PhD, Columbia University (2007)
AB, Brown University (1998)
Cultural, intellectual, legal, and political history of 20th-century China.
Assistant Professor, University of California (2009-present)
Humanities Fellow, Stanford University (2007-2009)
Lecturer, Brown University (2007)
China's Cultural Revolution on Trial
Three Worlds Apart: Chinese Visions of the Third World
"Chinese Uhuru: Mao and the Congo Crisis"
Editor, Mao's Little Red Book: A Global History (Cambridge University Press, 2014).
"The Spiritual Atom Bomb and its Global Fallout," Introduction to Mao's Little Red Book: A Global History (Cambridge University Press, 2014).
“Third World Maoism” in Critical Introduction to Mao, edited by Timothy Cheek (Cambridge University Press, 2010).
“Experiments in the Laws of History: China from Mao to the WTO,” The Sixth Annual Sherman Emerging Scholar Lecture (University of North Carolina, Wilmington, 2007).
“Settling Accounts: Law as History in the Trial of the Gang of Four” in Law and History, Current Legal Issues 6, edited by Andrew Lewis and Michael Lobban (Oxford University Press, 2003).
|Spring 2016||6B||Introduction to Chinese History from the Mongols to Mao|
|Spring 2015||6B||Introduction to Chinese History from the Mongols to Mao|
|Spring 2015||116D||Topics in Twentieth-Century China: Mao|
|Fall 2015||280F||Modern China|
|Spring 2014||6B||Introduction to Chinese History from the Mongols to Mao|
|Spring 2014||275F||Readings in the History of Chinese Socialism|
|Fall 2014||280F||Research in the History of the People's Republic of China|
|Fall 2014||280U||Asymmetrical Conflict|
|Fall 2013||39N||Freshman/Sophomore Seminar: The Chinese Detective|
|Spring 2012||6B||Introduction to Chinese History from the Mongols to Mao|