Lauren Michelle Kwiatkowski
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My research interests include gender, identity, citizenship, and technology in twentieth-century China. I am currently researching the entry of women into fields of science and technology throughout the Republican and Mao periods.
Biography, Education and Training
B.A., History and International Relations, Tulane University (2014)
Teaching Assistant Experience:
- Japanese Empire
- Revolutionary China
Honors, Awards and Grants
- 2016 Pre-Dissertation Summer Research Fellowship
- 2015-2016 Chancellor's Fellowship
- 2014 Fulbright Taiwan English Teaching Assistantship
Modern East Asian history; Chinese history; women, gender, and sexuality; history of science; history of nationalism; world history.