Conference Grant, Chiang Ching-Kuo Foundation Inter-University Center for Sinology

This grant, along with matching funds from the College of Arts & Sciences at William & Mary, will allow my colleague Kristian Peterson (Old Dominion University) and I to hold a workshop for Muslims in Modern China: A Sourcebook.

Choice 2018 Outstanding Academic Title for What is China? Territory, Ethnicity, Culture, & History

From the Choice review: “There is almost nothing comparable in English to Ge’s thought piece for readers to consult . . . Essential.”

ACLS Frederick Burkhardt Residential Fellowship for Recently Tenured Scholars, 2016–2017

For research at the John W. Kluge Center at Library of Congress on intersections between Chinese and Arabic literature in the nineteenth and early twentieth century. The project has changed, but here is how I formulated it then.

Choice 2015 Outstanding Academic Title for China from Empire to Nation-State

From the Choice review: “An erudite, stimulating, thought-provoking, but highly condensed overture to Wang’s ambitious macro history of the formation of Chinese intellectual modernity. …It is not for beginners but will greatly reward and challenge advanced students of Chinese intellectual history and of modernization.”

McCausland Fellow, University of South Carolina, 2015–2016

Mid-career fellowship from the University of South Carolina.

Choice 2013 Outstanding Academic Title for Lin Shu, Inc.

From the Choice review: “A masterful reevaluation of Lin Shu’s life…Essential.”

Mellon/ACLS Recent Doctoral Recipients Fellowship, 2009–2010

This fellowship gave me time to complete Lin Shu, Inc.