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Hong Zhang

Hong Zhang, Ph.D.

Education

  • Ph.D. from University of Arizona

Research Interests

Modern China, Women in China, Urban Transformation, and Modern History of Tianjin

Recent Research Activities

Dr. Hong Zhang's current research focuses on the modern history of Tianjin.

Selected Publications

Books

  • America Perceived: The Making of Chinese Images of the United States, 1945-1953. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 2002.

Articles/Essays

  • “From a Symbol of Imperialistic Penetration to a Site of Cultural Heritage: 'The Italian-Style Exotic District' in Tianjin,” in Chinese Cultural Heritage in the Making: Experiences, Negotiations and Contestations, ed. by Marina Svensson and Christina Maags, Amsterdam University Press, 2017 (forthcoming).

  • “Women’s Life and Work in Rural North China in the Age of Economic Reform,” Quarterly Journal of Chinese Studies, vol. 4, no.3 (Spring 2016), 80-95.

  •  “Rural Women in Republican China: A Study of the Wang Sisters from Shandong,” Quarterly Journal of Chinese Studies, vol. 3, no.4 (Summer 2015), 69-81.

  • "Gender Reconstruction in Post-Mao Urban China: The Interplay between Modernity and popular culture," in Popular Culture in Asia: Memory, City, Celebrity,  ed. by Lorna Fitzsimmons and John A. Lent (Palgrave Macmillan, 2013), 165-182.
  • “Modernity and Self-Representation of Urban Chinese Women” (in Chinese), in Chinese Thoughts and Society, ed. by Tao Feiya and Yao Ping (Shanghai: Shanghai University Press, 2010), 342-355.  

  • "From the Civil War to the Korean War: Student Nationalism and Sino-American Relations." Chinese Studies Forum 2 (2001): 33-53.
  • "Chinese Intellectuals' Mixed Images of the United States in the Early 20th Century." Chinese Studies Forum 1 (1998): 81-97.
  • "Chinese Intellectuals and the Resist America, Aid Korea' Political Campaign." Chinese Historians 9 (1996): 38-74.
  • "Chinese Student Movement Opposing the U.S. Rehabilitation of Japan, 1948." The Journal of American-East Asian Relations 5:2 (Summer 1996): 183-208.

Miscellaneous Publications

  • Translation: Bossler, Beverly.  “Shifting Identities: Courtesans and Literati in Song China”  (身份转化:中国宋朝艺妓与士人).  In妇女史卷:当代西方汉学研究集萃 (Women’s Studies: A Collection of Contemporary Western Studies on Chinese History), edited by Yao Ping, 55-78.  Shanghai: Shanghai Ancient Studies Publisher, 2012. 

  • Translation: Brown, Miranda. “Mothers and Sons in Warring States and Han China, 453BCE – 220 CE”  (中国战国和汉朝时期公元前453年-公元220年的母子关系). In 妇女史卷:当代西方汉学研究集萃 (Women’s Studies: A Collection of Contemporary Western Studies on Chinese History), edited by Yao Ping, 27-54. Shanghai: Shanghai Ancient Studies Publisher, 2012.

Courses

Course Number Course Title Mode Session Date and Time Syllabus
50731 ASH4404 Modern China Web C - Unavailable
No Description Available

No courses found for Fall 2016.

No courses found for Spring 2017.

Course Number Course Title Mode Session Date and Time Syllabus
61185 ASH4402 History of Chinese Civ Web C - Unavailable
No Description Available
Course Number Course Title Mode Date and Time Syllabus
91058 ASH4402 History of Chinese Civ Rdce Time Tu 10:30AM - 11:45AM Unavailable
No Description Available
91059 ASH4404 Modern China Rdce Time Tu 1:30PM - 2:45PM Unavailable
No Description Available
Course Number Course Title Mode Date and Time Syllabus
18659 ASH3930H Hon Special Topic Face2Face Tu,Th 4:30PM - 5:45PM Unavailable
No Description Available
18881 ASH4402 History of Chinese Civ Web - Unavailable
No Description Available
18882 ASH4404 Modern China Rdce Time Tu 10:30AM - 11:45AM Unavailable
No Description Available

Updated: May 7, 2017