Search for "Global Art Histories"
Visiting Assistant Professor of Art and Visual Culture
Associate Professor of History
diasporas, foreign refugees and the birth of modern humanitarianism since the 17th century (1685-1950), history and memory, history of the British Empire, humanitarianism and the development of rights claims, imperial Britain, modern Britain since 1688, sexual slander and defamation law, slavery and anti-slavery
Thomas Hedley Reynolds Professor of History
Betty Doran Stangle Professor Emerita of Applied Economics
Correspondence (resume) audit studies of Chinese firms' hiring decisions, economic well being of China’s ethnic minorities, Gender wage differentials in China, Labor force participation in China, labor market developments in China, Rates of return to investments in education in China, Transitions from work to retirement in China