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Dan Du

Capitalism; East Asia and U.S.; Business and Financial History

Graduate Student
M.A., Nankai University, 2009

Office: 134 LeConte
Office Hours: by appt.
duboxuan@uga.edu

Dan Du's research focuses on East Asia and the United States in the nineteenth century, with an emphasis on commerce, financial institutions, and cross-cultural communication. She is currently conducting research for her dissertation on nineteenth-century Sino-American tea trade.

Research and Teaching Interests

[Asia]
[Capitalism]
[U.S. 19th & 20th Century]

Honors and Awards

Gregory Research Award, UGA History Department (2014)

New England Regional Fellowship, New England Regional Fellowship Consortium (2014)

Future Faculty Program, UGA Center for Teaching and Learning (2013)

Gregory Research Award, UGA History Department (2013)

Outstanding Graduate Teaching Assistant Award, UGA Graduate School (2012)

Gregory Research Award, UGA History Department (2012)

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