Prof. Xiurong Zhao
Associate researcher, Professor at Renmin University
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RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS
Social History of Early Modern England
A Study of Social History of Early Modern England, China Social Sciences Press, 2017.
(Compiling) Selected Readings of Historical Documents in the West'(Early Modern Times), Social Science Academic Press, 2016.
The Studies of the Relationship between the Individual and the State in Western Political ideas, China Social Sciences Press, 2012.
A Study of Business and Merchants of England, 1500-1700, Social Science and Documentation Publishing House, 2004.
The Study of Economic Development in Transformation Period of England － 16-18Century，Capital Normal University Press, 2002 (co-author).
'The Punishment of Suicide in Early Modern England', Journal of Historical Science, No.4, 2018.
'Understand Disease and Health in Early Modern England', China Reading Weekly, January17th, 2018.
'Women Hold up Half the Sky? An opinion on Women Status in Early Modern England', China Reading Weekly, December 20th, 2017.
'Politics of Survival: A Study of Tudor Rebellions', China Reading Weekly, August 30th, 2017
'A Study into the Perceptions of Suicide in England', Economic & Social History Review, No.3, 2017.
'Appearance of “Suicide” in English and its Social Meaning', China Reading Weekly, March 15th ,2017.
'Review, Transformations of the Earth: How Nature Matters in the Making & Unmaking of the Modern World', in Ecological History Studies, Commercial Press, 2016.
'An Investigation of Moral Treatment in York Retreat in England', Historiography Quarterly, No.2, 2015.
'Affecting Medical Ethics in Western Europe', Economic & Social History Review, No.3, 2015.
'A Review of the Parliament Acts relating to Asylums in 17th-19th Century England', in World History, No. 4, 2013.
'The Reason of the Development of Private asylum in 19 century England', in Journal of Capital Normal University, No.4, 2012.
'Henry Hunter and his contribution to the development of surgery in England', Chinese Journal of Medical History, No.5, 2011.
'A Study of the Social Changes with the Rising of the Voluntary Hospitals in Modern England', Journal of Capital Normal University, No.3, 2010.
'On the Reasons of the Rise of the Voluntary Hospitals in Modern England', Collected Papers of History Studies, No.4, 2009.
'The co-existence of commercialization and philanthropy in the medical history of early modern England', Academia Bimestris, No.4,2009.
'The Government’s Medical Legislations and effects in Early Modern Britain', World History, No. 6, November, 2008.
'An Introduction of the Study of Medicine History in the UK and the USA', Journal of Historical Science, No.6, 2007.
'The Conflicts between Commercialization and Philanthropy in the Medical History of Early Modern England', Chinese Academy of Social Sciences Review, Nov.7, 2006.
'Development of English Overseas Trade and the Transformation of English Commerce in the 17th Century', Journal of Historical Science, No.2, 2004
'Social Life of English Merchants in 16-17th Century', Ji’nan Historical Science, 2004.
'The Coercive Measures with which Thomas Cromwell Pushed the Reformation', Journal of Capital Normal University, No.2, 2004.
'The Distribution of Commercial Investment in England during the 16-17th Century', World History, No.1, February, 2003.
'Micro-Observation of British Rural Industrial Development in the 16-17th Century', Journal of Capital Normal University, No.2, 2003.
'English Merchants and Political Power in the 16th and 17th Centuries', World History,No. 2, April 2001.
'Comments on the Early Activities of Thomas Cromwell', Journal of Inner Mongolia Normal University, No.1, 2000.
Jason W. Moore, 'The Crisis of Feudalism, An Environmental History', in Ecological History Studies, Commercial Press, 2016.
Jason W. Moore, Transformations of the Earth: How Nature Matters in the Making & Unmaking of the Modern World, Commercial Press, 2015.
Jason W. Moore, "The Modern World-System" as Environmental History, Ecology and the Rise of Capitalism. in New History, 2011.