Faculty

Ming-te Pan, Associate Professor

Degrees:
Ph.D. History, University of California, Irvine
MA History, University of California, Los Angeles
MA History, National Taiwan Normal University
BA History, National Taiwan University

Specialization:
Asia
China
Japan
Legal History of the late imperial China
Social/Economic history of the late imperial China

Courses Taught:
Traditional Asia
Modern Asia
Modern China
Modern Japan
20th Century
World History
Society in Late Imperial China
History in the Age of Computer

Significant Publications:

1996,"Rural credit and the concept of 'peasant petty commodity production' in Ming-Qing Jiangnan" The Journal of Asian Studies. 55:1.

1989: "The small peasant economy in North China: development or underdevelopment?"
Journal of the Academy of Social Sciences and Humanities, Academia Sinica, vol.2:1. Taipei, Taiwan, ROC.

1986: "Pawn-broker" in Yu Tsung-hsien ed. The Encyclopedia of Economics: Economic History. Taipei: Lianjing Chubanshe. pp. 144-153.

1985: Study of Pawnshop in Modern China (1644-1937), Taipei: Institute of History, National Taiwan Normal University. History Monograph no. 13.

Honors, Awards:
1993: The China Times Cultural Foundation Young Scholar Award. China Times Cultural Foundation, Long Island, New York.

1990: The David and Jeanne Tappan Award in Chinese Studies. Humanities Associates, University of California, Irvine.