From InsideOregon—Bryna Goodman, a professor of modern Chinese history and executive director of the University of Oregon’s Confucius Institute, has been offered a membership at the Institute for Advanced Study beginning next fall. The title of her project is “Economics and the New Chinese Republic: Sovereignty, Capitalism, and Freedom in the Shanghai Bubble of 1921-22.” For more of this story, see the February 7, 2012 edition of InsideOregon.
Bryna Goodman is a CSWS faculty affiliate. Her article “Capitalism, Politics, and Gender: A Suicide in Shanghai” appears in the 2011 edition of the CSWS Annual Review. This essay relates a legal drama at the center of the author’s CSWS-supported book project, “‘Stained with Spots of Blood’: The Dream of a Bourgeois Public in 1920s Shanghai.” 2011_Annual_Rvw_Goodman
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