张根福

作者:来源:发布时间:2017-04-14

个人简介

张根福,男,1964年11月出生,浙江省浦江县人,现为浙江师范大学副校长、党委委员,法政学院教授。


学习经历

1982.09-1986.07 浙江师范大学政教系获哲学学士,思想政治教育专业;

1992.09-1995.07复旦大学历史系获历史学硕士学位,中国近现代史专业;

1995.09-1999.01复旦大学中国历史地理研究所获历史学博士学位,历史地理专业。

工作简历

1986.8-至今 浙江师范大学法政学院任教;

助教(1987.12)/讲师(1992.9)/副教授(1998.11)教授(2003.11)


学术兼职

浙江省科学社会主义学会副会长;

浙江省高校马克思主义理论教育研究会副理事长;

浙江省马克思主义学会中国近现代史分会副会长

浙江省马克思主义学会常务理事 

人才梯队、荣誉

浙江省"151人才工程"第二层次入选者(2008年)

浙江省高校中青年学科带头人(2003年)

浙江省第四届高等学校教学名师(2008年)

浙江省第二届师德标兵(2011年)


研究领域及成果

主要从事马克思主义中国化、中国近现代史研究,出版专著、合著4部,在《历史研究》等刊物发表学术论文50余篇,主持10多项重要科研项目,包括国家社科基金项目2项,获教育部高等学校科学研究优秀成果奖(人文社会科学)三等奖2项、浙江省哲学社会科学优秀成果奖二等奖、三等奖各1项、省级教学成果二等奖1项。

代表性论文、论著

1.专著《抗战时期浙江省人口迁移与社会影响》,上海三联书店,2001年12月出版。 

2.专著《抗战时期的人口迁移——兼论对西部开发的影响》,光明日报出版社2006年版。

3.专著《抗战时期浙江省社会变迁研究》,上海人民出版社2009年版。

4.论文《抗战时期浙江省人口迁移与地域分布》,《历史研究》,2000年第4期; 

5.《抗战时期银行界的迁移与影响》,《抗日战争研究》,2001年第3期; 

6.《抗战时期迁移人口的结构分析》,《史学月刊》,2003年第2期; 

7.《抗战时期浙江省人口迁移的特征与影响》,《中国历史地理论丛》, 2003年第3期; 

8.《试论近代移民对巩固中国边疆的作用》,《史学月刊》,1997年第5期; 

9.抗战时期人口流迁状况研究》,《中国人口科学》,2006年第6期;

10.圩区建设与生态社会效应---20世纪50-70年代联圩并圩的考察》,《中央民族大学学报》,2012年第10期(《中国社会科学文摘》,2012年第11期全文转载,题为《20世纪中期江南水域环境改造与社会生态效应》);

代表性科研项目

1.2001-2006, 主持国家社会科学基金项目—《抗战时期的人口迁移与西部开发》;

2. 2008-2013, 主持国家社会科学基金项目—《太湖流域人口与生态环境的变迁及社会影响研究(1851—2005)》;

3. 2005-2006, 主持浙江省哲学社会科学规划重点项目—《抗战时期浙江省人口迁移与社会影响》(修订);

4. 2006-2008, 主持浙江省哲学社会科学规划重点项目—《抗战时期浙江省社会变迁研究》;

5.2005-2009, 主持浙江省精品课程建设项目—《邓小平理论和三个代表重要思想概论》;

6. 2007-2009, 主持浙江省新世纪教改项目—《基于高校教学评价改革的教师教学能力发展研究与实践》。 

成果获奖

1.专著《抗战时期的人口迁移——兼论对西部开发的影响》,获教育部第五届高等学校科学研究优秀成果奖(人文社会科学)三等奖,2009年,独立;获浙江省第十四届哲学社会科学优秀成果奖二等奖,2008年。

2.专著《抗战时期浙江省社会变迁研究》,获教育部第六届高等学校科学研究优秀成果奖(人文社会科学)三等奖,2013年;获浙江省第十六届哲学社会科学优秀成果奖三等奖,2012年;获浙江省高校科研成果奖一等奖,2010年。

3. 专著《抗战时期浙江省人口迁移与社会影响》,获浙江省社联第三届青年社会科学研究优秀成果奖著作类一等奖,独立。

4.《社团学分制:大学生综合素质与能力培养体系的创新与实践》,获2009年省级教学成果二等奖。


近三年教学情况

为本科生主讲课程有《毛泽东思想与中国特色社会主义理论》、指导本科生论文12篇;为研究生开设《马克思主义与中国社会变迁研究》等课程,指导培养硕士研究生15名。


Profile

Prof. ZHANG Genfu, born in Pujiang County of Zhejiang Province in November 1964, is now Vice-President of Zhejiang Normal University and a member of the school’s CPC Committee. He is also a professor of the College of Law and Political Science.


Education Background

September 1995 – January 1999: Institute of Chinese History and Geography, Fudan University (PhD in historical geography).

September 1992 – July 1995: Department of History, Fudan University (MA in historical studies).

September 1982 – July 1986: Department of Political Education, Zhejiang Normal University (BA in moral education).


Work Experiences

August 1986 – the present: College of Law and Political Science.

Academic titles and credentials: Assistant (December 1987), Lecturer (September 1992), Associate Professor (November 1998), and Professor (November 2003).


Other Academic Positions/Memberships

Vice-Chair of the Scientific Socialism Academy of Zhejiang;
Deputy Director-General of the Society of College Marxism Education in Zhejiang Province;

Deputy Director of the Modern Chinese History Branch of Zhejiang Marxism Academy;

Standing Director of Zhejiang Marxism Academy


Honorable Titles and Awards:

The New Century “151” Talent Project of Zhejiang Province (2nd level) (2008)

Academic Pacesetter in Colleges and Universities of Zhejiang Province (2003)

Star College Teacher of Zhejiang Province (2008)

Teacher of Best Professional Ethics in Zhejiang (2011)


Research Field and Achievements

His research interests include Marxism in China and modern Chinese history. He has published 4 (co-authored) books and over 50 papers on Historical Research and other academic journals, and completed a dozen of important research projects, including 2 NSSFC-funded ones. He has also won a number of academic prizes and awards, including 2 third prizes by the State Ministry of Education for best research (in humanities and social sciences) of higher-learning institutions, a second and a third prize by Zhejiang Province for best research in philosophy and social sciences, and a second prize by Zhejiang Province for best teaching achievements.

Representative Works

1. Population Migration of Zhejiang and Its Social Impact during China’s Anti-Japanese War 1937-1945. Shanghai: SDX Joint Publishing Company, 2001.

2. Population Migration during China’s Anti-Japanese War 1937-1945: Its Impact to the Development of West China. Beijing: Guangming Daily Press, 2006.

3. Social Change in Zhejiang Province during China’s Anti-Japanese War 1937-1945. Shanghai: Shanghai People’s Press, 2009.\

4. “Population Migration of Zhejiang and Its Geographical Distribution during China’s Anti-Japanese War 1937-1945.” Historical Research 4 (2009).

5. “Migration of Banks and Its Impact during China’s Anti-Japanese War 1937-1945.” The Journal of Studies of China’s Resistance War against Japan 3 (2001).

6. “A Structural Analysis of the Migrated Population during China’s Anti-Japanese War 1937-1945.” Journal of Historical Science 2 (2003).

7. “Population Migration of Zhejiang Province during China’s Anti-Japanese War 1937-1945: Features and Impact.” Journal of Chinese Historical Geography 3 (2003).

8. “On Roles of Migrants in Consolidating the Border Regions in Modern China.” Journal of Historical Science 5 (1997).

9. “Migration of Population during China’s Anti-Japanese War 1937-1945: A Status.” Chinese Journal of Population Science 6 (2006).

10. “Construction of Dyked Areas and Its Ecological and Social Effects: An Investigation of the Joining of Dykes during 1950s-1970s.”  Journal of the Central University for Nationalities 10 (2012). Quoted as “Transformation of Southeast Chinese Aqueous Environment and Its Social and Ecological Effects in 20th Century” in Chinese Social Sciences Digest 11 (2012).

Research Projects

1. “Population Migration and Development of West China during China’s Anti-Japanese War 1937-1945”, an NSSFC-funded project, 2001-2006.

2. “Population and Ecological Changes around the Taihu Lake and Their Social Effects 1851-2005,” an NSSFC-funded project, 2008-2013.

3. “Population Migration of Zhejiang and Its Social Impact during China’s Anti-Japanese War 1937-1945” (revised), a key project funded by Zhejiang Provincial Foundation of Philosophy and Social Sciences, 2005-2006.

4. “Social Change in Zhejiang Province during China’s Anti-Japanese War 1937-1945”, a key project funded by Zhejiang Provincial Foundation of Philosophy and Social Sciences, 2006-2008.

5. “Deng Xiaoping Theory and the Three-Represents Thought”, a top-courses project funded by Zhejiang Province, 2005-2009.

6. “Teaching Ability of the Staff: Research and Practice based on College Reform in Teaching Evaluation”, a New-Century Project of Educational Reform in Zhejiang, 2007-2009.

Awards

1. Third Prize in the 5th Awards of State Ministry of Education for best research (in humanities and social sciences) of higher-learning institutions with Population Migration during China’s Anti-Japanese War 1937-1945: Its Impact to the Development of West China, 2009; Second Prize in the 14th Awards of Zhejiang Province for best research in philosophy and social sciences, 2008.

2. Third Prize in the 6th Awards of State Ministry of Education for best research (in humanities and social sciences) of higher-learning institutions with Social Change in Zhejiang Province during China’s Anti-Japanese War 1937-1945, 2013; Third Prize in the 16th Awards of Zhejiang Province for best research in philosophy and social sciences, 2012; First Prize in the Awards for best research in higher-learning institutions of Zhejiang, 2010.

3. First Prize in the 3rd Awards of Zhejiang Provincial Federation of Social Sciences for best research by young scholars, with Population Migration of Zhejiang and Its Social Impact during China’s Anti-Japanese War 1937-1945.

4. Second Prize in Zhejiang Provincial Awards for best teaching achievements with “Credit System for Student Groups: Innovations and Practice in the System for Improving College Students’ Comprehensive Qualities and Capacities”, 2009.


Teaching and Supervision during Last 3 Years

He has taught an undergraduate course “Mao Zedong Thought and the Theories of Socialism with Chinese Characteristics” and a postgraduate one “Studies of Marxism and the Social Changes in China”; he has also worked as supervisor of 12 undergraduate and 15 postgraduate students.