Publications

Books

Zhang, L. (Under review) COVID-19: China and Global Capitalism.

 

Ye, J.Z. (2019) Report on China’s Rural Revitalization, 2018 – 2019. Beijing: Social Science Academic Press. Assistant Editor.

 

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles and Book Chapters

Zhang, L. (Forthcoming) “From Left Behind to Leader: Gender, Agency, and Food Sovereignty in China.” Agriculture and Human Values.  DOI: 10.1007/s10460-020-10114-9    (Publication / Author’s Original Manuscript)

 

Zhang, L. and Qi, G.B. (2019). “Bottom-up self-protection responses to China’s food safety crisis”. Canadian Journal of Development Studies 40(1): 113 – 130.      (Publication)

 

Zhang, L., Wang, Z.H., and Qi, G.B. (2017). “Bottom-up food self-protection arising from China’s food safety crisis”. Comparative Economic & Social Systems (02): 114-123. [In Chinese]

 

Qi, G.B., Cook, S., and Zhang, L. (2016). “Ecological agriculture in Henan province: A portrait of Nanmazhuang village.” In Multiple Pathways: Cases studies of sustainable agriculture in China. Y.H. Qiao, G.B. Qi, S. Cook and L. Buckley (eds). Beijing: China Agriculture Scientech Press.

 

Qi, G.B., Cook, S., and Zhang, L. (2015). “Ecological agriculture in Henan province: A portrait of Nanmazhuang village.” In Multiple Pathways: Cases studies of sustainable agriculture in China. S. Cook and L. Buckley (eds). London: IIED      (Publication)

 

Zhang, L. and Sun, J. 2. (2014). “Innovative paths and models for the development of Beijing’s modern urban agriculture by the Agricultural Science City”. Social Sciences of Beijing (07): 91-95.

 

Sun, J. and Zhang, L. (2013). “Growing Common: Fact and future of socialism with Chinese characteristics”. Journal of China Executive Leadership Academy Yan’An, 6(02): 42-47.

 

Zhang, L. (2012). “The New Democracy theory and socialist thought of the Communist Party of China.” In History of China’s Modern Political Thoughts. Sun, J. (ed.) Beijing: Higher Education Press.

 

Sun, J. and Zhang, L. (2012). “Theoretical basis for the initiation of China’s political party system”. Journal of China Executive Leadership Academy Yan’An, 5(06): 5-13.

 

Zhang, L. (2008). “Study on the construction of public crisis management of Chinese governments during the transitional period: A perspective from the ‘5.12’ Wenchuan earthquake”. Legal System and Society (28): 272.

 

Zhang, L. (2008). “Analysis on values and social identity of university-graduate village officials”. Legal System and Society (26): 309.

 

Book reviews

Zhang, L. (2019) “Review of Joshua Eisenman’s Red China’s Green Revolution: Technological Innovation, Institutional Change, and Economic Development under the Commune.” Journal of Asian Studies 78(3): 646-649.      (Publication)

 

Working Papers

Zhang, L. (2018). “From ‘Left Behind’ to Leader: Female leaders in food sovereignty and local governance in China.” BICAS Working Paper no. 50, BRICS Initiative for Critical Agrarian Studies.      (Publication)

 

Zhang, L. (2017). “Superficial development or food sovereignty: Ethnic minorities, rural development, and nationalism in Guangxi Autonomous Region of China.” BICAS Conference Paper no. 64, BRICS Initiative for Critical Agrarian Studies.

 

Zhang, L., Qi, G.B. (2016). “‘Abundance’ Illusion: Food politics in a southwest village in China in the agrarian extractivism era.” BICAS Working Paper no. 13, BRICS Initiative for Critical Agrarian Studies.

 

News Articles and Other Publications

Zhang, L. (2020) “COVID-19 leaked from a lab? Blame capitalism, not China.” in Al Jazeera, May 20. https://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/opinion/coronavirus-leaked-lab-blame-capitalism-china-200519133348487.html [In English]

 

Zhang, L., A. Friedman, O. Sokoh, R. Hader, and E. Jochum.  (2019) “‘Food Fusion’, Exchange or Appropriation?Latitude: Rethinking Power Relations for a Decolonized and Non-Racial World, Goethe Institute. October, 29. https://www.goethe.de/prj/lat/en/dis/21693647.html [In English and German]

 

Zhang, L. (2019) “A feminist critique of the term ‘left behind’ women.” China Dialogue, August 7. https://chinadialogue.net/en/cities/11414-a-feminist-critique-of-the-term-left-behind-women-2/ [In English and Chinese]