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Jeremy Clarke, SJ
Assistant Professor, History Department
College of Arts & Sciences
Ph.D., Australian National University

Modern China, with a particular focus on Chinese Christian history; missiology and East-West cultural exchange from the late sixteenth century through to the eighteenth century; Matteo Ricci;  the history of painting and photography in modern China.

617.552.1554
frclarke@bc.edu
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RossRobert Ross
Professor, Political Science Department
College of Arts & Sciences
Ph.D. Columbia University

Chinese history, politics and foreign policy; weapons and security issues in China and Asia; US-China relations. US-Vietnamese relations; Vietnamese foreign policy. United Nations and world affairs; history of and conflicts in the Chinese-Indochinese region; US policy toward Asia; Cambodian war; Indochina. Former Fulbright professor at the Chinese College of Foreign Affairs in Beijing, and member of the National Committee for US-China Relations. Author of the book Negotiating Cooperation: The United States and China 1969-1989; co-author of Great Wall and Empty Fortress: China's Search for Security; editor of and contributor to East Asia in Transition: Toward a New Regional Order, co-editor of and contributor to Engaging China: Management of an Emerging Power. Courses have included: "US-China Relations"; "The International Political System"; "Chinese Foreign Policy"; "Great and Local Powers in East Asia."

617.552.3259
robert.ross@bc.edu
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Ling Zhang
Assistant Professor, History Department
College of Arts & Sciences
Ph.D., Cambridge University

Environmental, economic, and political history of China; Chinese middle period; comparative history of water and rivers; landscape studies; historical geography; environmental ethics and environmental justice


ling.zhang.2@bc.edu
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