The page of Schwarcz Vera, Hungarian biography
A Wesleyan Universityn egyetemi tanár, szakterülete a kínai történelem. Kolozsvárott született, tizennégy éves kora óta külföldön, főleg Amerikában él. Művei közül: The Chinese Enlightenment. Berkeley: University of California Press (1986); Amnesie historique dans la Chine du XX e siecle,” Genre Humain, special issue, “Politiques de L'Oubli," No. 18 (Paris, 1988); Fresh Words for a Jaded World - and selected poems (Blue Feather Press, Co., 2000); Truth is Woven (Premier Poets Chapbook Series, 2005); Ancestral Intelligence. Antrim House (2013) stb.
Vera Schwarcz (born 1947) (Chinese name: Chinese: 舒衡哲) is Freeman Professor of East Asian Studies at Wesleyan University. Her BA was from Vassar College, with a MA from Yale, where she studied with Jonathan Spence, a MAA from Wesleyan University and a Ph.D. from Stanford University. From 1979 to 1980, she studied at Peking University as part the first group of American students admitted after the establishment of diplomatic relations between the U.S. and China. In addition to works of history, Schwarcz writes poetry and novellas.
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