University of Northern Iowa

Zhang Xu

Shanghai Dianji University, China
University of Northern Iowa

Name: ZHANG XU 张旭

Gender: Female  

Date of Birth:10 May, 1981 

Place of Birth: Xi'an, China

Home Address: Room 101, Building 142, 366 Zhubai Road, Yinhaojiayuan, Lingang New City,  Pudong New District, Shanghai, China, 201306


Business Address: School of Marxism, Shanghai Dianji University, 1350 Ganlan Road,               

Lingang New City,  Pudong New District, Shanghai, China, 201306

Home Phone: 021-34537059

Work Phone: 021-38223294

Mobile Phone: 13764962096



September 2006 - June 2009   Nanjing University, PhD World History, concentration in British Modern History and European studies, thesis British Popular Abolition,1787-1807

September 2003 - June 2006   Nanjing University, M.A. World History, concentration in British Modern History

September 1999 -June 2003    Nanjing University, B.A. History

September 1996 -June 1999    Xi'an Yuandong yizhong(high school)

Work Experience  

July 2009 – Present Shanghai Dianji University, School of Marxism, Lecturer, teaching and researching; Ancient Civilization (Course of Cooperative Degree Program between University of Northern Iowa & Shanghai Dianji University, Major in Economics), World History (Ditto); Outline of Chinese Modern and Contemporary History.


·Listening the Past: Audio History and its Realistic Consideration, Writer Magazine, Changchun, 2011, Vol. 12

·Western ODA under Double Crises:Where does it go next?, Economic Herald, Beijing, 2011, Vol. 12

·Queen of England Who Changed the History, World of Literature and History, Guiyang, October 2010

 ·An Analysis of First Stage of British Abolition as a Typical Social Movement, Academia Bimestris, Nanjing, 2009, Vol. 3

·From De Gaulle to Sarkozy: France's Returning to NATO, Journal of Nanjing University, Nanjing, 2009, Vol. 4

·From Clapham to Bloomsbury: Cultural Aristocracy in the Late Modern Britain, Journal of Shaanxi Normal University, Xi’an, 2009, Vol. 5

·Origin of French Nation in the Late Medieval Ages, Historical Monthly, Taiwan, January 2009

·The First Boycott Movement of Consumables in the World Modern History----Sugar Boycott in the British Anti-slavery, Historical Monthly, Taiwan, October 2006

·Interpretation of female status in Christian Doxy and the Reason, Historical Monthly, Taiwan, December 2004

·Origin and outcome of Ethical Problem of Sri Lanka, Historical Monthly, Taiwan, September 2004