Name: Dunfu Zhang
Position and Degrees: professor of sociology, PhD （1998 Peking University）.
Research Interests: sociology of consumption, consumer culture, social change of urban and rural China
Courses: introduction to sociology, sociological theory, urban anthropology and China studies
1995~1998, Department of Sociology, Peking University, doctoral program, PhD );
1989~1992, Department of Sociology, Peking University, master program;
1985~1989, Department of Philosophy, Shandong University, bachelor degree.
1994~2002.12 Associate Professor, Politics-law Department, Shandong Teachers’ University.
2003.1~ 2007.1,Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, Shanghai University.
August 2007-July 2008 , research associate, Harvard-Yenching Institute, Harvard University.
Oct~Nov. 2011.visiting professor,The Fondation Maison des Sciences de l’Homme, Paris.
Sept. 2013~Feb 2014, ISEF Laureate (Korea Foundation for Advanced Studies), Department of Sociology & Institute for Social Development and Policy Research, Seoul National University
2007．2~present Professor, Department of Sociology, Shanghai University.
From margin to the core: Harvard’s Study of Chinese Society. China Studies. 2009.No9pp161-183.
The Marketization of Housing and Its Social Consequences: housing consumption of the urban Chinese middle- and-lower class. Journal of Lanzhou University. 2010（4）No38.pp106-113.
Social Forms of Consumption and its Social Consequences. Social Theory, 2008(1).Beijing: Social Science Literature Press.pp234-246.
Diversified Globalizations and Consumer Agency. Sociological Studies. 2007 (5), pp233-242.
When Tourism Becomes a Consuming Machine——Anthropological Research of Consumption Social forms in China. Journal of GuangXi University for Nationalities, Vol.29. No.1, 2007.pp24-30.
Zi Yadang he Xiawa Yilai, translated by Zhang Dunfu from English （Malcolm Potts and Roger Short,1999, Ever since Adam and Eve——The evolution of human sexuality, Cambridge University Press.） into Chinese，Beijing :The Commercial Press,2006.
Toward an Applied Chinese Anthropology, Chinese Sociology and Anthropology. Summer, 2001,pp20-28.
Regional Development Models: A Sociological Analysis. Tianjin People’s Press.2002.
A Course in Modern Sociology. Beijing :High Education Press.1st Edition, 2001; 2nd Edition, 2007.
Social Change and the Emergence of Consumer Society in China. National Key Discipline: Sociology.2007.
Marxist Economic Sociological theory: a perspective of consumption. National social Science Foundation（09BSH002）
Environment-friendly Society Building in China: A Sociological Approach of Sustainable Consumption. the Scientific Research Foundation for the Returned Overseas Chinese Scholars, State Education Ministry.2009.
Cosmopolitan Consumer Culture and the Development of Modern Service Industries: a sociological and anthropological research of Shanghai .Shanghai Pujiang Program2010.
“From Low-carbon Economy to Green Society: Paradigm transformation and grassroots social experiences in U.S, Japan and China”. Key Creative Project of Shanghai Education Committee. 2010