Jeffrey Nathan Wasserstrom, American history educator. Fulbright-Hays grantee United States Government, China, 1986-1987; Chinese Studies fellow American Council Learned Societies, 1987; Spencer Post-doctoral fellow National Academy Education, 1990-1991. Member American History Association (Fairbank prize committee since 1996), Association for Asian Studies.
- Assistant professor history University Kentucky, Lexington, 1989-1991, Indiana University, Bloomington, 1991-1994, associate professor history, since 1994. Consultant Long Bow Films, Brookline, Massachusetts, since 1989. Visiting associate professor University California San Diego, La Jolla, 1994-1995.
- Student Protests in Twentieth-Century China: The View from Shanghai
- This is a history of student protests in Shanghai from the turn of the century to 1949, showing how these students experienced and help shape the course of the Chinese Revolution.
- Student Protests in Twentieth-Century China: The View from Shanghai by Wasserstrom Jeffrey (1997-08-01) Paperback
Author: Student Protests in Twentieth-Century China, 1991. Co-editor: Popular Protest and Political Culture in Modern China, 1992, 94. Associate editor American History Review.
Member editorial board Social History, since 1990. Principal consultant (documentary film) The Gate of Heavenly Peace, 1995 (Peabody award 1997).
1989 - 1991
1991 - 1994