest:

    International Relations, Methodology of

    Social Science

     

    E-mail:

    rzhang@nankai.edu.cn

    Address:

    Room 307, building 4, Zhijiang

    Campus, Zhejiang University

     

     


     

    Zhang Ruizhuang is a professor emeritus of International Relations at Nankai University, Tianjin, China where he still serves as Dean of the Academy of International Studies and Director of the Center of American Studies. He got his Ph.D. in political science from University of California at Berkeley.

     

    His teaching and research interests include International Relations, US foreign policy, Chinese foreign policy and Sino-US relations. Social sciences methodology is another area his work has focused on.

     

    He has won scholarly grants for his research from the Chinese National Planning Office for Philosophy and Social Sciences (Beijing, 2013), Won Kuancheng Education Foundation (Hong Kong, 2007), Ford Foundation (U.S.A., 2004-06), and Chinese Ministry of Education (2004-07).

     

    He is a Vice President of China Association of International Relations (since 2010) and Editorial Board Member of Chinese Journal of International Politics (Oxford University Press, SSCI journal). He sits on the Executive Board of several other academic associations in China.

     

    Professor Zhang was a visiting fellow at the Ben-Gurion University (Israel, 2015), the Nobel Institute (Norway, 2014), and SAIS, Johns Hopkins U (1984). He also taught courses as a visiting professor at U of Virginia/ISE (2012), U of Minnesota (2008-09), Peking U (2005) and Catholic U (S. Korea, 2002).

     

    He has published extensively in top journals of international relations and foreign policy in China, with his latest book being The Unharmonious World (in Chinese, Shanghai Peoples’ Publishing House, 2010). Selected writings in English include one book chapter in Global Giant: Is China Changing the Rules of the Game? (Palgrave Macmillan, 2009), one in Does the Rise and Fall of Great Powers Lead to Conflict and War? (Oxford U Press, 2015) and one in The Future of History, Power, Interests and Identity in East Asia (forthcoming).

     

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