Dyson College of Arts and Sciences
- @New York City
41 Park Row History Department
Professor of History, Executive Director of the Confucius Institute, and Co-Director of the B.A. major in Global Asia
PhD , School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London , UK , 2000
MA , SOAS, University of London , UK , 1994
BA , Royal Holloway, University of London , UK , 1993
Awards and Honors
- The 11th International Conference on Chaozhou Studies, August 17, 2015 - The Best Paper Award
Lee, J. (2017, December). Faith and Defiance: Christian Prisoners in Maoist China. Review of Religion and Chinese Society. Vol 4 (Issue 2) , pages 167-192.
Smith, R. G. & LEE, J.
A Bird Without Wings: A Conversational Approach Toward Heritage Preservation Among Tibetan New Yorkers.
Social Transformations in Chinese Societies.
, pages 91-103.
Lee, J., Antony, R. J. & , .
(2016, December 31).
Chinese Secret Societies and Popular Movements Revisited: An Introduction.
Frontiers of History in China.
, pages 503–509.
Lee, J. T. & Kolluri, S. K.
Hong Kong and Bollywood: Globalization of Asian Cinemas.
New York, NY, USA: Palgrave-Macmillan.
China and India: Globalization with Different Paths.
Social and Cultural Research Occasional Paper .
Lee, J. T. & Chow, C. C.
Publishing Prophecy: A Century of Seventh-day Adventist Print in China.
Religious Publishing and Print Culture in Modern China, 1800–2012. Boston, MA, US: Walter De Gruyter.
, pages 50–90.
Faith and Charity: The Christian Disaster Management in South China.
Review of Culture.
, pages 127–138.
Lee, J. (2014, September). Reflections on Literature: East and West. Social and Cultural Research Occasional Papers. Vol 15 , pages 43. http://digitalcommons.pace.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1014&context=global_asia_journal
Guanxi and Gospel: Mapping Christian networks in South China.
David K. Yoo and Albert Park (Eds.), Encountering Modernity: Christianity in East Asia and Asian America. Honolulu, HI, US: University of Hawai'i Press.
, pages 71–94.
Lee, J. (2014, July (3rd Quarter/Summer) 2). The Bible and the Gun: Christianity in South China, 1860–1900. New York, US: Routledge. (Issue Paperback) , pages 246. http://www.routledge.com/The-Bible-and-the-Gun-Christianity-in-South-China-1860-1900/Lee/p/book/9781138008908
Not So Peaceful: China's Rise and Geopolitics in Asia.
Benny Cheng-Guan Teh (Eds.), GLOALIZATION, DEVELOPMENT, AND SECURITY IN ASIA, VOL.1. , Singapore: World Scientific.
, pages 13-32.
Church-State Accommodation in China's "Harmonious Society".
Anthony E. Clark (Eds.), A VOLUNTARY EXILE: CHINESE CHRISTIANITY AND CULTURAL CONFLUENCE SINCE 1552. Bethlehem, PA, US: Lehigh University Press.
, pages 173-198.
Not Too Peaceful: Maritime Rifts and Governance Crises in China..
Indian Journal of Asian Affairs .
, pages 23–36.
Lee, J. & Huang, C. Y.
Entangled Web: The Wikileaks and US-China Rivalries over Taiwan.
International Journal of China Studies.
, pages 285-300.
Preaching (chuan), Worshipping (bai), and Believing (xin): Recasting the Conversionary Process in South China.
Richard Fox Young and Jonathan A. Seitz (Eds.), ASIA IN THE MAKING OF CHRISTIANITY. Leiden, The Netherlands: E.J. Brill.
, pages 81–108 .
The Church as a Protector: Anti-Christian Cases and Resource Disputes in Post-Boxer Chaozhou.
The Chinese Historical Review.
, pages 33–53.
(2014, January 17).
Understanding China Lecture Series.
The Christian Century of South China: Recasting the Conversionary Process in Chaozhou, Guangdong Province.
Ohio State University, Institute for Chinese Studies, Columbus, Ohio
Intersection of Faith and Politics in China, and US-China Relations
Grants, Sponsored Research and Contracts
(2014, September 1).
In Search of Popular Christianity: A Study of Mainland Chinese Audience Responses to Christian Gospel Broadcasts, 1959–2004 (Project No.453113).
Research Grants Council, Hong Kong Government , Other , $45,641.00 . Funded,
Christianity and Community Empowerment in South China, 1900-1930.
Center for Christian Studies, Shantou University, China , Other , $14,800.00 . Funded,