Research Area(s)
East Asia

Min Shu

Min Shu is Associate Professor of International Political Economy at Waseda University. He received his Ph.D. at University of Bristol, and held previous appointments at Fudan University and Waseda Institute of Advanced Studies. Dr. Shu's research interests lie in comparative regionalism and international relations of historical East Asia. His works have appeared in edited volumes and academic journals, including European Journal of Political Research and European Law Journal. He was visiting scholar/fellow at the Harvard-Yenching Institute, LUISS Guido Carli, Catholic University Leuven, and University of Geneva. His research at Stanford focuses on the regional history of the Ming-Qing transition in the 17th century as well as East Asia's contemporary engagement with the liberal (international) order.

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