After earning his B.A. and M.A. at Jilin University, Jing "Jay" Li worked at the Institute of Modern History, the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, where he conducted research on the history of Sino-American relations. In the U.S. he received his doctoral degree in history from Rice University. At Duquesne University Li teaches courses in East Asian history, Chinese history, Japanese history, the history of Sino-Western and U.S.-East Asian relations.
- Ph.D., History, Rice University
- M.A. and B.A., History, Jilin University
Research Interests or Expertise
- HIST 162: East Asian Civilization
- HIST 292: Traditional China
- HIST 293: Modern China
- HIST 294: China Today
- HIST 291: History of Japan
- HIST 256: Social History of ChinaHIST 379: East Asia and the U.S.
- HIST 381: East Asian History through Film
- HIST 485W/585: China in Revolution
- HIST 488W/588: China and the West
- HIST 601: Introduction to Graduate History