Faculty Fellows awards for 2005-2007 include Drs. Henry
Antkiewicz and Weixing Chen.
Dr. Henry Antkiewicz,
an ETSU faculty member since 1988, is Professor of
History. He specializes in Russian and Eastern and
Central European history as well as East Asian History.
He has been to China a half dozen times, most recently
for a month in 2004 on a Fulbright-Hays Seminar on China
entitled: From the Silk Road to the Pudong New Area.
This study trip looked at history and economic
development from ancient China’s trade with the Eurasia
up to today’s global trade centered on Shanghai’s new
financial district of Pudong. Dr. Antkiewicz has
lectured or done research in China at Anhui University
in Hefei and the Centre of Asian Studies, University of
Hong Kong; in Mongolia at the Institute of Asian and
International Studies of the Mongolian Academy of
Sciences in Ulaanbaatar; in Japan at Ibaraki University
in Mito, and Chuo University in Tokyo; in Afirca at the
University of Zambia as well as the National Archives of
Zambia in Lusaka, the University of Dar es Salaam,
Tanzania, and the University of Nairobi, Kenya; and in
Poland at the University of Warsaw and Warsaw’s Central
School of Planning and Statistics. View
Antkiewicz's Curriculum Vitae.
Dr. Weixing Chen is a professor of political
science at East Tennessee State University. He currently
directs the International Studies Minor Program at ETSU.
He was the recipient of the 2003 ETSU Distinguished
Faculty Award for Research. He served as president of
the Association of Chinese Political Studies in the
United States between 2002 and 2003 and currently serves
on the Editorial Boards of the Journal of Chinese
Political Science, Cross-Strait and International
Affairs Quarterly, and the Journal of Race and Policy.
He is also a Guest Professor at Shandong University and
Shandong Normal University in China. He was a visiting
professor at Tsinghua University in Beijing in 2004 and
a visiting research fellow with East Asian Institute of
at the National University of Singapore in 2001. Dr.
Chen is the author and co-author of four academic books.
He has also published articles in various national and
international professional journals and contributed
chapters to a number of books. His research interests
include Chinese politics and international politics, and
his teaching interests lie in international relations,
international studies, world politics, Chinese politics,
and East Asian politics. View