John Marshall Visiting Research Fellows
Visiting post-doctoral fellows are a vital part of the center's work. Fellows pursue research within the context of the history of political, legal, economic and constitutional ideas. Fellows present their work, conduct faculty seminars, take part in conferences and teach upper-level courses for the Jepson School. The John Marshall Visiting Research Fellows are in residence to pursue their own advanced research on the theory and practice of statesmanship from the perspective of the history of political, legal or economic ideas.
Visiting Research Fellow for 2014-15: Hui Zhao
Hui Zhao studies and teaches East Asian history, comparative politics and political philosophy. She received her doctorate from Harvard University in 2012 and was awarded Harvard's Certificate of Distinction in Teaching in 2008 and 2009. At the University of Richmond, she is working on a book on comparative constitutional history with a particular emphasis on East Asia's reception of the concept from the West in the late 19th and early 20th century.
In a more general sense, she is interested in connecting the study of China to a broader audience, and in developing a dialogue between Chinese studies and their counterparts in Europe and the United States. She has been a contributing writer for Southern Weekend and Phoenix New Media since 2007.