Lecturer, Australian National University
Main courses:Heritage, Tourism and Globalization
Dr. Yujie Zhu is a Lecturer at the School of Archeology and Anthropology, Australian National University. He received his PhD from the cluster of excellence “Asia and Europe in a Global Context,” Heidelberg University, Germany. He is interested in the politics of cultural heritage, and related issues including ethnic tourism, urbanisation, nationalism and religious practices. He has published more than 30 articles and book chapters in leading heritage, tourism and anthropology journals, including Annals of Tourism Research, American Anthropologist and International Journal of Heritage Studies. He taught heritage and tourism studies in Germany, India, China and Australia. He is the Vice Chair of the Commission on the Anthropology of Tourism, International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences, and an executive committee member of the Association of Critical Heritage Studies.