20 New Dissertation Reviews Scheduled for 2011

Chinese History Dissertation Reviews is proud to announce that over 20 new dissertations are set to be featured during the 2011-12 academic year, the majority of which will be reviewed by new members of the CHDR network. New authors and reviewers include:

Emily Baum (UCSD)
Miriam Gross (University of Oklahoma)
Xing Hang (Brandeis University)
Dahpon Ho (University of Rochester)
Iiyama Tomoyasu (Waseda University)
Melissa Inouye (Harvard University)
Hyun-Ho Joo (Yonsei University)
Elizabeth LaCouture (Colby College)
Wennan Liu (UC Berkeley)
Nancy Lin (UC Berkeley)
Liansu Meng (University of Connecticut)
Kate Merkel-Hess (Penn State University)
Scott Relyea (University of Toronto)
Leon Rocha (Needham Research Institute)
Fabien Simonis (Princeton University)
Jesse Sloane (Underwood International College, Yonsei University)
Aminda Smith (Michigan State University)
Ying Jia Tan (Yale University)
Rian Richard Thum (Loyola University New Orleans)
Benno Weiner (Columbia University)
Nicole Willock (Indiana University)
Shellen Wu (Bates College)
Yun Xia (Seattle University)
Bin Ye (Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences)
Zhang Ying (Ohio State University)

If you are interested in reviewing for the site, or having your dissertation reviewed, please contact us at dissertationreviews@gmail.com

We will have one more review this academic year, after which we will go on “summer break” for the months of June, July, and August.

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About Thomas Mullaney

Assistant Professor of Modern Chinese History at Stanford University
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