政治学系

Department of Political Science

Introduction:

Dr. Qiang Wu

Lecturer of Department of Political Science 

School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Tsinghua University

Born in Fuzhou, PR China, 1970


Education background:

2001-2008 University of Duisburg-Essen (Germany), Dr.sc.pol. from Department of Political Science

1999-2000 University of Hamburg (Germany), European Master in Law and Economics

1988-1992 Renmin University, Bachelor in Economics from Department of Business Economics


Experience:

2009-            Lecturer of Department of Political Science, Tsinghua University

2008-2009  Chief Correspondent, Time-Weekly (Guangzhou)

2003-2007  Journalist, Deutsche Welle (Bonn)

1997-2000  Assistant Researcher, Institute of Modern Taiwan Studies, Fujian Academy of Social Sciences


Concurrent Academic:

2010—2012, The Political Process of European Climate Politics and Spill-over, sponsored by National Social Science Foundation (Gerenal Project, Beijing);

2009—2010, Contesting Democracy in South-Eastern Asia, sponsored by Boyuan Foundation (Hong Kong).

 


Areas of Research Interests/ Research Projects:

Social Movements, Comparative Politics (Social Movements in Europe, South-Eastern Asia, China)


Academic Achievement:

Books and Papers:Contentions and Authoritarianism: Contesting Democracy in South-Eastern Asia, 1898-2010 (in Chinese, forthcoming), Beijing: Social Science Academic Press, 2010.

 

Whither New Social Organizations in Urban China: The structural politics of social organization in urban China, post 1989. Doctoral Dissertation, 2008, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany.

How Social Movements Change Society: An analysis in Law and Politics of European Court of Justice (in Chinese), Political and Law Review of Peking University, No.1, 2010.

The Environmental Politics of Europe: Environmental movements and deliberative democracy (in Chinese), National Interest (Beijing), No.2, 2010;

The Cyberactivism of Contentious Politics in China: A morphogenetic approach, in Electronic Journal of Communication (Special Issue: The Internet in China) forthcoming, 2010

From Inter-cultural to Cross-cultural Television Communication: A comparative perspective (in Chinese),International Communication (Beijing), No.10, 2009;

Climate Politics: The new cosmopolitanism of „Old Europe“(in Chinese), Beijing Cultural Review, No.11, 2009;

The Social Origin of NGOs in Urban China: A structuration perspective”, Presentation paper at the 4th ISTR Asia and Pacific Regional Conference, 15-18, Nov.,2005, Bangalore, India.

From virtual community to real society: An online interrogation of eforum-based civic associations in China”, Working Paper, Institute of East Asia Studies, University of Duisburg-Essen. 2004

Social Crisis and Social Control in China (in Chinese), Modern China Studies, No.2, 2002;

The Rule of Law and Tale of Rule of law: On the developmental democracy, responding with Panwei (in Chinese), Frontiers(Haikou), No.2, 2001.