Graduate and Dissertation Committees

Mark Baker (History Ph.D. 2017), “City Limits on China’s Central Plains: Zhengzhou, Kaifeng, and the Making of Spatial Inequality, 1900-1960.”

Huasha Zhang (History Ph.D., 2019), ““Our Kind of Tibetans: The Political Life and Times of Liu Manqing, 1906-1942.”

Po-hsi Chen (E.A.L.L. Ph.D. candidate), “An Isle of Socialism Unwritten: The Pro-Unification Leftist Literary Historiography.”

Simone Glasl (E.A.L.L. Ph.D. candidate), “A History of Sympathy in Twentieth Century Chinese Literature.”

Bo An (E.A.L.L. Ph.D. candidate), “Engineered Modernity: A Critical History of Computing in the People’s Republic of China.”

Dihao Zhou (E.A.L.L. Ph.D. candidate), “Kehuan in the 1980s: Negotiating a Literary Genre about Science in a Changing China.”