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Michael Marme









Michael Marme

Assistant Professor
of History









Office: Lowenstein Building 915B (LC)
Phone: (212) 636-6348
Email: marme@fordham.edu
CV

PH.D.     University of California at Berkeley (Spring 1987)
M. A.      University of California at Berkeley (Spring 1976)
B. A.       University College, University of Toronto (Spring 1974)

Publications:
"Population and Possibility in Ming Suzhou:  A Quantified Model," Ming Studies 12
(Spring 1981), 29-64
"Heaven on Earth: Suzhou, 1127-1550" in L. C. Johnson (ed), Cities of Jiangnan in
Late Imperial China (Albany:  SUNY Press, 1993), 17-5, 183-187, 191-204.
"[Review of] Harriet T. Zurndorfer, Change and Continuity in Chinese Local History: 
The Development of Hui-chou Prefecture 800 to 1800," Harvard Journal of Asiatic
Studies 53.1 (June 1993), 234-249.
"Asia in the Western History Survey:  An Annotated Syllabus," in C. Gluck and A.
Embree (eds), Asia in Western and World History: A Guide for Teaching (Armonk, New
York:  M. E. Sharpe, 1997)
"China at the Time of Trade and the Contact of Cultures (300-1200)," in Ibid.
"China at the Time of Separate Spheres and New Links (1000-1500)," in Ibid.
“{Review of] Xiaohong Xiao-Planes, “Éducation et politique en Chine: Le rôle des
élites du Jiangsu, 1905-1914,” China Review International 9.2 (Fall 2002), 576-580.

Other Accomplishments:
Co-Award for Best Book (Non North American) in Urban History for
2005-2006 of The Urban History Association
Faculty Fellowship, Fordham University, 2006-2007
Faculty Fellowship, Fordham University, Summer 1994
SSRC/ACLS Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad Fellow 1980-1982
Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad Fellow 1980-1981
R. D. Irwin Foundation Fellow 1980-1981
Mellon Fellow, Ming History Workshop, Princeton University 1980
Recipient, Department of History Seminar Prize, UCB 1979
FLAS Fellow (Research in Chinese History) 1979-1980
FLAS Fellow (Japanese) 1978-1979
Member, University of Toronto Historical Society 1972-1974
J. A. Priestley Scholar 1971-1972
Recipient, Sigmund Samuel Prize in East Asian Studies 1971


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