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Christian HENRIOT 安克強

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Profile: Christian Henriot (安克強) is Professor of Chinese history at University of Lyon and a Senior Research Fellow at the Institut Universitaire de France. He is the author and editor of several books, including Prostitution and Sexuality in Shanghai, 1849-1949 (Cambridge UP, 2001),  In the Shadow of the Rising Sun (Cambridge UP, 2004), Images in History. Pictures and Public Space in Modern China (Berkeley, 2012), Visualising China. Moving and Still Images in Historical Narratives (Brill, 2013). His current project is Virtual Shanghai, an online research and resource platform on Shanghai history.

Contact: christian.r.henriot@gmail.com

MA Jun 马军

Profile: Ma Jun is  a senior research fellow at the Institute of History, Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences. Ma Jun has been in charge of the Contemporary Chinese History Studies Section of the institute since 2001. He served as editor of Shilin 史林 (History Review) for many years. His research interests include a diverse range of topics : Christianity and Confucianism, foreigners in China, biographical works, Shanghai social and economic history, etc.. Ma Jun’s most recent publications are 1948:The Shanghai Taxi Dancers’ Riot – A study of a case of women’s collective resistance in Republic of China (2005), The Policies of Food in Shanghai pursued by National Regime and Its Consequence, from Aug., 1945 to May, 1949(2006).

      马军,196911月生,上海社会科学院历史研究所研究员、博士。研究方向为上海史、中华民国史、中外近现代军事史、中西文化交流史、上海社科院历史所所史。主要成果有:《上海通史·当代文化》(合著,1999年)、《从上海市长到“台湾省主席”——吴国桢口述回忆(19461953年)》(合译,1999年)、《泰西新史揽要》(点校,2002年)、1948年:上海舞潮案》(著作,2005年)、《中国近代科学家徐建寅传略》(编著,2005年)、《近代中国高校校歌选》(编纂,2006年)、《国民党政权在沪粮政的演变及后果(19458月至19495月)》(著作,2006年)、《夜来临——吴国桢见证的国共争斗》(合译,2009年)、《舞厅·市政——上海百年娱乐生活的一页》(著作,2010年)。

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Contact: majun@sass.org.cn

Project members

Charlotte AUBRUN

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Contact: charlotte.aubrun@ens-lyon.fr

Christine CORNET

Christine Cornet is professor of contemporary history at the Université Lumière Lyon 2.
She graduated from Sciences-Po Aix-En-Provence (International Relations), INALCO) and received her Ph.D. from EHESS. She is the author of several books (in French): The state and modernization in China: the Jiangnan Shipyard, 1865-1937, Arguments Editions, 1996; Photographic chronicle of the French Concession of Shanghai, 1840-1937,  Scheibli, 2003; China 1932: the unbelievable trip of Father Jo,  Editions Bleu de Chine-Actes Sud; Peasants and rivers, Bleu de Chine-Actes Sud, 2005. From 2006 to 2010, she was seconded to the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs as cultural attaché in charge of publishing and the humanities and social sciences (French Embassy  in Beijing).
Since 2011, she is the deputy director of the Lyons Institute of East Asian Studies.

Contact: kerong.cornet@gmail.com

 

Gérald Foliot

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JIANG Jie 蒋杰

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Jiang Jie est doctorant en cotutelle de l’ENS de Lyon (France) et de l’East China Normal University (Chine). Il est diplômé de Lanzhou University où il a obtenu le diplôme de licence (Histoire) en 2006, puis celui de master (Sociologie historique) à l’ECNU en 2006-2008. En 2008, il a été accepté comme doctorant (Sociologie historique) dans le même établissement. En 2009, grâce au programme de coopération entre l’ENS et l’ECNU, il poursuit ses études doctorales à l’Institut d’Asie Orientale à Lyon.

Se consacrant à la transformation de l’histoire moderne de Chine (1840-1949), il travaille principalement sur l’histoire sociale et l’histoire urbaine. Actuellement, avec un sujet sur la criminalité et l’ordre public à Shanghai au cours de la période de la guerre Sino-japonaise, à l’aide d’un nouvel horizon, il tente de découvrir une nouvelle dimension de l’histoire de cette ville.

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Contact: jiangj06@163.com

JIANG Wenjun 江文君

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Contact:  jwj@sass.org.cn

MOU Zhenyu 牟振宇

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Contact: mouzhenyu@sass.org.cn

LU Ye 陆烨

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Contact: luye@sass.org.cn

Estelle SENNA

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Contact: estelle.senna@ens-lyon.fr

SHI LU 石路

Profile: Shi Lu is lecturer in the  Department of Chinese Studies at  Université Jean Moulin Lyon 3 and a research fellow at the Lyons Institute of East Asian Studies. She received her Ph.D. (Marriage and Fertility in Shanghai) in December 1991 at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales in Paris. Her pedagogical activities in education are mainly devoted to the teaching of the Chinese language. In research, she studies contemporary Chinese society, especially  demographic aspects and issues of migration.

Contact: lu.shi@ens-lyon.fr

XU Chong 徐翀

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Xu Chong (徐翀) is PhD. candidate at History Center of l’Institut d’Études Politiques de Paris, specialized in Contemporary History. His research interests include History of the State, History of Empire, Urban History, Transnational History and Comparative History, the main research theme is the order and the disorder in the urban society of Shanghai and the French Empire in the 19th and the 20th century. After obtained the Bachelor and the Master degrees of History in Capital Normal University (2007) and Peking University (2010), he prepares the PhD. Dissertation about the defense and the public order in the French Concession of Shanghai from 1849 to 1919, in the pattern of co-direction between l’IEP de Paris and l’IAO de Lyon, under the supervisor both of Jean-François Chanet (l’IEP de Paris) and Christian Henriot (l’IAO de Lyon). He has translated the following books: Ernst Breisach, Historiography : ancient, medieval, and modern, University of Chicago Press, 2007, the Chinese version will be published by Peking University Press, Peking, 2014; Marie-Sybille de Vienne, La Chine au Déclin des Lumières: l’expérience de Charles de Constant, négociant des loges de Canton, Honoré Champion Éditeur, 2004, the Chinese version will be published by Guangxi Normal University Press, Guilin, 2015.

Contact: chongxupku@gmail.com

YUE Qintao 岳钦韬

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 ZHANG Xiaochuan 张笑川

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Contact: zhangxchuan1970@yahoo.com.cn

 

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