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Curriculum Vitae of Ms. Huaqiong PAN 

First Name: Huaqiong
Last Name: Pan
Date of Birth: October 1, 1965
Position:  Associate professor
Institution: Department of History, Peking University
Address: Yi He Yuan Lu, 5
              Hiadian District
              Beijing 100871
              China
Tel. +86-10-62751650
Fax: +86-10-62751650
Research field: African history, Development studies, International relationship
Academic Background

 

Time
Place
Position
Feb.2002- Jan.2006
Département des sciences de la Population et du Développement, Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium 
Doctor of Social Sciences (Development- Population-
Environment)
Jan.1998-Jun.2000
Département des sciences de la Population et du Développement, Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium 
Maitrise du Développement-
Population-Environnement
Sep.1993-Jul.1996
Department of History, Peking University, China
Master Degree of History
Sep.1984-Jul.1988
Department of History, Peking University, China
Bachelor Degree of History

 

 Professional Career

 

Time
Place
Occupation
May 2011-July 2011
Universite de Bamako
Visiting scholar
Mar 2011-May 2011
Institut des etudes africaines, Universite Mohammed V-SOuissi, Maroc
Visiting scholar
Apr.2006-Jul.2008
Department of History, Peking University
Post doctor research fellow
Mar.2003-Apr.2003
Université Catholique de Louvain, Brussels and al.
Interpreter French-Chinese for training course <Gender and Development
May 2002- Oct. 2002
Institute of Social Sciences Studies, Tokyo University
Inviting research fellow
Jul.1996-Jul.2001
Institute of West Asian and African Studies (IWAAS), CASS
Assistant research fellow
Jul.1988-Sep.1993
Department of Social Sciences, Yantai University
Assistant professor

 

Publication (mainly since 2000)
Works
Zheng Jiaxin ed., Zhiminzhuyishi-Feizhoujuan (History of Colonialism, Africa), Beijing: Peking University Publisher, 2000, Chapter 9 (348-382p.) on Berlin Conference (1884-1885) & Chapter 14 (531-559p.) on Decolonization of Belgian Colonies.
Rapports État-paysannerie en Chine: Les problèmes du San Nong et les pratiques des acteurs dans les campagnes après 1978 à partir d’étude de cas du Nord—Shandong et Henan Louvain-La-Neuve: Presses universitaires de Louvain, 2006, 350p.
Rapports État-paysannerie en ChineMüller,VDMVDM Verlag DR. 2010.
Principal Papers since 2000
 
Feizhou de Renleixue Yanjiu, Xiwang he Tiaozhan (Study on African Anthropology-Hope and Challenge), Xiya Feizhou (West Asia and Africa), No.3, 2000, 47-51(+77).
 
Lun Kamailong de Tudi gaige dui Guojia yu Nongmin Guanxi de Yingxiang (Impact of Land reform on State-Peasant relation in Cameroon),Xiya Feizhou 46-51;
Faguo Jinqi de Feizhou Yanjiu DOngtai (Current African Studies in France), Xiya Feizhou
 
Zhongfei Guanxi Fazhan de Bianxi (Analyse on Discriminative Development of Sino-African Relation), Xiya Feizhou (West Asia and Africa), No.7, 200817-22;
 
 
Gangguo(Jin) Shangjiadanjia Lianhekuangye Gongsi Bianqian de Lishi Qishi (A Lesson of History from the Mutation of a company of Belgian Congo-UMHK), Beida Shixue (Beida Clio), No.13, 2008, 416-442;
 
 
Shixi Riben dui Fei zhengce jiqi Tedian (Analysis on Japanese African policy and characteristics), Ya Fei Yanjiu (Asia-African studies), No.3, Jan. 2010, 149-164;
 
Ting Ba Ke Tu yu Hei Feizhou Wnehua Fuxing: gongshi haishi huanxiang? (Timbuktu and Black African Renaissance: Consensus or Fantasy?), Ya Fei Yanjiu (Asia-African studies), No.4, 2010, 385-397;
 
Feizhou Yingxiang—Feizhou Renwen Yanjiu de Yige Xinshijiao (African Images—a new Perspective of African Human Studies), Feizhou Yanjiu (African Studies), Vol.1, No.1,2010, 223-234;
 
 La « Redécouverte » de l’Afrique à Travers l’Enseignement de l’Histoire du Continent,in Contient Premier Magazine,Feb.20, 2011. http://www.continentpremier.com/article=1686&magazine=1
 
Cong Fazhanxue he Nongmin Yanjiu Shijiao Fenxi Sannong Wenti he Zhongguo Guojia yu Nongmin de Guanxi (Analysis of China State-peasantry relations from the viewpoint of the Development and Peasant Studies), Zhongguo Xueshu (China Academy), Volume 29, 2011.
285-350.
 
China’s Soft Power in Africa, The African Executive, November 2-9, 2011,Posted on the website http://www.africanexecutive.com/modules/magazine/articles.php?article=6184
 
Translated Works
 
Mammo Muchie: Time is Coming: Reconstruction of African Identity, Xiya Feizhou (+80)R.R. Palmer, Joel Colton, Lloyd Kramer, History of Modern World, Beijing: Shijie tushu Chuban Gongsi, Chapter 24.