Shapiro, Judith

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SHAPIRO, Judith. American, b. 1953. Genres: Intellectual history, Politics/ Government. Career: Affiliated with Hunan Teachers College, Changsha province, People's Republic of China, 1979-81; Foreign Policy Research Institute, resident scholar, 1987-91; National Endowment for Democracy, senior program officer for Asia, 1992-94; teacher and lecturer at universities and other institutions. Publications: Dictionary of Current Americanisms, 1981; Mao's War against Nature, 2001. NONFICTION WITH L. HENG, EXCEPT WHERE INDICATED: Son of the Revolution, 1983; After the Nightmare: A Survivor of the Cultural Revolution Reports on China Today, 1986, as After the Nightmare: Inside China Today, 1987; Cold Winds, Warm Winds: Intellectual Life in China Today, 1986; (with J.H. Lennox) Lifechanges: How Women Can Make Courageous Choices, 1990; (ed. with V. Tismaneanu) Debates on the Future of Communism, 1991. Address: School of International Service, American University, 4400 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC 20016, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]