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Jeffrey Nathan Wasserstrom

history educator

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.

Background

Wasserstrom, Jeffrey Nathan was born on January 4, 1961 in Palo Alto, California, United States. Son of Richard A. and Phyllis (Levin) Wasserstrom.

Education

Bachelor with honors, University California, Santa Cruz, 1982. Master of Arts in East Asian Studies, Harvard University, 1984. Doctor of Philosophy in History, University California, Berkeley, 1989.

Career

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.

Works

book Student Protests in Twentieth-Century China: The View from Shanghai book Student Protests in Twentieth-Century China: The View from Shanghai by Wasserstrom Jeffrey (1997-08-01) Paperback

Membership

Member American History Association (Fairbank prize committee since 1996), Association for Asian Studies.

Connections

Married Anne Elizabeth Bock, June 10, 1984. Children: Samuel, Gina.

father:
Richard A. Wasserstrom

mother:
Phyllis (Levin) Wasserstrom

spouse:
Anne Elizabeth Bock

children:
Samuel Wasserstrom

Gina Wasserstrom