Zhang Ke is an Associate Professor of History at Fudan University. He also holds positions in the International Center for Studies of Chinese Civilization (ICSCC) and the Asia Research Center (ARC) at Fudan. He obtained his Ph.D. degree from Fudan University in 2009. His research interests include modern Chinese intellectual history, conceptual history and the global history of cultural exchange. He is the author of The Conceptual History of ‘Humanism’ in Modern China, 1901-1932 (2015, in Chinese), the editor of Knowledge Formation in Modern China (2018, in Chinese), and the co-editor of The Production of Knowledge and the Politics of Culture in Modern China (2014, in Chinese), and Stray Birds on the Huangpu: A History of Indians in Shanghai (2018, bilingual, English and Chinese). He has published more than thirty articles, and is currently researching a project on Sino-India cultural connections in the late Qing.