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American Research in the Humanities in China Fellows

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The Committee on Scholarly Communications with China (CSCC) Program awards grants to U.S. scholars for research in China for periods of 4-12 months. Funding for the program was provided by the National Endowment for the Humanities. The CSCC, jointly sponsored by the American Council of Learned Societies, the National Academy of Sciences, and the Social Science Research Council, was established in 1966 to promote contacts between individual American scholars and private scholarly groups and their counterparts in China.

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Xiaoping Cong
Xiaoping Cong|Abstract

Associate Professor, History, University of Houston - Law, Marriage, and Gender Construction in Communist China, 1940-1960

Jamie Monson
Jamie Monson|Abstract

Professor, History, Carleton College - Two Become Red: Chinese and Africans at Work on the Tazara Railway, 1965-1986

Angela F. Howard
Angela F. Howard|Abstract

Professor, History of Art, Rutgers University-New Brunswick - Beyond Chan Buddhism: A New Pantheon of Song Dynasty Deities in Laitan Sichuan

Ellen B. Widmer
Ellen B. Widmer|Abstract

Professor, East Asian Languages and Literatures, Wellesley College - Brother Novelists: Zhan Xi, Zhan Kai, and the Shape of Late-Qing Fiction