Inner/Central Asia Editor Moving On

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Dissertation Reviews bids farewell to Loretta Kim, Assistant Professor of History at Hong Kong Baptist University, who has served as Field Editor for our Inner/Central Asia series. Niccolò Pianciola will continue in his capacity as editor for the field.

We wish Loretta all the best in her future endeavors, and thank her for her outstanding work.

Loretta-KimLoretta Kim is Assistant Professor History at Hong Kong Baptist University. She holds AM and PhD degrees from Harvard University, and started her academic career at the State University of New York at Albany. Her primary research interests are Qing Dynasty frontier administration, the history of Northeastern China from 1600 to the present, and ethnicity in contemporary China. In addition to these topics, she has taught graduate and undergraduate courses on 20th century Chinese history in film, Europeans in East Asia during the 15th through 19th centuries, and comparative cases of imperialism and colonialism in Asia. [Website here]

Image: Mediaeval trade routes in Central Asia. From the “Historical Atlas” by William R. Shepherd, New York, Henry Holt and Company, 1923 (2nd edition). Wikimedia Commons.

 

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