Dr. Hanchao LU
Dr. Hanchao Lu (卢汉超) is Professor of History at Georgia Tech’s School of History, Technology, and Society, where he served as the director of graduate studies and was elected the President of Chinese Historian in the United States. His research on modern East Asia crosses the disciplines of history, sociology, and urban cultural studies. He has published three award-wining books in recent years and edited a 16-volume series on Culture and Customs of Asia. He is the chief editor of the peer-refereed journal, Chinese Historical Review. He was the William Bentinck-Smith Fellow at Harvard University last year.
- Lu, Hanchao. “The Tastes of Chairman Mao: The Quotidian as Statecraft in the Great Leap Forward and Its Aftermath,” Modern China, published online before print July 15, 2014.
- Lu, Hanchao. “A Blessing in Disguise: Nanxun and China’s Small Town Heritage,” in Frontiers of History in China, Vol. 8, No.4, 2013, pp. 434-454.
- Lu, Hanchao. “Small-Town China: A Historical Perspective on Rural-Urban Relations,” in Martin King Whyte, ed., One Country, Two Societies: Rural-Urban Inequality in Contemporary China. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2010, pp. 29-54.