Rebecca Nedostup

Faculty Director

Rebecca (Associate Professor of History and East Asian Studies; PhD, Columbia, 2001) is a historian of modern China and Taiwan. She teaches political and popular culture, national and local history, death and memory, war, and religion and ritual. She has published Superstitious Regimes: Religion and the Politics of Chinese Modernity (Harvard, 2009) as well as works on Chinese political and print cultures and wartime and postwar society. Her current book traces the history of the displaced dead and living during China and Taiwan’s twentieth century world, civil, and cold wars.

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