Haolan Zheng

Haolan Zheng

Associate Professor
Faculty of Policy Management
Graduate School of Media and Governance
Short BiographyB.A., Public Administration, FUDAN UNIVERSITY, 1998
Ph.D., Media and Governance, KEIO UNIVERSITY, Graduate School Media and Governance, 2006

Visiting Lecturer, Faculty of Policy Management, Keio University (April 2007 ~ March 2009)
Associate Professor, Faculty of Global and Inter-cultural Studies, Ferris University
(April 2009 ~ March 2015)
Visiting Scholar, the Center for Asian Studies, Stanford University
Areas of ExpertiseModern and Contemporary History of China, Chinese Area Studies
AffiliationsJapan Association for Asian Studies
Japan Association for Modern China Studies
The Society of Modern Chinese History Researches
IPSA:The International Political Science Association
APSA: The American Political Science Association
AAS: The Association for Asian Studies
Selected PublicationsBooks
Revolution and Society in Rural China: the Historical Transformation of Jinggangshan's Villages, Tokyo: Keio University Press, 2009.

Book Chapters
1)‘Village Elections and the Transformation of Power Structure in Rural China’, in Nomura and Yamamoto (eds.) Globalism, Nationalism and Localism, Tokyo: Keio University Press, 2006.

2)‘Community Activities and Publicness in Rural China’, in Tajima and Yamamoto (eds.) Collaborationism: the Alternative of Intermediate Organizations, Tokyo: Keio University Press, 2009.

3)‘Political Changes and Lineages in Early Time of PRC’, in Takahashi (ed.) National Salvation, Mobilization and Order: Chinese Politics and Society in Changing Times, Tokyo: Keio University, 2010.

4)‘Institutionalization in Rural China: from the Perspective of Continuity’, in Kamo, Iida and Jinbo (eds.) From the Revolution to the Open Door Policy: Beyond 1978, Tokyo: Keio University Press, 2011.

5)‘The Business Community and Japan-US Relationship’, in Zang, Bao and Zheng (eds.) The Business Community and Japanese Diplomacy after the Cold War, Shanghai: Shanghai People’s Press, 2013.

6)‘Japanese Media's Reports and Perceptions of China’, in Bao Xiaqing(eds.) Japan's Perception and Policy towards China in the Transition Period, Shanghai: Zhong Hua Book Company,2016.

7)‘Charity Organizations and the State: the Publicness of Child Protection’, in Kojima and Shimada (eds.) Publicness and State Power in China: History and Present, Tokyo: Keio University Press, 2017.

8)‘China’s Social Inequality and the Communist Party: A Historical Perspective’, in Kamo tomoki(ed.) China as a Great Power, Tokyo: Ichigeisha, 2017.

Journal Articles
1)‘Expropriation of Rural Lands and Shortcomings of Land Ownership in China’, Asian Economy, No. 5, 2002.

2)‘The Rectification Campaign of Peasant Associations in Rural China between 1949 and 1952’, Journal of Law and Political Studies (Keio University), No. 62, 2004.

3)‘Lineages, Peasants and the Revolution in Jinggangshan: 1927-1929’, Monthly Journal of Chinese Affairs, Vol.62 No. 3, 2008.

4)‘The Community in Chinese Rural Society Before 1949’, Modern China Studies, Vol. 22, 2008.

5)‘The Infiltration of State Power and Local Community in the 1940s’,  Modern China, Vol. 82, 2008.

6)'Child Care in China during the Second Sino-Japanese War', Asian Studies, Vol.61,2015.

Conference Presentations(2013〜)
1) “Children, State and the Second Sino-Japanese War: The National Policy on Child Care in China” [in Japanese], East Japan Conference of the Japan Association for Asian Studies, Tokyo, Japan, 12th October 2013.

2) “Child Care in the GMD-controlled region:1937-1945”, [in Chinese], the international symposium held by South-West Jiaotong University and Keio University, Chengdu, China, 28th March 2015.

3) “Infant Abandonment and Protection in Modern China: An Analysis of the Foundling Hospitals in Shanghai”, [in Japanese], the 2016 Congress of the Japan Association for Modern China Studies, Fujizawa, Japan, 30th October 2016.

4) “What Is a‘Good Child’? Changes in Family education in Republican China”, [in English], the 2017 International Conference of ISA (International Studies Association), Hongkong, 15th-17th June 2017.

5) “Children and Everyday Politics in China: 1949-1953”, [in English], the 2018 International Political Science Association, Brisbane (Australia), 24th July 2018.

6) "Chinese Youth in the 1950s: Daily Life on the Road to Socialism", American Political Science Association (APSA), Washington, D.C., 29th August- 1st September 2019.

Contact Information5322 Endo Fujisawa, Kanagawa 252-0882 Japan
Keio University Shonan Fujisawa Campus
zheng [ at ] sfc.keio.ac.jp
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NoteOn sabbatical leave during the spring semester 2020 academic year