Faculty

ZHU Mingzhe

2018-09-01    

 

 

ZHU Mingzhe

Tel: +86 134 6658 2173

Email: mingzhe.zhu@cupl.edu.cn


Current Employment

• Associate Professor, China University of Political Science and Law


Dissertation

• Dissertation: Natural Law Theories in the Third French Republic: a contextualist study

• Supervisors: Professor Christophe Jamin and Professor Frédéric Audren


Education

• 2015, Ph.D in Law, Sciences Po, Paris.

• Aug. 2013-Aug. 2014, Visiting Scholar, University of California, Berkeley

• 2012, M.A. of Jurisprudence, Law School, China University of Political Science and Law (CUPL)

• Dissertation: Natural Law Theories in the Context of Laicisation, Distinction, Supervisors: Professor Shu Guoying

• 2009, B.A. of Public Administration, CUPL

• 2007: Invited and sponsored student, “Oxford-CUPL” Summer School, in Oriel College, University of Oxford


Research Interests

• History of Legal Thought, Political and Legal Philosophy, Global History of International Law


Teaching Appointments

• 2017, Lecturer, “Global History of Legal Theories”, Faculty of Law of Zagreb (in English);

• Since 2017, Lecturer, “Advanced Studies of Comparative Law”, CUPL (in English);

• Since 2017, Lecturer, “Seminar of Legal Philosophy”, CUPL;

• Since 2016, Lecturer, “General Introduction to Comparative Law”, CUPL;

• Since 2015, Lecturer, “Sociology of Law”, CUPL;

• Since 2015, Lecturer, “Philosophy of Law”, CUPL;

• 2012, Lecturer, “Legal Analysis of Major International Crises”, Sciences Po. (in English);


Articles

1. Nov 2018: Structure of Champs juridique at the China’s Republican Moment, Political Science and Law;

2. Mar 2018: Political Theories in Justice: French Republican Laicity and Equality in Jurisprudence Concerning Religious Symbols, Jurist;

3. Jan 2018: “Eurocentrism in The Modernisation of Chinese Law”, Journal of Comparative Law;

4. Dec 2017: Natural Law in Front of Social Questions, Tsinghua Law Review;

5. Dec 2017: ‘In the Name of the Republic: Family Reforms in the “Republican Moments”’, China Law Review;

6. Dec 2017: “French Legal Education in Globalisation”, China Review of Legal Education;

7. Mar 2017: “Natural Law at Service of Legal History”, Journal of East China University of Political Science and Law;

8. 2016: « L’Histoire du droit au service du droit naturel : entre l’éternité et la mutualité », dans Nader Hakim (dir.), L’Histoire du droit entre la science et la politique, Bordeaux, PUB, 2016 ;

9. Dec 2016: “On the Combative Notion of French Laicity”, European Studies;

10. Nov 2016: “Legal Universalism in Front of Nationalism, or the Defeat of French Natural Law Between Wars”, Pekin Law Journal;

11. Jan 2016: “French Legal Philosophy after World War II”, Graduate Law Review;

12. Mar 2015: “Legal Transplant, Transplant of Doctrines and Tradition”, Tsinghua Law Journal;

13. 2015: “On Contextualism in Historiography of Legal Theories’, Collection of World Congress of Chinese Legal Philosophers;

14. Dec 2014: “Developments of Natural Law Theories since John Finnis’ Natural Law and Natural Rights”, Tsinghua Journal of Rule of Law;

15. Nov 2014: “The Travels of French Legal Doctrines in China”, Peking University Law Review;

16. Jul 2014: “The Images of ‘Legislators’ in the Renovation of French Civil Law Doctrines (1880s-1930s)”, Soochow Law Journal;

17. Nov 2013: “The Laicisation of Natural Law Theories: a political history in Belle Époque”, Tsinghua Review of Historical Law School;

18. Jun 2011: “On the Theory of Social Imagination of Claude Lefort and its Application in Legal Theory”, Beijing Institute of Technology Law Review;

19. Jun 2010: “Tension between Freedom and Rationality in Weberian Theory of Bureaucracy”, CUPL Graduate Law Review;

20. Jun 2010: “On J. G. A. Pocock’s Contextualist Method of Historiography”, Chao-yang Law Review (Remin University of China) Dec 2009: “Constitutional Problem in Who We Are”, World Affair;

21. December 2009Jun 2009: “Study of the Psychological Assistance in the Post-disaster Recovery of 2005 London Bombing”, in Ma & Li ed. Local Crisis Management: Legal Regulations, (China Society Press, 2009)

22. Jun 2008: “Religions, Patriotism and Constitution”, CUPL Graduate Law Review.


Reviews

1. Dec 2018: Jurisprudence étrangère intéressant le droit international public (Chine), sous la direction de Raphaële Rivier, in Revue générale de droit international public, no4, 2018 ;

2. Dec 2017: Jurisprudence étrangère intéressant le droit international public (Chine), sous la direction de Raphaële Rivier, in Revue générale de droit international public, no4, 2017 ;

3. Jun 2016: Book Review “International Law and Imperial China”, Journal of the History of International Law;

4. Dec 2015: Book Review “Sources and Methods of Law in Imperial China”, Revue d'histoire des facultés de droit et de la science juridique;

5. Dec 2015: Jurisprudence étrangère intéressant le droit international public (Chine), sous la direction de Raphaële Rivier, in Revue générale de droit international public, no4, 2015 ;

6. Dec 2014: Jurisprudence étrangère intéressant le droit international public (Chine), sous la direction de Raphaële Rivier, in Revue générale de droit international public, no4, 2014 ;

7. Apr 2011: Book review, reviewed work Meditation of Legal Philosophy, Review of Comparative Law;


Work Experience & Internships

• Sep 2009—Sep 2011: Office of Foreign Affairs, Law School, CUPL

• Organised the academic activities of foreign students and professors in CUPL

• Oct 2008—Sep 2009: Academic Panel, 24th IVR Congress

• Promoted the event and contacted with participants

• Translated plenary session speeches, edited the proceeding and brochure

• Feb 2007—Mar 2008: Legal Department of China National Offshore Oil Corporation


Social Services & Volunteer Experience

• Dec 2006—Sep 2008: Beijing Organizing Committee for the Games of the XXIX Olympiad

Professional Volunteer, Language Service

• Oct 2005—Mar 2008: School for the Children of Migrant Workers, Changping, Beijing

Voluntary English teacher, taught 5th grade weekly


Academic Honors & Awards

• Sep 2017: First Prize for Comparative Law, China Law Society


Non-Academic Appointment

• 2012: Festival “Lector in fabula, parole in festival”, invited correspondent

• Completed six reports on China’s politics, particularly on the Eighteenth National Congress of the Communist Party


Language Skills

• Chinese Mandarin & Cantonese (Native Speaker)

• English (C2, Proficient)

• French (C2, Proficient, l’Alliance française)

• German (B2, Beginner)