Caroline Reeves




Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
PhD, History and East Asian Languages (late Qing/Republican China), 1998.
Dissertation: “The Power of Mercy: The Chinese Red Cross Society, 1900-1937” (Advisors: Philip Kuhn, William Kirby). Second Field: Social Anthropology (Woody Watson).
Université de Paris III (Oriental Languages and Civilizations), Paris, France
Diplôme Superieur, Contemporary Chinese Studies, 1985. Emphasis on PRC international and regional
relations. Harvard University Tower Scholarship Fellow.
Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
BA, magna cum laude, East Asian Languages and Civilizations (China), 1984. Junior Semester abroad at Peking University (CIEE Chinese Language Program), 1983.

Emmanuel College, History Department, Boston, MA Assistant Professor: 2006-2011.
Founding Director, Fellowships Program: 2008-2011.
Founding Director, Honors Program: 2008-2010.
Semester At Sea, University Of Pittsburgh
Visiting Faculty: Fall 2004. Residential study abroad program on round-the-world voyage.
Williams College, History Department, Williamstown, MA

Assistant Professor: January 1997-2005.

French: advanced reading and speaking.
Mandarin Chinese: advanced reading and speaking; Classical Chinese: reading.

Japanese: beginning reading and speaking.