Dr. Zhao Ma, Assistant Professor of Modern Chinese History and Culture, has been named a "public intellectual" and will attend a workshop sponsored by The National Committee on United States-China Relations in Washington, D.
From 1937 to 1949, Beijing was in a state of crisis. The combined forces of Japanese occupation, civil war, runaway inflation, and reformist campaigns and revolutionary efforts wreaked havoc on the city’s economy, upset the political order, and threatened the social and moral fabric as well. Women, especially lower-class women living in Beijing’s tenement neighborhoods, were among those most affected by these upheavals. Delving into testimonies from criminal case files, Zhao Ma explores intimate accounts of lower-class women’s struggles with poverty, deprivation, and marital strife.
winner of the 2014-2015 James E. McLeod Faculty Recognition Award
Congratulations! Dr. Judy Mu has been selected as a winner of the 2014-2015 James E. McLeod Faculty Recognition Award, given to those in Arts and Sciences who have positively and profoundly influenced the educational experiences of students.