Columbia University - Assistant Professor, Latino/a History
Swarthmore College - Peace and Conflict Studies Visiting Faculty - Rank Open
Theme Issue of the Canadian Journal of History/Annales canadiennes d’histoire
In a lecture delivered in 2004, Philip Kuhn argued, “Chinese emigrants have been, and still are, participating in a five-century process of building ‘frontier enclaves,’ places in which special rules allow Chinese and foreign business to develop unhindered by the bureaucracies and the ideologies of the Qing empire and its successor Chinese nation states.”
Call for Proposals
The Central and West Asia and Diasporas Research Network (CWADRN)’s second international conference (#cwadrn2) brings together leading scholars, writers, filmmakers, artists and community workers with expertise in and direct experience of contemporary and historical issues affecting Central and West Asia and the region’s diasporas.