Dayong Niu

Dayong Niu, Peking University fall 2016

Dr. Dayong Niu is the vice-president of Peking University, Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities, and a professor in the Peking University Department of History. He is also the head of the history department of Peking University, a vice-president of the Peking Undergraduate School, chief of the International Higher Education Institution “21st University Federation” (abbreviated as U21), a visiting research fellow at the Harvard University-Yenchin Institute, and a visiting research fellow at Tokyo University Oriental Culture Institute.

His major field is Modern Chinese History, especially postwar relations between China and big nations like America, England, and Japan. He has written and/or edited fourteen books, including A Cold War and Chinese Close Neighborhood Relations, and 90 theses.