Lee, Wei-Chin 1956-

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LEE, Wei-chin 1956-

PERSONAL: Born November 1, 1956, in Taiwan; son of Han-lin Lee and A-hsi Lee-Liu; married Cristina Yu (a librarian), 1983; children: Rae-yao, Rae-ling. Ethnicity: "Asian." Education: National Taiwan University, B.A., 1978; University of Oregon, M.A., 1983, Ph.D., 1986.

ADDRESSES: Office—Wake Forest University, Department of Political Science, Box 7568, Winston-Salem, NC 27109. E-mail[email protected]

CAREER: Writer. University of Oregon, Eugene, postdoctoral research fellow, 1987; Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC, assistant professor of political science, 1987–93, associate professor, 1993–2002, professor, 2002–. Wenzao College, Kaohsiung, Taiwan, member of board of international advisors, 2002–. Journal of Asian and African Studies, editor, 1993–2000. Member, Conference Group on Taiwan Studies, Southeast Conference of the Association for Asian Studies, and Triangle East Asia Colloquium.

MEMBER: American Political Science Association, American Association for Chinese Studies.



Taiwan, Clio Press (Oxford, England), 1990.

(Editor) Taiwan in Perspective, Brill (Boston, MA), 2000.

(Editor, with T.Y. Wang) Sayonara to the Lee Teng-hui Era: Politics in Taiwan, 1988–2000, University Press of America (Lanham, MD), 2003.

Contributor of articles to publications, including Journal of Asian and African Studies, American Asian Review, Nonproliferation Review, Journal of Contemporary China, Pacific Focus, Journal of Chinese Political Science, Asian Perspective, SAIS Review, Asian Affairs, Studies in Comparative Communism, Issues and Studies, Asian Thought and Society, Pacifica, Journal of Economics and International Relations, Asian Survey, Journal of Northeast Asian Studies, Ocean Development and International Law, Taiwan Democracy Quarterly, China Review International, and World Affairs. Contributor to books, including Shehui Kexue De Yingyong, edited by Wen-hui Tsai and George Chen, Wu-nan Press (Taipei, Taiwan), 2003. Journal of Asian and African Studies, member of advisory board, 2000–; Journal of Chinese Political Science, member of editorial board, 1995–.