Steven E Phillips

Steven E Phillips

Adjunct Lecturer of China Studies
China Studies

Background and Education

Steven Phillips has been researching and writing about Taiwan, China, and the United States for almost two decades.  He earned his PhD in modern Chinese history from Georgetown University in 1998.  He then worked for the Department of State, where he edited and compiled Foreign Relations of the United States, Volume XVII, China, 1969-1972, which examined President Nixon's historic trip to China.  The volume was awarded the Thomas Jefferson Prize for Documentary Editing from the Society for the History in the Federal Government in 2007.  Stanford University Press published his book, Between Independence and Assimilation: The Taiwanese Elite Confront Nationalist China, 1945-1950.  He has also written on the Chinese Nationalists' Cold War foreign policy, overseas Chinese, and Sino-Japanese conflict.  In 2012, Professor Phillips was a fellow at the Humanities Center at National Chengchi University in Taiwan where he researched Taiwan's foreign policy.  Steven Phillips has lived in China, Taiwan, and Indonesia.


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Spring 2015 
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