Shih, Chih-yu

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SHIH, Chih-yu

SHIH, Chih-yu. Also writes as Chuan-hsiang. Chinese (born Taiwan), b. 1958. Genres: Area studies, Politics/Government, Women's studies and issues. Career: Winona State University, Winona, MN, assistant professor of political science, 1987-88; Ramapo College of New Jersey, Mahwah, assistant professor of East Asian studies, 1988-90; National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan, associate professor of mainland Chinese affairs, 1990-96, professor, 1996-, national chair professor, 2001-04. Current Foundation, coordinator, 1990-92. Publications: The Spirit of Chinese Foreign Policy: A Psychocultural View, 1990; (with M. Cottam) Contending Dramas: A Cognitive Approach to International Organizations, 1992; China's Just World: The Morality of Chinese Foreign Policy, 1993; (with J. Adelman) Symbolic War: The Chinese Use of Force, 1840-1980, 1993; State and Society in Chinese Political Economy: Cultural Dynamics of Socialist Reform, 1995; Collective Democracy: Political and Legal Reform in China, 1999; Reform, Identity and Chinese Foreign Policy, 2000; Negotiating Ethnicity in China, 2002. Address: Department of Political Science, College of Social Science, National Taiwan University, 21 Hsu Chow Rd, Taipei, Taiwan. Online address: [email protected]