Prof. Carol Chin

Fellow of the College
Associate Professor, History, U of T; Associate Chair, Undergraduate, Dept. of History

AB (East Asian Languages and Civilizations), Harvard University, 1977

MA (History), The Ohio State University, 1996

PhD (History), The Ohio State University, 2001

Teaching Area:
US foreign relations; US-East Asian relations; Gender and international relations; World history

Research Interests:
US-East Asian relations, 1890-1945; Women’s transnational organizations and international affairs; feminism and internationalism

Modernity and National Identity in the United States and East Asia, 1895-1919 (Kent, OH: Kent State University Press, 2010)
“Translating the New Woman: Chinese Feminists View the West, 1905-1915,” Gender and History 18:3 (November 2006): 490-518; reprinted in Translating Feminisms in China, ed. Dorothy Ko and Wang Zheng (Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing, 2007), 35-69.
“Beneficent Imperialists: American Women Missionaries in Turn-of-the-Century China,” Diplomatic History 27:3 (summer 2003): 327-52
“Uplifting the Barbarian,” in A Companion to Theodore Roosevelt, ed. Serge Ricard (Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers, 2011)

Carol Chin