The Department of History
Asian history; Sino-American studies
Murray Rubinstein (PhD, New York University) is a specialist in modern East Asia. He writes on Christianity in China, Chinese popular religion, and on the socio-political development of Taiwan/the Republic of China and Fujian/ The Peoples Republic of China. His monographs include The Protestant Community on Modern Taiwan, and The Origins of the Anglo-American Missionary Enterprise in China, 1807-1840. He has edited The Other Taiwan and Taiwan, 1600-1996. He has also written over thirty articles in books and scholarly journals published in the United States, the Netherlands, Great Britain, Taiwan, and Hong-Kong.