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Ph.D., Harvard University, 2015
M.A., George Washington University
B.A., University of Massachusetts, Amherst
He is currently at work on a three-part history of capitalism in China, exploring developments from 1400 to the present. The most recent installment of this project is a political and economic history of automation in the reform period.
- “Leading Through Ritual: Ceremony and Emperorship in Early Modern China,” Leadership, vol. 14, no. 4 (August 2018): 435-459.
- “Law in the Mongol and Post-Mongol World: The Case of Yuan China,” China Review International 32.2 (2018): 107–25.
- “The Problem of Imperial Relatives in Early Modern Empires and the Making of Qing China,” American Historical Review 122, no. 4 (October 2017): 1001–37.
- "State Ritual and Political Culture in Imperial and Late Imperial China: Reflections on Li," Journal for Cultural Interaction in East Asia, 8 (2017): 113-118.
- "Administrative Law and the Making of the First Da Qing Huidian,"Late Imperial China, 37, no. 1 (2016): 55-107.
- “Li zhe xingzhenfa ye: shiqi shiji zhengzhi fencing yu Qingchao xingzheng zhixu de jiangou [Li as Administrative Law: Political Stratification and the Construction of Qing Administrative Order in Seventeenth-Century China]” (In Chinese),Fudan Law Review, vol. 3 (May 2016): 84–114.
- "Corruption, Anticorruption, and the Transformation of Political Culture in Contemporary China, "The Journal of Asian Studies, 75, no. 1 (February 2016): 5-18.
Selected Fellowships and Grants
Sam Taylor Fellowship, 2020
Sue Tsao Endowment Fund in Chinese Studies, 2019
Henry Luce Foundation/ACLS, 2018-2019
National Endowment for the Humanities, summer 2017
Indiana University Maurer School of Law Jerome Hall Fellow, 2015-2016
Fulbright Institute of International Education Research Grant, 2011-2012