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Movement and the Chinese Diaspora, 1919-<br />

1932 (New York: Routledge Press, 2003, 2007,<br />

2013) and Modern China (Association for Asian<br />

Studies, 2012), and Contested Communities:<br />

Identities, Spaces, and Hierarchies of the<br />

Chinese in Havana, 1902-1968 (Brill, 2017). He<br />

has also researched Brethren mission<br />

peacemaking activities in China, and has<br />

published his findings in the Journal of Asian<br />

History.<br />

users.etown.edu/k/kenleyd<br />

David Kenley<br />

Dr. Kenley is Professor of Chinese History and<br />

Director of the Center for Global<br />

Understanding and <strong>Peacemaking</strong> at<br />

Elizabethtown College. His teaching and<br />

research interests focus on Chinese intellectual<br />

history and overseas migration. Some of his<br />

representative publications include New<br />

Culture in a New World: The May Fourth

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