Feuerwerker, Albert

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FEUERWERKER, Albert. American, b. 1927. Genres: History. Career: University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, associate professor, 1960-63, Director, Center for Chinese Studies, 1961-67, 1972-84, professor of history, 1963-86, A.M. and H.P. Bentley Professor of History, 1986-96, A.M. and H.P. Bentley Professor Emeritus of History, 1996-. Publications: China's Early Industrialization, 1958; (with S. Cheng) Chinese Communist Studies of Modern Chinese History, 1961; The Chinese Economy, circa 1870-1911, 1969; Rebellion in Nineteenth Century China, 1975; State and Society in Eighteenth-Century China: The Ching Empire in Its Glory, 1976; The Foreign Establishment in China in the Early Twentieth Century, 1976; Economic Trends in the Republic of China 1912-1949, 1977; Studies in the Economic History of Late Imperial China, 1995; The Chinese Economy, 1870-1949, 1995. EDITOR & CONTRIBUTOR: Modern China, 1964; (with R. Murphey and M.C. Wright) Approaches to Modern Chinese History, 1967; History in Communist China, 1968; Chinese Social and Economic History from the Song to 1900, 1982; (with J.K. Fairbank) Cambridge History of China, vol. 13, 1986. Address: Center for Chinese Studies, University of Michigan, Suite 3668, 1080 S. University, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1106, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]