Helen F. Siu

Helen F. Siu is Professor of Anthropology at Yale University and the author of Tracing China: A Forty Year Ethnographic Journey. She established the Hong Kong Institute for the Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Hong Kong to promote interregional research and was its honorary director for ten years.

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Cover: Asia Inside Out: Itinerant PeopleAsia Inside Out: Itinerant PeopleTagliacozzo, Eric
Siu, Helen F.
Perdue, Peter C.
HARDCOVER03/11/2019$45.00
Cover: Asia Inside Out: Connected PlacesAsia Inside Out: Connected PlacesTagliacozzo, Eric
Siu, Helen F.
Perdue, Peter C.
HARDCOVER06/08/2015$49.50
Cover: Asia Inside Out: Changing TimesAsia Inside Out: Changing TimesTagliacozzo, Eric
Siu, Helen F.
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