Staff

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Qiao Yu(乔瑜)

 

Room 412, Wenke Building, Capital Normal University

Beijing 100087

P.R.China

Telephone:+86 18510870525

E-mail:qiaoyu@cnu.edu.cn

 

Current position:

Senior Lecturer, History School, Capital Normal University

 

Qualifications 

2013   Ph.D. (Peking University)

2007   B.A. (Capital Normal University)

 

Current Project

‘Empire Networks and irrigation of colonial Australia’ to be completed June 2018

Irrigation Works in Nantong County 1950s-1970s: An Oral History.

 

Journal Article

1‘Individualism in USA Society and their Sense of Conservation ’, Journal of Capital Normal University (Social Sciences Edition), January 2008

2‘Cultural Perspective: Exploration and Protection of Solomon IS’ Forests’,  Journal of Nantong University(Social Sciences Edition), May 2010

3‘Images of Chinese Men in the Eyes of Australian Women from the latter half of the 19th Century to the Early 20th Century’, History Teaching, No.2, January,2012, Full text reprinted by K3,  April 2012

4‘Rise and Fall of Sand Dredging and the Economic Planning of Brisbane’,  World History,No.1, February 2013

5. ‘The Formation of drought discourse in Colonial Australia’, Academic ResearchNo.6, June,  2014

6. ‘Evolution of Irrigation Narratives in Australia’ , World History, forthcoming.

 

Presentations

1. ‘Transoceanic exchange and irrigational farming in colonial Australia (1830-1910)’, The Sea as a whole - Ideological reservoir and environmental concerns 5th Summer School in Environmental History Porto, Portugal, July 2014‘

2.‘The Formation of Arid Narrative in Colonial Australia’, Environmental History and Human Civilization National PhD  SymposiumNankai University, 2013, won Prize of Excellent  Paper

3‘Why irrigation was promoted in colonial Australia’, The 6th Australian Environmental History International PhD Workshop, Australia National University, 2012

4‘Sand Dredging and ecological change in Brisbane’, The 7th National Seminar in World History, Beijing Normal University,2011