Chinese studies librarian
I am responsible for reference service, instruction and collection development for the Chinese collection. I select Chinese language materials for all formats in humanities and social sciences. I work with students and faculty to help them find the materials that they need for their research, teaching and studies.
- MLS, Library science, Syracuse University
- BA, History, Fudan University, China
Co-editor, Chinese Studies Abroad, an academic journal published by Eastern China Normal University Press, China
Member, Association for Asian Studies
Member, Council on East Asian Libraries
Member, Society of Chinese Studies Librarians
Ying Zhang, Susan Xue and Zhaohui Xue, From collection curation to knowledge creation: Exploring new roles of academic librarians in digital humanities research. Journal of Academic Librarianship, Volume 47, Issue 21, 2021.
Zhaohui Xue, Jidong Yang, Yan Long, “Recording Chinese grassroots NGOs-A web archiving project”, Journal of East Asia Libraries, vol. 168, 2019.
Zhaohui Xue and Haihui Zhang, “Writing city history at the grassroots: Jiedaozhi and their research value”, Frontiers of History in China, Vol. 6, No. 4, Dec. 2011.
Co-editor (with Haihui Zhang and Shuyong Jiang), Chinese studies in North America-Researches and Resources, Beijing: Zhonghua shuju, 2010.
Chapter, “Directory of English Journals of Chinese Studies” in Chinese studies in North America-Researches and Resources, Beijing: Zhonghua shuju, 2010.
Zhaohui Xue, Book review: “Chinese Religions: Publications in Western Languages, by Laurence Thompson”, Zhongguo suo yin: journal of the China Society of Indexers, Vol. 1, 2006.
Co-auther (with Zhongren Zhang), Xiang zheng dang an guan li, Beijing: Zhongguo dang an chu ban she, 1986.
Matthew Sommer, “The field of Qing legal history in North America.” Zhaohui Xue trans., Chinese studies in North America-Researches and Resources, Beijing: Zhonghua shuju, 2010
David Shambaugh, “American studies of China’s foreign relations and security policies.” Zhaohui Xue trans., Chinese studies in North America-Researches and Resources, Beijing: Zhonghua shuju, 2010
More about me
Before joining Stanford in 2006, I was the Chinese studies librarian at the Duke University.