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Kandice Hauf

Associate Professor

Academic Division: History & Society
781-239-4337

Bio

Dr. Hauf has taught at Auburn University and at Wesleyan University in the areas of traditional and modern China. Dr. Hauf's thesis at Yale covered Ming-Quing China (1368-1911). A related minor field was Chinese intellectual history to 1279 A.D. She is a consultant on travel, life, and business in China, Japan, and Taiwan. Dr. Hauf is conversant in Japanese, German, Russian, French, classical and modern Chinese, and Serbo-Croatian.

Academic Interests

Chinese Cultural History (14th - 16th Centuries); Chinese Philosophy

Courses

Degree Courses 2016-2017
  • HSS 2013: CHINA TODAY
Degree Courses 2015-2016
  • HIS 4616: CAMBODIA:REBLDING CULT & ECN AFT GENOCID
  • AHS 1000: AHS FOUNDATION

Publications

Journal Articles

  • Hauf, K.J. (2011). Using Food To Teach About Chinese Culture . Education About Asia, 16(3), 1-8.

Others

  • Hauf, K.J. (2012). The Arts of Dynastic China: Harmony Within Hierarchy
  • Hauf, K.J. (2010). Discipleship in the Confucian Tradition and in Comparative Perspective
  • Hauf, K.J. (2009). Book review of Peter Bol, Neo-Confucianism in History (Harvard East Asian Monographs)

Presentations

  • The Courtesan’s Daughter Chunhyang: A Transnational Symbol of Koreanness
    Hauf, K. The Courtesan’s Daughter Chunhyang: A Transnational Symbol of Koreanness Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference of the Association for Asian Studies, University of Pittsburgh (2015)
  • Religious and Cultural Issues in Ming history (1368-1644)
    Hauf, K. Religious and Cultural Issues in Ming history (1368-1644) Association for Asian Studies 2014 Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA (2014)
  • Ming Academies as Confucian Monasteries
    Hauf, K. Ming Academies as Confucian Monasteries Association for Asian Studies 2013 Annual Conference, San Diego, CA (2013)
  • Women and Poverty Alleviation in Asia
    Hauf, K. Women and Poverty Alleviation in Asia Keynote Address, Simmons College (2012)
  • Female Agency in a Patriarchal College: The Chinese Case
    Hauf, K. Female Agency in a Patriarchal College: The Chinese Case BFRF Chat , Babson College (2011)
  • Female Agency in a Patriarchal College: The Chinese Case
    Hauf, K. Female Agency in a Patriarchal College: The Chinese Case , China Institute, NYC (2011)
  • Discipleship
    Hauf, K. Discipleship BFRF Chat (2010)
  • Discipleship in the Confucian Tradition and in Comparative Perspective
    Hauf, K. Discipleship in the Confucian Tradition and in Comparative Perspective Torchinov Readings: Ideals, Values, Norms , St. Petersburg State University (2010)
  • Female Agency in Chinese History
    Hauf, K. Female Agency in Chinese History Gender Studies Workshop , Fairbank Center, Harvard University (2010)
  • Disciples in the Confucian Tradition (in Chinese)
    Hauf, K. Disciples in the Confucian Tradition (in Chinese) , Dept of History, People's University, Beijing (2009)

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  • The Girl Effect in Chinese Development
    Hauf, K. The Girl Effect in Chinese Development , BU (2008)