University Lecturer Modern Chinese History
Limin Teh is a University Lecturer at the Leiden University Institute for Area Studies.
Fields of interest
Social history of twentieth-century China; urban history; history of work; Japanese imperialism; co-evolution of states and markets
Ph.D. in Modern Chinese History, The University of Chicago (2014)
M.A. in International Relations, The University of Chicago (2005)
M.A. in Library Science, Rutgers University (2000)
A.B. in Growth and Structure of Cities, Bryn Mawr College (1998)
Lecturer in Modern Chinese History, Leiden University (since 2014)
“Labor Control and Mobility in Japanese-controlled Fushun Coalmine, 1905-1932,” International Review of Social History (December 2015).
“From Company Town to Industrial City: The South Manchuria Railway Company in Fushun, China,” in Marcelo J. Borges and Susana B. Torres, ed., Company Towns: Historical Studies in Global Perspective. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012.
BA1 Chinese Studies: Modern Chinese History
BA2 Chinese Studies: Work and Workers in Twentieth century China
BA3 Chinese Studies: Imperialism and Nationalism in Modern Chinese History
BAIS History: East Asia
MA Asian Studies: The State in Modern Chinese History
- Teh L.M. (2017), Review of: Ngai Pun (2016) Migrant Labor in China. Post-Socialist Transformations, China Today Series, International Review of Social History 62(3): 561-564.
- Teh L.M. (2016), Footbinding and Women's Labor in Sichuan, NAN NÜ: Men, Women and Gender in Early and Imperial China 18(1): 183-186.
- Teh L.M. (2015), Labor Control and Mobility in Japanese-Controlled Fushun Coalmine (China), 1907−1932, International Review of Social History 60(1): 95-119.
- Teh L.M. (2012), From Company Town to Industrial City: The South Manchuria Railway Company in Fushun, China. In: Borges M.J., Torres S.B. (Eds.) Company Towns: Historical Studies in Global Perspective. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. 69-90.
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