Michael Tsin

Michael Tsin (Ph.D. Princeton) is associate professor of history and international studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He previously taught at the University of Illinois at Chicago, Princeton University, Columbia University, and the University of Florida. Professor Tsin's primary interests include the histories of modern China and colonialism, and he is the author of Nation, Governance, and Modernity in China: Canton, 1900-1927 (paperback ed., 2003). His current research explores the politics of cultural translation with regard to the refashioning of social and institutional practices in China since the mid-nineteenth century.

Books by Michael Tsin

  1. Book CoverWorlds Together, Worlds Apart

    Fifth Edition / Volume(s): One-Volume

    Global connections and comparisons, now more accessible and interactive

  2. Book CoverWorlds Together, Worlds Apart with Sources

    Concise Second Edition / Volume(s): One-Volume

    A streamlined and simplified global historyMore