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Cheng Chongde

Cheng Chongde, male, born in 1949 in Qi County of Shanxi Province, Han nationality, professor of the Institute of Qing History of Renmin University of China, Ph.D in history.
Experience:
1978, graduated from the Department of Mongolian Studies in Inner Mongolia University
1978, teacher at the Institute of Qing History of Renmin University of China
1986, director of the section of History in Early Qing Dynasty at the Institute of Qing History
1989, deputy director of the Institute of Qing History
1998, obtained Ph.D degree in history granted by Renmin University of China
1993 till now, director of the Institute of Qing History
2002 - 2005, head of the Department of History and vice dean of the College of Humanities
Other Academic Posts:
Deputy Director ofThe National Committee for the Compilation of Qing History
Member of council and chairman of China Society of Mongolian History Studies
Director of Academic Committee at the Institute of Qing History
Research Projects:
1. 1996 till today, he is the person-in-charge of the sub-project of History of Qing Dynasty, a Project 211 of the State Ministry of Education.
2. 2001 till today, he undertakes the national key research base project of Formation of National Territory in Qing Dynasty.
3. 2002 till today, he undertakes the sub-project of Mongolia in the project of the History of Chinese National Legal System sponsored by State Social Sciences Fund.
4. In 2003, undertakes the project of editing the History of Qing Dynasty.
Teaching Courses:
1. Compulsory Course for Undergraduate Students: the history of Qing Dynasty
2. Selective Course for Undergraduate Students: the history of ancient China
3. Compulsory Course for Graduates Students: the general history of Qing Dynasty
4. Compulsory Course for Graduates Students: the history of Chinese nationalities
5. Major Course for Graduate Students: the history of nationalities in border area of Qing Dynasty
6. Selective Course for Graduates Students: the history of relations among Chinese nationalities
Academic Publications:
Books:
1. Translation Collection of Famous Mongolian Monks in Qing Dynasty, co-author, Beijing: National Library Literature Copy Center Press, 1990
2. General History of Mongolia Nationality (Volume 4), co-author, Hohehot: Inner Mongolia University Press, 1993
3. A Brief History of Oirat Mongolia (Volume 1), co-author, Urumqi: Xinjiang People’s Publishing House, 1993
4. A Brief History of Oirat Mongolia (Volume 2), co-author, Urumqi: Xinjiang People’s Publishing House, 1996
5. Complete Biography of Emperor Qianlong, co-author, Beijing: Xueyuan Publishing House, 1995
6. Mysteries inside Imperial Palace in Qing Dynasty: On the Heart of Buddha, Beijing: Renmin University Press, 1995
7. Studies of Tibetan Development in Qing Dynasty, co-author, Beijing Yanshan Publishing House, 1996
8. Nationalities in Border Area, China and World in the 18th Century, Shenyang: Liaohai Publishing House, 1998
9. Development of Border Area in Qing Dynasty, collective cooperation, Shanxi People’s Publishing House, December 1998
10. Development of Western Border in Qing Dynasty, collective cooperation, Shanxi People’s Publishing House, December 2001
11. Yuan, Ming and Qing Dynasties, History of China, collective cooperation, High Education Publishing House, July 2001
12. Outlined History of Chinese Border Area, collective cooperation, Zhongzhou Ancient Books Publishing House, October 2000
13. General History of Mongolian Nationalities (Volume 4), co-author, revised edition, Inner Mongolia Publishing House, 2003
Awards:
1. Encyclopedia of Qing Dynasty, 2001 National Book Award
2. Nationalities in Border Area, China and World in the 18th Century, 2002 Wu Yuzhang Award
3. Complete Biography of Emperor Qianlong, 2nd prize of 1998 Beijing Excellent Research
Achievements Award
4. Outlined History of Chinese Border Area, 2001 National Five Projects Award
5. A Brief History of Oirat Mongolia, 1995 Excellent Research Achievements Award in Xinjiang Autonomous Region
Theses:
1. Last Khan of Mongolia: Lindan Khan, Biography of Famous National Figures in North China, December 2002, Liaohai Publishing House
2. Territory Map of China and Foreign Countries in the 18th Century and the Territory of Qing Dynasty, Theses Collection of Seminar on Relations between Mongolia and Surrounding Nations, May 1999, Taiwan Mongolia and Tibet Committee
3. Studies of Qing History and Research Bases for the Study of Qing History, Journal of Renmin University of China, 2000
4. The Relationship of Qing Government and Fanbu in Middle Asia, Studies of National History, National Publishing House, March 2002
5. Multiple Patterns of Border Areas in Qing Dynasty, Outlined History of Chinese Border Area, Zhongzhou Ancient Books Publishing House, October 2000
6. Four Patterns of Unifying Border Areas in Qing Dynasty, Outlined History of Chinese Border Area, Zhongzhou Ancient Books Publishing House, October 2000
7. Security Policies in Border Areas in Qing Dynasty, Outlined History of Chinese Border Area, Zhongzhou Ancient Books Publishing House, October 2000
8. National Policies in Border Areas in Qing Dynasty, Outlined History of Chinese Border Area, Zhongzhou Ancient Books Publishing House, October 2000
9. Development Policies in Border Areas in Qing Dynasty, Outlined History of Chinese Border Area, Zhongzhou Ancient Books Publishing House, October 2000
10. On Several Issues of Border Area Development in Qing Dynasty, Studies in Qing History
11. Territory and Nationalities in Border Area under the Reign of Kangxi and Qianlong, Historical Reports on Prosperous Times under the Reign of Emperor Kangxi and Qianlong, China Yanshi Publishing House, July 2002
12. Territory Structure under the Reign of Emperor Qianlong and the Imperial Territory Map, cooperates with Sun Zhe, Theses Collection on History of Qing Dynasty, Forbidden City Publishing House, May 2003
13. On Administrating by Separating and Administrating according to Local Conditions in Qing Dynasty, thesis presented on Seminar on the 300th Anniversary of Summer Resort, 2003
Contact Information:
Phone: +86-010-62511297(O); +86-010-62511454(O); +86-010-62510709(O)
Fax: +86-010-62510709
E-mail: pchengchongde@yahoo.com.cn
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