Movement and the Chinese Diaspora, 1919-

1932 (New York: Routledge Press, 2003, 2007,

2013) and Modern China (Association for Asian

Studies, 2012), and Contested Communities:

Identities, Spaces, and Hierarchies of the

Chinese in Havana, 1902-1968 (Brill, 2017). He

has also researched Brethren mission

peacemaking activities in China, and has

published his findings in the Journal of Asian



David Kenley

Dr. Kenley is Professor of Chinese History and

Director of the Center for Global

Understanding and Peacemaking at

Elizabethtown College. His teaching and

research interests focus on Chinese intellectual

history and overseas migration. Some of his

representative publications include New

Culture in a New World: The May Fourth

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