Dr Andres Rodriguez

A18 - Brennan MacCallum Building
The University of Sydney


Selected grants

2012

  • National History Center, (Washington D.C.) Decolonization Seminar Workshop Grant; Rodriguez A.

2010

  • British Academy, Overseas Conference Grant; Rodriguez A.

2009

  • University of Southampton, Faculty Small Grant; Rodriguez A.

2007

  • Universities’ China Committee in London, Research Award; Rodriguez A.
  • Peking University- Harvard Yenching Fellowship, Advanced Research in Chinese Studies; Rodriguez A.
  • Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation, PhD Dissertation Fellowship; Rodriguez A.

2006

  • Middlebury College, Summer Language School Grant; Rodriguez A.
  • Smithsonian Institution, Pre-doctoral Fellowship Award; Rodriguez A.
  • Rockefeller Foundation, Grant in Aid Research Award; Rodriguez A.

2005

  • Royal Historical Society, Research Grant; Rodriguez A.

2004

  • Overseas Research Student (ORS) Awards Scheme; Rodriguez A.

2003

  • EU AlBan Scholarship for Latin America; Rodriguez A.

Selected publications

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Book Chapters

  • Rodriguez, A. (2013). Modern China's Borders. In Naomi Standen (Eds.), Demystifying China: New Understandings of Chinese History, (pp. 127-134). Lanham, Maryland, USA: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers Inc.
  • Rodriguez, A. (2010). Minguo Shiqi de Jianguo he Renleixue: Sichuan Xibu de Chuanjiao Renleixue Shiye (1922- 1945) [Nation-Building and Anthropology during the Republican Period: The Missionary Anthropological Enterprise in Western Sichuan (1922-1945)]. In Temur Temule (Eds.), Duoyuan Zuqun yu Zhongxi Wenhua Jiaoliu, (pp. 105-133). Shanghai: Renmin Chubanshe.

Journals

  • Rodriguez, A. (2011). Building the Nation, Serving the Frontier: Mobilising and Reconstructing China’s Borderlands during the War of Resistance (1937-1945). Modern Asian Studies, 45(2), 345-376. [More Information]

Conferences

  • Rodriguez, A. (2010). Chinese Anthropologists at War: Resisting Imperialism(s) during the War of Resistance (1937-45). The ‘Long Arc’ of Sino-Japanese Relations. Chinese Perspectives on War, Cooperation, and Conflict Across Three Eras, University of Oxford.
  • Rodriguez, A. (2010). ‘Reconstructing’ Tibetan Buddhism: Li Anzhai and the development of Modern Education in Labrang Monastery. Annual Meeting for the Association for Asian Studies, Philadelphia.
  • Rodriguez, A. (2008). David Crockett Graham and the Missionary Anthropological Enterprise in Western Sichuan (1922-1945). American Association for the Advancement of Science-Pacific Division Conference, Anthropology Session, Kona, HI.
  • Rodriguez, A. (2008). Globalizing and Localizing Self-Determination: China’s Southwest Borderlands in the Early Postwar Period (1945-49). Third European Congress on World and Global History, London UK.
  • Rodriguez, A. (2008). Transnational Communities in the Making of the Chinese Frontier: Chinese Intellectuals and Western Patronage during the Wartime Period (1937-45). International History on the History of Cultural Interactions: A Comparative Perspective, National University of Taiwan, Taipei.
  • Rodriguez, A. (2007). China’s Borderland Enterprise: The Yanjing Road Towards Chinese Frontier Studies (1937- 1945). The 16th Annual Graduate Student Conference, University of Columbia, NY.
  • Rodriguez, A. (2007). “Nation-Building and Anthropology during the Republican Period: The Missionary Anthropological Enterprise in Western Sichuan (1922-1945). Cultural Encounters between Multiethnic China and teh West, University of Nanjing, PRC.

2013

  • Rodriguez, A. (2013). Modern China's Borders. In Naomi Standen (Eds.), Demystifying China: New Understandings of Chinese History, (pp. 127-134). Lanham, Maryland, USA: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers Inc.

2011

  • Rodriguez, A. (2011). Building the Nation, Serving the Frontier: Mobilising and Reconstructing China’s Borderlands during the War of Resistance (1937-1945). Modern Asian Studies, 45(2), 345-376. [More Information]

2010

  • Rodriguez, A. (2010). Chinese Anthropologists at War: Resisting Imperialism(s) during the War of Resistance (1937-45). The ‘Long Arc’ of Sino-Japanese Relations. Chinese Perspectives on War, Cooperation, and Conflict Across Three Eras, University of Oxford.
  • Rodriguez, A. (2010). Minguo Shiqi de Jianguo he Renleixue: Sichuan Xibu de Chuanjiao Renleixue Shiye (1922- 1945) [Nation-Building and Anthropology during the Republican Period: The Missionary Anthropological Enterprise in Western Sichuan (1922-1945)]. In Temur Temule (Eds.), Duoyuan Zuqun yu Zhongxi Wenhua Jiaoliu, (pp. 105-133). Shanghai: Renmin Chubanshe.
  • Rodriguez, A. (2010). ‘Reconstructing’ Tibetan Buddhism: Li Anzhai and the development of Modern Education in Labrang Monastery. Annual Meeting for the Association for Asian Studies, Philadelphia.

2008

  • Rodriguez, A. (2008). David Crockett Graham and the Missionary Anthropological Enterprise in Western Sichuan (1922-1945). American Association for the Advancement of Science-Pacific Division Conference, Anthropology Session, Kona, HI.
  • Rodriguez, A. (2008). Globalizing and Localizing Self-Determination: China’s Southwest Borderlands in the Early Postwar Period (1945-49). Third European Congress on World and Global History, London UK.
  • Rodriguez, A. (2008). Transnational Communities in the Making of the Chinese Frontier: Chinese Intellectuals and Western Patronage during the Wartime Period (1937-45). International History on the History of Cultural Interactions: A Comparative Perspective, National University of Taiwan, Taipei.

2007

  • Rodriguez, A. (2007). China’s Borderland Enterprise: The Yanjing Road Towards Chinese Frontier Studies (1937- 1945). The 16th Annual Graduate Student Conference, University of Columbia, NY.
  • Rodriguez, A. (2007). “Nation-Building and Anthropology during the Republican Period: The Missionary Anthropological Enterprise in Western Sichuan (1922-1945). Cultural Encounters between Multiethnic China and teh West, University of Nanjing, PRC.

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