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Overview

    The Department of Politics at East China Normal University accepts applications to its 2-year research-oriented Master of Law in Politics and its 4-year Ph.D. in Politics programs, as offered through the International Graduate Program in Politics. Students who want to study above the undergraduate level in China but are not looking to acquire a graduate degree may apply for a short-term course of study, one or two semesters in all, leading to a graduate certificate. Students actively enrolled at another university are also welcome to apply, as Research Fellows, to complement their studies with the resources which the International Graduate Program in Politics at ECNU has to offer.

    The International Graduate Program in Politics has its office on ECNU's main campus in Shanghai. The program focus is Chinese politics. The program's scope is either wide or narrow depending on the interests of the student. As an arm of the Department of Politics, the International Graduate Program in Politics gives its students direct reach of access to all these experts, both as professors teaching courses and also as research and thesis advisors.

    Classes offered by other departments cross-listed to be taught in English may be taken each semester. If you have enough Chinese to participate in classes not taught in English you will be encouraged to do so. Mandarin language classes are taught each semester free of charge. These classes are not mandatory but degree-seekers will be required to pass the HSK Level 4 Examination in order to graduate.

Scholarships Available

    Qualified degree-seekers can expect generous scholarship support: free tuition, housing, health insurance and a monthly stipend. On-campus, part-time employment is also possible.

Universal Design for Learning 

    Classes offered through the International Graduate Program in Politics are taught according to the principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL). The purpose is both to accommodate and also to integrate into a single whole students from different cultures, of diverse backgrounds and unlike capacities: teaching environments for better instructional presentation and student engagement, in-service teacher training to have them learn to teach using multiple methods, engaging, assessing and modifying as needed the latest technological innovations available. 

A Digital Library and Electronic Courseware

The program keeps a digital library for student use with electronic versions of every text required for every course taught in the program. This library is kept in addition to the digital resources of the University library: access to all the major academic databases, subscription to electronic journals, and so forth. We also use online courseware in keeping with UDL practices. The University provides all students and faculty with free access to this special courseware.

Courses

Topic and Credits Required

Courses

Semester

Credits Offered

Research Methods

9 credits required

Research Methods I (required)

Fall

3

Research Methods II (required)

Fall

3

Research Methods III (required)

Spring

3

History

6 credits required

History of Western Political Philosophy

Fall

3

Introduction to Chinese Civilization offered by university (required)

Fall

3

The Study of China in the West

TBD

3

The Western Impact on Chinese Political and Intellectual Transformation

TBD

3

Philosophy

6 credits required

Marxism (required)

Spring

3

Chinese Political Philosophy (required)

Fall

3

Policy/Politics

At least 12 credits

Chinese Political and Governmental Systems

Fall

3

International Relations Theory

Fall

3

Chinese International Relations

Fall

3

Citizenship and Political Education

Spring

3

Comparative Political Communication

Spring

3

International Relations by Atena

Spring

3

China and Global Governance

Spring

3

China and South Asia

Fall

3

Party and Governmental Public Relations in China

TBD

3

Political Participation in China

TBD

3

China’s Legal System

TBD

3

Women and Gender in Chinese Politics

TBD

3

Chinese and Southeast Asian Relations

TBD

3

Environmental Governance in China

TBD

3

Praxes 1-research seminar

Spring

1-3

Praxes 2-internship

All

1-3

Praxes 3-field work

All

1-3

Electives*

Directed Research/ Praxes II

Both

3

Approved Cross-listed Courses

All

3

 

Total Required for Graduation

 

36

mandarin

Two courses at ECNU

 

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*All the above courses are open to doctoral students as well, with different credit requirements.

Faculty

Faculty

Rank

Specialties

Liu Qing, Ph.D.*

Professor & Department Chair

Comparative Intellectual History, Liberalism

Wu Guanjun, Ph.D.

Professor & Vice President, Academic Council*

Chinese & Western Political Philosophy, Critical Theory

Josef Gregory Mahoney, Ph.D.

Professor & Program Director*

Comparative Epistemology, Marxism, Critical Methods

Xu Ruifang, Ph.D. 

Associate Professor

Political Participation in China, Citizenship & Ideological Education in China

Ye Shulan, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Chinese International Relations, Qualitative Research Methods

Yu Jing, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Party & Governmental Public Relations in China

Wang Yishuai, Ph.D.

Associate Professor & Program PhD Head

Chinese Political & Governmental Systems, Budgeting & Appropriations

Yi Yan, Ph.D.

Associate Professor & Program MA Head

Comparative Political Communication

Liu Xiaoyan, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Family Policy, Feminist Theory, Women & Gender Issues

Zhang Zhenhua, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Comparative Political Economy, Political Sociology

Yu Xiao, Ph.D.

Post-doctoral Research Fellow & Research Methods Coordinator

Qualitative Research Methods, Environmental Studies

Atena Feraru

Post-doctoral Research Fellow

IR Theory

Yao Yuanmei, Ph.D.

Research Fellow in Cold War Center

China and South Asia

Dai Yuchen, Ph.D.

Associate Research Fellow

Media Theory, Cultural Studies

Liu Yajuan, Ph.D.

Associate Research Fellow

PRC History (1949-1965);CCP History and CCP

Tai Yuri, Ph.D.

Associate Research Fellow

Hungarian Roundtable Negotiations, Political Transition of Eastern European Countries

Yang Yifan, Ph.D.

Associate Research Fellow

Public Diplomacy; EU-China Relations, Chinese Foreign Policy

Quan Hong, ABD

Program Manager & Teacher

Women and Gender in China, Feminist Theory

Recruitment Analysis

 

 

2015

2016

2017

2018

Total number

 

22

31

27

19

Program category

Master

16

21

19

15

PhD

6

8

5

4

Visiting students

1

2

3

0

Fund

CSC scholarship

21

29

27

18

MOC scholarship

2(Master)

2(PhD)

0

0

Self-supporting

1

2

0

1

nationality

USA

11

14

10

5

 

Ethiopia

1

1

 

 

 

Kazakhstan

1

2

1

1

 

Slovakia

1

1

 

 

 

Sudan

2

1

 

1

 

Hungry

1

1

 

 

 

India

2

4

 

 

 

Pakistan

2

 

2

 

 

Brazil

1

 

 

 

 

Italy

1

 

1

 

 

Egypt

 

1

 

 

 

Australia

 

1

 

 

 

Germany

 

1

1

 

 

Russia

 

2

 

3

 

Mali

 

1

 

 

 

Mongolia

 

1

1

1

 

Bangladesh

 

1

 

 

 

Norway

 

1

1

 

 

Poland

 

 

1

 

 

Vietnam

 

 

2

 

 

Colombia

 

 

1

1

 

Czech

 

 

1

 

 

Costa Rica

 

 

1

 

 

Tanzania

 

 

2

 

 

France

 

 

1

 

 

Belgium

 

 

1

 

 

Ghana

 

 

 

1

 

Eritrea

 

 

 

1

 

Turkey

 

 

 

2

 

Kyrghyzstan

 

 

 

1

 

Romania

 

 

 

1

 

Holland

 

 

 

1

Students’ Publications:

MAHA:published articles in online magazines such as Swarajya, Society for Policy Studies and in think-tanks like Observer Research Foundation (ORF) on topics such as Confucianism in Contemporary China (2016), Chinese Culture as the new Soft Power Currency (2016), Paving the path for Rule of law in China (2015) and Will the Chinese anti-corruption campaign succeed (2015).

AZIZA: LXXI international correspondence scientific-practical conference "Topical issues of social Sciences: sociology, political science, philosophy, history" October 1, 2016 Russia, Novosibirsk Topic: «Chinese Dream»

Soós, K. (2015). Social Slices – Moral Crumbs (Ethics, Identities, Perspectives). Létünk, Society- Science- Culture, XLIV. 1. Forum Publishing Company, Novi Sad. 164-186.

Soós, K. (2015). The impartial spectator and the intersubjectivity. Fragments of the Moral philosophy of Adam Smith. In: Annona Nova VI. Alamanac of Károly Kerényi Special College for Advanced Studies, University of Pécs, 11-21.

Mavraj, A. (2016). "The LGBT Movement in China: Public Perception, Stigma, and the Human Rights Debate." Inquiries Journal, 8(12).

Gebru: The State of Human Right and Human Security. Journal of Developing Societies, 33, 3 (2017): 376–400

Assefa Leake Gebru: Ethiopia’s growth and transformation plan and its implications for synergic sum effect contextualized into regional cooperation in the horn of Africa. African Journal of Political Science and International Relations. Vol. 11(6), pp. 162-171, June 2017

Krapels, N. J. Rev. of Chinese Economic Statecraft: Commercial Actors, Grand Strategy, and State Control by W. J. Norris. Pacific Affairs 90.3 (Sept 2017): 553-555.

Wiebrecht, F., (2017). Chinese Migration and Economic Relations with Europe, Marco Sanfilippo; Agnieszka Weinar (eds.), Oxford: Routledge, 2016, pp. 202. Review. East Asian Integration Studies.

Wiebrecht, F., (2017). Stein Ringen, The Perfect Dictatorship – China in the 21st Century. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, 2016; xiii + 192 pp. with postscript, bibliography, index: 9789888208937, US$70 (hbk). Review. China Information, Vol. 31(2), pp. 262-263. 

Wiebrecht, F., (2017). Die Volksrepublik China auf dem Weg in eine ‘neue Ära’. Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung..

Syed Arslan Abbas. Ready to Step out of Shadows.South Asia Journal – Covering Policy Issues from South Asia. 2016, issue16.

Syed Arslan Abbas. Ready to Step out of Shadows. South Asia Journal – Covering Policy Issues from South Asia. 2016,issue16:http://southasiajournal.net/ready-to-step-out-of-shadows/  accessed on 13 November 2017.

 Bayarsaikhan, Oyunchimeg. “Blood is not Pure: Ethnic Root and Identification in Mongol”. Paper published in the “Compilation of Academic Papers” (学术论文汇编) presented on The Fifth National High Education Summit for Nationalities (第五届全国民族高等教育高峰论坛). Tongliao: Inner Mongolian University for Nationalities (内蒙古民族大学), 2017.

 Bayarsaikhan, Oyunchimeg. "New Digs: Can Mongolia be a New Paradise for Crypto Miners." China Economic Review. March 2018. Vol. 29. No.1. pg.29-30. SSCI, 1.366

Minacapilli, G. (2016). China Online: Locating Society in Online Space, edited by P. Marolt & D. K. Herold. Asiascape: Digital Asia, 3(3), 199-200.

Minacapilli, G. (2018). Reading Gramsci, by Francisco Fernandez Buey. Science & Society, 82(1), 151-154 SSCI, 0.867

Minacapilli G. (2018). Internet Literature in China, by M. Hockx. Global Media and China, Vol.3(1):67-72.  

Rachel Rapaport (2017), Sarah Biddulph, The Stability Imperative: Human Rights and Law in China, China Journal of International Law, Volume 16 Issue 1, pp. 132-134.

Rachel Rapaport (2018), Patrick Barr-Melej, Psychedelic Chile: Youth, Counterculture, and Politics on the Road to Socialism and Dictatorship, Latin American Politics and Society, Volume 60 Issue 2, pp. TBD (forthcoming publication) SSCI, 1.046

Kiser, Jefferson (2015) Viewpoint: U.S. Market Access in China, The American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai, 1-19. 

Emanuel Rubero (2017), Cruising Utopia, RFD Magazine, 2 pages. 

Brett Payton (2018), Book review: Taru Salmenkari, Civil Society in China and Taiwan: Agency, class, and boundaries, Journal of Chinese Political Science, Springer (due out in June 2018)

Wiebrecht, F., (2018). Cultural co-orientation revisited: The case of the South China Morning Post. Global Media and China (forthcoming).

Moawia Ali Musa Ali, China and The Conflict in South Sudan: Security and Engagement published in the Arab Journal of Sciences and Research Publishing with impact factor 6.245, ISSN: 2518-5780

Moawia Ali Musa Ali, China’s Evolving Foreign Policy between Economic Interest, Western Pressure, and African Pressure - Sudan and South Sudan

Sudeep Kumar (2018). Theorising Chinese International Relations

and the Rise of China: A Preliminary Investigation. Relaciones Internacionalesnº  54/2018. Vol.27. pp:23- 32.ISSN 1515-3371

Contact Information

Prof. Josef Mahoney, Program Director, politics@dlps.ecnu.edu.cn

Ms. Quan Hong, Program Manager, ECNU2015IGPP@yahoo.com

Program Website: www.dp.ecnu.edu.cn/gjjy/list.htm

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