Dr. Zheng Wang （汪铮）is the Director of Center for Peace and Conflict Studies (CPCS)
and an Associate Professor in the School of Diplomacy and International Relations at
Seton Hall University in New Jersey. He is also a Global Fellow at the Kissinger
Institute on China and the United States of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for
Scholars and a member of the National Committee on United States-China Relations
(NCUSCR). He has been Jennings Randolph Senior Fellow at United States Institute of Peace
(USIP), Senior Visiting Research Fellow at the National University of Singapore, and Dr.
Seaker Chan Endowed Visiting Professor at the School of International Relations and
Public Affairs (SIRPA) of Fudan University in Shanghai, China. In the 1990s, Zheng Wang
served eight years as a research fellow and then as the Deputy Director of Research at
one of China’s think tanks on international peace and security issues.
Dr. Wang’s research interests lie in two closely connected areas: (1) peace and conflict
management in East Asia, with special focus on U.S.-China relations and China’s external
conflicts; (2) nationalism and identity politics in China and East Asia. His recent
projects investigate China’s disputes with its neighboring countries, such as the islands
dispute with Japan and the South China Sea disputes.
Dr. Wang is the author of the Columbia University Press new book Never Forget National
Humiliation: Historic Memory in Chinese Politics and Foreign Relations. This book won the
International Studies Association’s Yale H. Ferguson Award for the best book of the year.
The Japanese version of the book中国の歴史認識はどう作られたのか was published by Toyo Keizai Inc. in May
2014. His articles and book chapters have appeared in various peer-reviewed publications,
including: International Studies Quarterly; International Negotiation; History and
Memory; and Journal of Contemporary China.
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