Dr Marjorie Dryburgh

Director of Research - East Asian Identities and Cultures

+44 (0)114 222 8408

1993 PhD (Chinese Studies), Durham; 1987 BA (Oriental Studies - Chinese), Durham.

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Selected publications

  • North China and Japanese expansion: regional power and the national interest, 1933-1937 (Curzon, 2000)

  • 'Regional Office and the National Interest: Song Zheyuan in north China, 1933-1937' 38-55 in David P Barrett and Larry N Shyu eds., Chinese Collaboration with Japan, 1932-1945: the limits of accommodation (Stanford, 2001)

  • 'The Problem of Identity and Japanese Engagement in North China' 199-220 in Li Narangoa and Robert Cribb eds., Imperial Japan and Asian Identities, 1895-1945 (RoutledgeCurzon, 2003)

  • 'National city, human city: the reimagining and revitalisation of Beiping, 1928-1937' Urban History (forthcoming).