Martin K. Whyte and Mary C. Brinton’s book contains fond reminiscences from 155 diverse individuals to convey what was so extraordinary about the character and life of the late Ezra Vogel, a professor of Chinese Studies at Harvard.
Uncertainty in the Empire of Routine: The Administrative Revolution of the Eighteenth-Century Qing State
Maura Dykstra’s book, Uncertainty in the Empire of Routine, investigates the administrative revolution of China’s eighteenth-century Qing state.
Lawrence Zhang’s groundbreaking study investigates how observers and critics of the Qing’s purchase system informs the questionable view that it was anti-meritocratic.
2022-23 Visiting Scholar; Professor, Sanya University
2022-23 Visiting Scholar; Assistant Professor, China Women’s University, Beijing
2022-23 Hou Family Fellow in Taiwan Studies; PhD Washington University in St. Louis
2022-23 Desmond and Whitney Shum Fellow, Harvard University
2022-23 Graduate Student Associate, Harvard University
2022-23 An Wang Postdoctoral Fellow, Sichuan University
2022-23 Visiting Scholar, Faculty of Law, Keio University