Mo Tian

Fudan-NYUSH Joint Postdoctoral Fellow 2017

PhD in History

Australian National University

Mo received his PhD in History from the Australian National University. His dissertation examined the social control of rural Manchuria under Japanese occupation between 1932 and 1945. His research interests include modern East Asian history and Japanese imperialism in Asia. During his tenure as Fudan-NYUSH Postdoctoral Fellow, Mo completed two publications, including ā€œThe Korean War and Manchuria: Economic, Social, and Human Effectsā€ in The Korean War in Asia: A Hidden History, edited by Tessa Morris-Suzuki and Adam Broinowski (Rowman & Littlefield, 2018). Mo is currently a research fellow at Jinan University (2019).

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