FACULTY


Fu Chengshuang

Professor, History College, Nankai University

Tel: 8622-2350-4870(h), 8622-2350-1133(o), 13102230817(cell)

Email: fush@nankai.edu.cn


EDUCATION    

  7/2000 Ph. D. in Asia-Pacific History Studies, PekingUniversity. Dissertation: A Study of the Regionalism of Western Canada

  7/1997 M. A. in North American History, PekingUniversity. Thesis: CPR and the Development of Western  Canada 1870-1914

  7/1993 B. A. in World History, QufuNormalUniversity. Thesis: The Evolution of Monroe Doctrine


WORKING AND RESEARCHING EXPERIENCES

4/2015 Deputy Dean, History College, Nankai University

12/2011 Professor of History, History College, Nankai University

2/2006-6/2006 Research Fellow of the Institute for International Research at the Hopkins-Nanjing Center for Chinese and American Studies at Nanjing, China

10/2003- present  Associate Professor, History College, Nankai University

10/2001-10/2003  Post Doctor, World History Department, NankaiUniversity

 7/2000-10/2003  Lecturer, World History Department, NankaiUniversity


SERVICE

2018  General Secretary, Special Committee of Environmental History

2016  Standing Director, American History Research Association of China

2014  Vice President of ACSC ( Association for Canadian Studies in China)

2006- Present Director in charge of the designing and operation of the ACSC website: www.Canadastudies.com.cn

2004- Present Deputy Secretary, Association for Canadian Studies in China

2000  Member of American History Research Association of China

1999  Member of Editing Board of Sino-Canadian Relations Series

1999  Member of the Editing Committee of Canadian Studies, CSCS, PekingUniversity

1998  Member of China Council for Modern World History Studies

1996  Editor of Glimpses of Canada, CSCS, PekingUniversity

 1994  Member of The Association for Canadian Studies in China


PREVIOUS EXPERENCE ABROAD             

2019. 11-2020. 3 Visiting Scholar, Salford University, Sponsored by the China Scholarship Council

2007. 9- 2008. 9  Under the Sponsorship of the Young Teachers Studies Abroad Program, visiting study at Wastson Institute, BrownUniversity, Providence, RI.   

2004  Under the sponsorship of Special Award for Canadian Studies”, visited UQAM, University of Regina etc. in Canada

2002  Participated in the “International Summer Seminar in Canadian Studies” of ICCS at University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY

BOOKS

 

1.              Fu Chengshuang, An Environmental History of American Modernization, Higher Education Press, 2018.

2.              Fu Chengshuang, Animal Changes the World: Beaver, Fur Trade and the Exploitation of the West of North America, Peking University Press, 2016.

3.              Fu Chengshuang, Nature’s Frontier: The Relations between the Environment and Human Being in the Process of Modernization of the West of North America, Social Sciences Academic Press, 2012.

4.              Fu Chengshuang and et. Al., North American Modernization, Jiangsu People’s Press, 2010.

5.              Fu Chengshuang, ed., Focusing on the Maple-leaf Country: A Selection of the Excellent Thesis of Canadian Studies in China, Tianjin Old Books Publisher, 2006.

6.              Fu Chengshuang, A Study of the Regionalism of Western Canada (National Key Subject Program), Ethnic Press of China, 2001.

7.              Member writer of Xi Laiwang ed., The Pacific Monsoon: The Game Theory in Sino – American Relations, Social Press of China, 1996.

8.              Fu chengshuang, ed., A Handbook of Canadian Studies in China, ACSC, 2006

 

ARTICLES

 

1.      “White Racism and the Country Marriage in the Fur Trade Frontier of North America,” History Study, No. 6, 2019;

2.      “A Symbol of the Civilization: The Evolution of American’s Attitudes to the Forest and their Impact,” World History, No. 6, 2017;

3.      “Origen Question and the Declination of the Fur Trade in the West of the Rockies,” History Study, No. 3, 2015;

4.      “ American Modernization in the Perspective of Ecological History,” History Study, No. 3, 2013;

5.      “The Making and Impact of Ecological Centrism in America,” World History, No. 1, 2013;

6.      “Ecological Indians under the Perspectives of Modern Environmentalism” History Study, No. 4, 2011;

7.      “On the Origin of America’s Industrialization,” World History, No. 1, 2011; Economical History, No. 5, 2011, Renda Information Center;

8.      “On the Role of the Government in the Economic Modernization of Canada”, Studies of Modern World History, Nankai University, 2009.

9.      “A Study of the Canadian Industrialization”, History Teaching, No. 10, 2009.

10.    “Re-evaluating American’s Western Exploitation from the point of Environmental History”, Journal of History Science, No. 2, 2009.

11.    “The Environmental Problems in American’s Modernization”, Modernization Studies, vol. 4, 2009.

12.    “The Significance of Fur Trade in North America”, Studies of Modern World History, NankaiUniversity, 2007.

13.    “Western Environmental History: A New Field for Western History”, History Teaching, No. 6, 2007.

14.    “The Ecological Impact of the Fur Trade on the Indians of North America”, World History, No. 3, 2006.

15.     “The Threat of American Annexation and Its Impact on the Exploitation of Western  Canada”, Canadian Studies, No 1, 2004.

16.     “On the Regionalism of Western Canada”, World History, No. 4, 2004.

17.     “Review of Yang Shengmao et al. ed., A Encyclopedia of American History”, world History, No. 3, 2004.

18.     “The Evolution of the Relations between Man and Nature in American’s Western Exploitation”, Studies of Modern World History, NankaiUniversity, 2004.

19.    “The Province-building and Diversification Movement in Western Canada”, Journal of Nankai, No. 3, 2003.

20.    “Western Alienation: Past, Present and Future”, Journal of NankaiSpecial Issue2002.

21.    “Initial Analysis of the Systematic Causes of the Existence of Canadian Regionalism”, International Forum, Vol. 19, No. 1, 2002.

22.    Canada’s Evolution from a Centralized Federation to a Regionalized Country”, Canadian Studies, CanadianStudyCenter, PekingUniversity, No. 4, 2002.

23.     “On the Separatist Movement of Western Canada 1980-1982”, International Forum, Vol. 15, No. 3, 2001.

24.     “CPR and the Urbanization of Western Canada”, World History, RENDASocialScienceCenter, No. 1, 2000; Also in Journal of History Theory Study, No. 4, 1999.

25.     “Canadian Armed Forces: Past and Present”, Canadian Studies, No. 2, 1999.

26.     “CPR and the Canadianization of Western Canada”, Glimpses of Canada, No. 1, 1998.

27.     “The Formation and Evolution of Canada – U. S. Special Relations”, in Jiang Peng ed., Canada: Society and Progress, Social Science Press of China, 1996.

28.     “On the Relationship between the Central and the Local Government in the Dominion Period of Canada”, Glimpses of Canada, 1994.

 

TRANSLATIONS

 

1.     Theodore Binnema, Common and Contested Ground: A Human and Environmental History of the Northwestern Plains, University of Oklahoma, 2001; Translated by Fu Chengshuang, Tianjin Education Press, 2006.

2.     John Eagle, The Canadian Pacific Railway and the Development of Western Canada 1896-1914, McGill – Queen’s University Press of Canada, 1989; Translated by Fu Chengshuang, Jilin People's Press of China, 2003.

3.     Ban Seng Hoe, “From Internal Colonization to Ethnic Pluralism – An Overview of the Changing Asian Population in Canada”, Translated by Fu Chengshuang, Glimpses of Canada, No. 1, 1998.

4.     Ambassador of Canada to the PRC Howard Balloch, “Canada and China at the Dawn of the APEC Century”, Translated by Fu Chengshuang, Canadian Studies, No. 2, 1999.

 

UNPUBLISHED MANUSCRIPTS

 

1.     “Environmental Destruction and the Origin of North America’s environmental Protection”, Post Doctor Report, 2003.

 

PREVIOUS FELLOWSHIPS, SCHOLARSHIPS AND GRANTS

1.     2020 Winner of the Hundred-Thousand-Ten Thousand Project, National Department of Human Resources and Social Security,;

2.     2020 Tianjin Social Science Key Funding Program: The Fur Trade and the Nation Building in the History of Early North America,;

3.     2014  Winner of Tianjin’s 131 Excellent Talents Supporting Plan;

4.     2013  Winner of The One Hundred Young Excellent Academic Pacemaker, Nankai University;

5.     2013  Winner of Education Ministry's New Century Excellent Talents Supporting Plan;

6.     2010  Nation Sponsored Social Sciences Funding program: A Study of the Environmental Problems in America’s Modernization;   

7.     2009  Tianjin Social Science Grant of Later Stage Subsidy for the publication of the manuscript: From Conquering the Nature to be in Harmony with the Nature;

8.     2008  Third Prize in the “2nd Canadian Studies Award for Excellent Works in China”, for the Translation of Common and Contested Ground: A Human and Environmental History of the Northwestern Plains;

9.     2007  Award of Excellent papers by the 5th Forum for China’s Modernization; Title of the paper: “Western Exploitation and the Environmental Destruction in North America”;

10.   2006  Research grant from the National Educational Department of China, topic of the program: Nature’s Frontier: Western Exploitation and the Evolution of Relations between Man and the Environment in North America;

11.   2006  Canadian Studies Grant, DFAIT, for the translation of Common and Contested Ground: A Human and Environmental History of the Northwestern Plains;

12.   2006  Canadian Studies Grant, DFAIT, for the publication of Focusing on the Maple-leaf Country: A Selection of the Excellent Thesis of Canadian Studies in China;

13.   2004  Second Prize, “First Canadian Studies Award for Excellent Works in China”;

14.   2003  Special Award for Canadian Studies (SACS), Department of Foreign affairs and International Trade of Canada, Which has been postponed to the spring of 2004 because of the SARS of this spring;

15.   2002  Canadian Studies Grant, Department of Foreign affairs and International Trade of Canada, for the participation of the “International Summer Seminar in Canadian Studies” held in Edmonton, Canada;



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