Associate Professor, Ph.D., Fudan University
Research Interests: Religion and International Relations, Religion and Politics in the US, History of Christianity in China
TU Yichao is an associate professor at Center for American Studies, Fudan University. She received her Ph.D(2007), M.A(2004) and B.A (1998) in international relations, history and journalism respectively. She did research work at the CUHK in 2006, and at Wheaton College sponsored by Billy Graham Evangelical Association and East Gates International in 2007. Now she is an invited fellow in the 2008 program of Asian Christian Higher Education sponsored by the United Board for Christian Higher Education in Asia.
Dr. Tu is the author of American Evangelicals and International Relations (Shanghai People's Publishing House, Shanghai, forthcoming), as well as several articlesand papers on religion and international Relations, religion and politics in the US, and history of Christianity in China.
National Social Science Fund: Christianity and Contemporary Sino-U.S. Relations.
Scholarship of Shanghai Huangpu River Talents, Shanghai Municipal Human Resource and Social Security Bureau
Now or had been one of the key member of six national research programs:
Religion and Society in the United States,
Religion and the U.S. Foreign Policy in the Post-Cold War Era,
Religion and Contemporary International Relations,
The Study on Religion and China’s National Security,
The study on Faith-based NGOs in the United States,
Immigration Policy in the United States.
Books（Monograph and Translation）
American Evangelicals and International Relations
Humanism & Industrial and Commercial Civilization
Religious Factors and the Current US-Saudi Relations
American Catholic Church and the U.S. Immigration Policy
Religion and Saudi Arabia Diplomacy: Strategy, Institutions and Actions
Research on Religion and Politicsin the U.S.
The Overseas Mission of American Faith-Based Charities and its Impact on the U.S. Foreign Policy
Contemporary Christian Missionary Movement
Religion and Current Non-traditional Diplomacy: Theory, Strategy and Regime
Contemporary Christian Missionary Movement and Identity Politics
The Global Reach of American Church and Contemporary U.S. Foreign Policy
Consistence and Conflict: The Global Expansion of American Evangelicals and Global Civil Society
Billy Graham, American Evangelicals, and Sino-American Relations
Evangelicals and International Engagements
English Education at St. John’s University in the Process of China’s Modernization
Contemporary Missionary Movementand International Relations
The World Civil Engagement of Evangelism in Globalization
Contemporary American Evangelicalsand the Human Rights Diplomacy in the U.S.
Religious Diplomacy and Its Operating Mechanism
Religious Rights and the U.N. Policy
The First Freedom and Church-State Policy in the USA
The Forming of International Networks of Evangelicals and Their Influence on International Relations
Religious Diplomacy and the Development of China’s Diplomatic Dimension
Rise of Nationalism and Regional Security in Northeast Asia after the Cold War
Billy Graham Evangelical Association in the Age of Internet and the Role of Evangelical Websites in Evangelicals