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ZHANG Xu
From:Chinese Archaeology  Writer:  Date:2017-04-10
ZHANG Xu
Assistant Researcher
 
EDUCATIONAL  BACKGROUND
Jilin University  PhD In Chinese Anthropology/Archaeological Studies (Jun. 2015)
 •  2016 Outstanding doctoral dissertation award from Jilin Province
 •  2015 Outstanding doctoral dissertation award from Jilin University
 •  2013 Outstanding doctoral dissertation fund from Jilin University
 •  2013 National Merit Graduate Scholarship
 •  2013 Excellent PhD Student Scholarship
 •  2013 Third-prize for 6th Jilin University Doctoral Academic Consortium
 •  2013 Award for 1st College of the Humanities of Jilin University Ancient Chinese Literature Search
 •  2010-2012 Scholarship from Jilin University
 •  2009 Second-class scholarship for Graduate entrance examination of Jilin University
Simon Fraser University  Visiting student in Bioarchaeology (2014)
Inner Mongolia Normal University  BA in Archaeology & Museology (Mar. 2009)
•  2006-2008 Scholarship from Inner Mongolia Normal University
 

 
WORK  EXPERIENCE
Institute of Archaeology, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (Jun. 2015 – Present)
Assistant  Researcher
• Conducted research work on Archaeological sites from Shandong province during the Longshan period.
• Participated in Bioarchaeological research with Human Skeletal Remains from Ngari Region of Tibet.
• Collaborated with the research department manager to take charge of the project management of Institute of Archeology, Chinese Academy of Social Science.
 
RELEVANT PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
16/10-17/11/2014 Tianjiagou site in Lingyuan county of Liaoning Province (Researcher)
02/09-11/09/2014 Gangga cemetery in Hulun Buir of Inner Mongolia (Researcher)
02/01-05/01/2014 Xiazhai cemetery in Nanyang of Henan Province (Researcher)
14/08-17/09/2013 Archaeological workstation in Kuerler of Xinjiang (Researcher)
15/03-13/04/2013 Dabaoshan cemetery in Hohhot of Inner Mongolia (Researcher)
02/01-07/01/2013 Xiazhai cemetery in Nanyang of Henan Province (Researcher)
07/03-30/03/2012 Dabaoshan cemetery in Hohhot of Inner Mongolia (Researcher)
10/07-18/08/2010 Archaeological workstation in Chifeng of Inner Mongolia (Researcher)
06/05-08/07/2008 Hejing Archaeological site in Wulanchabu of Inner Mongolia (Excavator)
04/09-30/10/2006 Yan Jialiang Archaeological site in Baotou of Inner Mongolia (Excavator)
06/07-15/08/2006 Inner Mongolia Museum (Volunteer)
 
TEACHING EXPERIENCE
14/07-01/08/2014 The 2nd JLU-SFU Human Osteology Workshop (Teaching Assistant)
14/07-01/08/2013 The 1st JLU-SFU Human Osteology Workshop (Teaching Assistant)
 
PUBLICATION
Journal paper:
1. Zhang, Xu, Jing Li, Hong Zhu, 2015, Research on the Limb Bones of Ancient Inhabitants from the Dabaoshan Cemetery in Inner Mongolia. Acta Anthropologica Sinica (2): 216-224.
2. Zhang, Xu, Hong Zhu, Minghui Wang and Xinhua Wu, 2014, Bioarchaeological Analysis of Bronze Age Populations in Liushui Cemetery using Dental Nonmetric Traits. Acta Anthropologica Sinica (4): 460-470.
3. Zhang, Xu and Hong Zhu, 2014, Study on the Effect of the Ancient Inhabitants’ Physical Characteristics of Gansu and Qinghai Area on the Formation of Chinese Nation. Cultural Relics of Central China (1): 25–31.
4. Zhang, Xu, Jing Li, and Hong Zhu, 2013, Research on the Stature of Ancient Inhabitants from Dabaoshan Cemeteries in Inner Mongolia. Research of Chinese Frontier Archaeology (14): 323–330.
5. Zhang, Xu, 2013, Report on Human Skeletons of Dabaoshan Cemeteries in Helinger of Inner Mongolia. Steppe Cultural Relics (2): 50-51.
6. Zhang, Xu, 2013, Bioarchaeological Research on Human Remains of Liudingshan Cemeteries in Dunhua, China. Social Science Front (8): 122–124.
7. Zhang, Xu and Dong Wei, 2012, Recognition of Ancient Residents’ Ethnic Compositions from Pingyang and Wangong Cemeteries. Steppe Cultural Relics (1): 79–86.
 
Book chapter:
1. Zhang Xu, Xiao Xiaoming and Cao Yanpeng, Identification Report on Human Skeletons of Xiazhai Cemeteries from East Jin to Qing Dynasty in Xichuan of Henan Province. Excavation Report of Xiazhai Cemeteries in Xichuan 2016 Pp. 174-177. Beijing: Science Press.
2. Zhang, Xu, and Hong Zhu, 2012, Identification Report on Human Skeletons of Liudingshan Cemeteries in Dunhua of Jilin Province. In 2004-2009 Excavation Report of Liudingshan Bohai Cemeteries Pp. 254–265. Beijing: Cultural Relics Press.
3. Zhang, Xu, Dong Wei, and Hong Zhu, 2011, Identification Report on Human Skeletons of Zhangduo Cemeteries in Xingtai of Hebei Province. Excavation Report of Zhangduo Cemeteries in Neiqiu County Pp. 497–205. Beijing: Science Press.
 
Conference presentation:
1. 2017 (Zhang, Yajun,  Zhang, Xu  and  Tong, Tao)  Preliminary analysis on the health status of human skeletal remains from ngari region of Tibet, China [Poster presentation] The 82nd Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology), Vancouver, BC, Canada, March 31- April 4.
2. 2016 (Zhang Xu) The health and nutritional condition research on the skeletal human remains from Dabaoshan cemetery in Inner Mongolia, China [Poster presentation] The 81st  Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Orlando, Florida, U.S., April 6-10.
3. 2015 (Zhang, Xu) Gained bioarchaeological insight from the skeletal human remains at Dabaoshan, south central Inner Mongolia, China [Oral Presentation]. The 80th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, San Francisco, California, U.S., April 15–19.
4. 2015 (Matthew C. Go, Zhang, Xu) Differing Methodologies in Computing for Smith’s Mean Measure of Divergence between Chinese and Western Literature [Poster Presentation]. The 80th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, San Francisco, California, U.S., April 15–19.
5. 2014 (Zhang, Xu) Left from farmland, right into grassland—The origin of the skeletal human remains from Dabaoshan in south central Inner Mongolia, China [Oral Presentation]. The International symposium on bioarchaeology in East Asia, Changchun, Jilin, China, August 11-13.
6. 2014 (Zhang, Xu, Zhongzhi Nie, Minghui Wang, Xinhua Wu, Hong Zhu) The origin of the skeletal human remains from Liushui cemetery (about 1000bc) in southwestern Xinjiang, China [Poster Presentation]. The 79th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Austin, Texas, U.S., April 23–27.
7. 2014 (Zhang, Xu, Hong Zhu and Dongya Yang) The origin of the skeletal human remains from Dabaoshan site (2300-2200BP) in south central Inner Mongolia, China [Poster Presentation]. The 83rd Annual Meeting of American Association of Physical Anthropologists, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, April 7–12.
8. 2013 (Zhang, Xu) Rethinking about ancient residents’ composition of Xianbei’s cemeteries [Oral Presentation]. Eurasia in the Cenozoic and Stratigraphy, Paleoecology and Culture, Fundamental Problems of Formation and Diversity Paleoenvirinment Paleocultur Eurasia, Paradigm Shift, Irkutsk, Russia, Dec 4–6.
9. 2012 (Zhang, Xu) Study on the relationship between ancient northwest residents and ancient Huaxia [Oral Presentation]. The 11th National Archaeometry Symposium, Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China, Nov 27–29.
10. 2011 (Zhang, Xu) Rethinking about residents’ enthnic composition of the human remains in Pingyang and Wangong cemeteries [Oral Presentation]. The 2011 Archaeological Graduate Students' Forum in Beijing Region. Beijing, China, Nov 12 –13.

 
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