Sherman Cochran, 2002–2003 | National Humanities Center

Sherman Cochran (NHC Fellow, 2002–03)

Project Title

Inside a Chinese Family: The Private Correspondence of the Lius of Shanghai, 1910-1956

Cornell University

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Fellowship Work Summary, 2002–03

Sherman Cochran worked on the organization of his book A Chinese Family in Peace, War, and Revolution: The Lius of Shanghai, China, and the World, completing three chapters. He also revised a book manuscript, Marketing Medicine and Constructing Consumer Culture, which he submitted to the University of California Press for publication, and coauthored (with David Strand) the introduction for a volume of papers given at a conference, held in Berkeley, on "Cities in Motion: Coast and Diaspora in Modern China," for which he served as co-organizer (also with David Strand).