Jennifer Rudolph

Photo of Jennifer RudolphPhoto | Lisa Cohen PhotographyJennifer Rudolph is author of Negotiated Power in Late Imperial China: The Zongli Yamen and the Politics of Reform and coeditor of The China Questions: Critical Insights into a Rising Power. She is Professor of Asian History and International/Global Studies at Worcester Polytechnic Institute.

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Cover: The China Questions 2: Critical Insights into US-China RelationsThe China Questions 2: Critical Insights into US-China RelationsCarrai, Maria Adele
Rudolph, Jennifer
Szonyi, Michael
HARDCOVER08/30/2022$35.00Not yet available
Cover: The China Questions: Critical Insights into a Rising PowerThe China Questions: Critical Insights into a Rising PowerRudolph, Jennifer
Szonyi, Michael
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Cover: The China Questions: Critical Insights into a Rising PowerThe China Questions: Critical Insights into a Rising PowerRudolph, Jennifer
Szonyi, Michael
HARDCOVER01/15/2018$27.95
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