David G. Atwill is Associate Professor of History and Asian Studies and is the Department of History’s Director of Graduate Studies at Penn State University. He is the author of The Chinese Sultanate: Islam, Ethnicity and the Panthay Rebellion in Southwestern China, 1856–1873 and co-authored Sources in Chinese History: Diverse Perspectives from 1644 to the Present. Atwill has been a visiting scholar at several institutions including the Academia Sinica’s Institute of History and Philology, Yunnan University, Minzu University of China and at the Humboldt University (Berlin).
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