Deng Siyu (Teng Ssu-yu) and the Development of American Sinology After World War II

Runcheng, Chen
September 2007
Chinese Studies in History;Fall2007, Vol. 41 Issue 1, p3
Academic Journal
The article focuses of the contribution of professor Deng Siyu in the development of American sinology after World War II. It discusses his academic activities; how he first came to the U.S., how he is influenced by John King Fairbank, promoter of Chinese studies in the 1950's; and how he has initiated a new style for American sinology that brings it into a new era. Moreover, the author contends that Deng Siyu is the pioneer in Chinese studies in the postwar U.S.


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