- Hang Zhou
- Email address:
- SOAS University of London
Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London WC1H 0XG
- Russell Square: College Buildings
- Thesis title:
- The politics of transformation: everyday negotiations in Uganda's roads sector
- Year of Study:
Julia C. Strauss, Stephen Chan, Alastair Fraser
Hang Zhou is currently a PhD candidate at School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London. Prior to enrolling at SOAS, he worked consecutively as research assistant and researcher in the China and Global Security Program at Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (2012-2015), with a focus on China’s foreign policy and China-Africa relations. He later worked as program officer at the China and the Developing World Program at Oxfam Hong Kong (2015). He has also worked as short-term consultant and assistant for research and engagement projects with the African Leadership Centre (ALC) of King's College London, International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) and Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS China).
He earned his master’s degrees in peace and conflict studies from Uppsala University, Sweden and étude comparative du développement from École des hautes études en sciences sociales (EHESS-Paris). He holds his bachelor’s degrees in international politics from Sichuan University, China and political science from Université Paris-X Nanterre.
Johns Hopkins University, Washington, DC (19-20, April 2018).
“Chinese trilateral development cooperation and its practice in Africa”, presented at the international seminar 'Vision of China-Africa Relationship under One Belt One Road', Confucius Institute of Makerere University (Uganda) and Center for African Law and Society at Xiangtan University (China), Kampala (25 February 2018).
PhD proposal presented at the Politics Department Annual MPhil/PhD Conference ‘Rethinking Politics in Asia, Africa and the Middle East’, SOAS, London (7 July 2017).
"La Coopération triangulaire, vers une relation Nord-Sud plus horizontale? — Une étude de cas sur le projet agricole Chine-Grande Bretagne-Ouganda", presented at the Colloque géopolitique 'l’Afrique face aux BRIC vers des relations renouvelées!', ESCA Ecole de Management, Casablanca (1 December 2016).