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History
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Wah Cheng
Professor of History

At Mills since 1999

Office: Vera Long 127
Phone: 510.430.2349
Email: wcheng@mills.edu
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Faculty Office Hours
Days Time Room
M, W
W
and
1:00 - 2:00
4:00 - 5:00
by appointment
VL 127


Fall 2014 Schedule
Days Time Description Room
M 02:30PM-03:45PM HIST 061
China and Japan to 1800
LONG 140
M 11:00AM-12:15PM HIST 154
Modern China
LONG 102
W 02:30PM-03:45PM HIST 061
China and Japan to 1800
LONG 140
W 11:00AM-12:15PM HIST 154
Modern China
LONG 102


Education
  • BA, History, University of Hong Kong
  • MA, History, University of Wisconsin, Madison
  • PhD, History, University of Chicago 
Courses Taught
  • HIST 61: China and Japan to 1800
  • HIST 62: China and Japan from 1800
  • HIST 148: Communist China, 1949-1989
  • HIST 153: Traditional China
  • HIST 154: Modern China
  • HIST 155: Modern Japan
  • HIST 157: China and the U.S. in the 20th Century
  • HIST 189: History and Its Methods
  • HIST 190: Senior Thesis Seminar
Professional Interests

Quest for the people's voice in modern China, early Chinese periodical press, emergence of the public realm in late Qing China, Western missionaries and construction of China, state and national formation in modern China, literature and society in modern China

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Contact Information

P: 510.430.2338
F: 510.430.2304
E: history@mills.edu

Last Updated: 1/24/14