Zhang, C. (2020). Governing (through) trustworthiness: technologies of power and subjectification in China’s social credit system, Critical Asian Studies, DOI: 10.1080/14672715.2020.1822194.
- Read the longer, self-archived version here
- I talked about some aspects of this research in this webinar with CHRGJ’s Digital Welfare State and Human Rights Project (video)
Zhang, C. (2020). Right-wing populism with Chinese characteristics? Identity, otherness, and global imaginaries in debating world politics online. European Journal of International Relations 26(1): 88-115.
Zhang, C. (2018). Governing neoliberal authoritarian citizenship: theorizing hukou and the changing mobility regime in China. Citizenship Studies 22 (8): 855-881.
Zhang, C. (2017). Mobile borders and turbulent mobilities: mapping the geopolitics of the Channel Tunnel. Geopolitics. DOI: 10.1080 / 14650045.2017.1379994.
Zhang, C. and Lillie, N. (2015). Industrial citizenship, cosmopolitanism and European integration. European Journal of Social Theory 18 (1): 93-111.
Zhang, C. (2014). Situated interpretations of nationalism, imperialism, and cosmopolitanism: revisiting the writings of Liang in the encounter between worlds. Journal of Historical Sociology 27 (3): 343-360.
Zhang, C. (2008). [Collective violence during the early period of the Cultural Revolution] 文革初期的集體暴力, Twenty-first Century 二十一世紀, Hong Kong: Chinese University of Hong Kong Press, no.110, 11-20.
Zhang, C. (2020). Social citizenship and free movement: towards a politically constructed conception of solidarity across borders, in Helle Krunke, Hanne Petersen and Ian Manners (ed.) Transnational Solidarity: Concepts, Challenges and Opportunities (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press), 327-349. [pdf]
Zhang, C. (2014). Between postnationality and postcoloniality: human rights and the rights of non-citizens in a ‘cosmopolitan’ Europe. In: Nikita Dhawan (ed.) Decolonizing Enlightenment: Transnational Justice, Human Rights and Democracy in a Postcolonial World (Opladen: Barbara Budrich Publishers), 243-260. [pdf]
The epistemic production of “non-Western immigrants” in Denmark. Disorder of Things. September 2020.
Covid-19 in China: From ‘Chernobyl Moment’ to Impetus for Nationalism, Made in China, May 2020
Racism and the Belt and Road in CCTV’s Spring Festival Gala, The Diplomat, Feb 2018
The curious rise of ‘white left’ as a Chinese internet insult, openDemocracy, May 2017
Book review: D. Bulley, Migration, Ethics & Power: Spaces of Hospitality in International Politics. London: SAGE, 2016. LSE Reviews of Books, June 2017.
Book review: S. Recchia and N. Urbinati (ed.) A Cosmopolitanism of Nations: Giuseppe Mazzini’s Writings on Democracy, Nation Building, and International Relations. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2009. Plurilogue: E-journal of politics and philosophy reviews, August 2011.