Ms. Xiaohong XU is a Fellow at gLAWcal – Global Law Initiatives for Sustainable Development and was a EU Commission Marie Curie Fellow and Visiting Scholar (2015 - 2017) at gLAWcal – Global Law Initiatives for Sustainable Development in the framework of the People Programme (Marie Curie Actions) of the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme FP7-PEOPLE-2012-IRSES under REA grant agreement n°317767, Acronym of the Project: LIBEAC (2011-2016) “Liberalism In Between Europe And China - Assessing the Socio-Cultural and Politico-Legal Dimensions of the Differences in Terms of Interpretation and Enforcement of Economic, Social and Environmental Rights in Europe and China”.
Xiaohong has been a recognised student in the University of Oxford, co-invited by the European Studies Center, the University of Oxford and the University of Oxford China Center.
She is working on a topic on Multiculturalism in the UK. Her advisors are Prof. Timothy Garton Ash, the director of the European Studies Center, and Prof. Michael Freeden, the Emeritus Professor of Politics. At gLAWcal, her advisor is Prof. Paolo Davide Farah.
During August, 2012 to December, 2014, Xiaohong was offered a part time job as both the research assistant in European Studies Center in Peking University and the coordinator in European University Center in Peking University. She organized a popular graduate course European Studies Course in Peking University, most of lecturers of which were from European universities, and she acted as the teaching assistant at the same time. In September, 2013, Xiaohong started her Ph.D. in School of Government, Peking University, under supervision of Prof. Li Qiang. From then on, she has been focusing on her research on Multiculturalism in Europe.
From September, 2009 to July, 2011, Xiaohong studied Political Philosophy in Peking University and got her Master’s Degree in Law. Her thesis was on Thomas
Carlyle’s Theory on Hero Warship. During this period, she was assigned a teaching assistants of several courses, including Political Philosophy, On Western Political Thoughts, Introduction of Politics, etc. In November, 2009, Xiaohong was invited as an academic visitor in Department of Political Science, National Taiwan University.
In July, 2009, Xiaohong got her Bachelor’s Degree of Law in Peking University. Her thesis topic was on the Governance of Chinese Communist Party.
Her main research areas of interests are Western Political Thoughts, Chinese Political Thoughts, Multiculturalism, History in UK, EU governance, etc.
She is a native speaker in Mandarin, and fluent in English as well.
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