Dr. Zhaojin Zeng is currently an Assistant Professor of History at Duke Kunshan University. He specializes in the economic, business, and industrial history of modern China and holds a secondary research interest in digital humanities and computational data analytics. His academic output includes a contracted book manuscript, numerous peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters, and a grant-winning digital history project. He received his Ph.D. in History from the University of Texas at Austin in 2018 and was Visiting Assistant Professor of East Asian History at the University of Pittsburgh in 2018-2020.
Email: zhaojin.zeng [at] duke.edu
Xiaomin Liu, Doctoral Candidate in Economics, School of Economics, Fudan University, China.
Qingyi Yin, MA in East Asian Studies, University of Washington.
Shuhuai Zhang, MA in East Asian Studies, Harvard University.
Qingyi Yin (Global China Studies, Class of 2022)
Xueyi Liu (Global China Studies, Class of 2022)
Peici Zhang (Math, Class of 2022)
Zhiduo Xie (Political Economy, Class of 2023)
Yu Cheng (Data Science, Class of 2023)
Rongfan Liu (Data Science, Class of 2023)
Yuhe Jin (Political Economy, Class of 2023)