at the Whitney and Betty MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies at Yale

Global Justice Program


Xiu Zhang, Global Justice Fellow

Xiu Zhang (B.A., philosophy, 2003, Hunan Normal University of China; M.A., philosophy, 2006, Hunan Normal University of China; Ph.D., philosophy, 2009, Sun Yat-san University of China) . She is a lecturer of East China Univ. of Political Science and Law. Her research revolves around questions of Global Justice, mainly focus on Gender Justice , Legal Justice and Pluralism Justice. There are the tasks of research of “Political Obligation, Legal Justice and Civil Disobedience” and “Gender Justice in Law”.

“Justice , Utility and Equal:the Critical to the Utilitarianism Theories by Rawls”, Probe,2011.
“Legitimacy of Law from the Reciprocal Subjectivity by Habermas”, Jiangxi social science,2011.
“The Poverty of Social Contract ”, Seeker,2010.
“the Comparison of Two Pluralism Theories of Justice by Michael Walzer and David Miller”,Social Scientist,2010.

Pluralism Justice and Value Identity, Shanghai People’s Publishing House, Shanghai, 2012.