Professor Baumler is the department’s specialist on China and also teaches classes on Japanese and Asian history. He is currently working on a project on the history of aviation in China. He also serves as coordinator of the Asian Studies Program. His
“Masculinity, Femininity, Sacrifice, and Celebrity during China’s War of Resistance: Telling the Lives of the Aviators Yan Haiwen (1916-37) and Lee Ya-Ching (1912-98)” Nan
Nü :Men, Women and Gender in China 22:1 (Spring 2020): 70-115
of Revolutionary China (editor) New York: Routledge, 2019
“Keep Calm and Carry On: Airmindedness and Mass Mobilization during the War of Resistance.” Journal of Chinese Military
History 5.1 (June, 2016): 1–36.
Worse Than Floods and Wild Beasts: The Chinese and Opium Under the Republic Albany: State University Of New York Press, 2007.
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