Nicole Elizabeth Barnes
Assistant Professor in the Department of History
I research public health and medicine in twentieth-century China from a gendered perspective, incorporating the changing life stories of men and women into my analysis of how health regulations and medical practices reflect Chinese society's principal values as well as the assumptions and political goals of state actors.
Barnes, NE. "China's War with Japan 1937-1945: The Struggle for Survival." CHINA JOURNAL 75 (January 2016): 128-130. Full Text Open Access Copy
Barnes, NE. "Regulating Prostitution in China: Gender and Local Statebuilding, 1900-1937." NAN NU-MEN WOMEN AND GENDER IN CHINA 17, no. 2 (2015): 352-355. Full Text Open Access Copy
Barnes, NE. "Neither Donkey nor Horse: Medicine in the Struggle over China's Modernity." BULLETIN OF THE HISTORY OF MEDICINE 89, no. 4 (2015): 835-836. Open Access Copy
Barnes, NE. "Prosperity's Predicament: Identity, Reform, and Resistance in Rural Wartime China." JOURNAL OF ASIAN STUDIES 73, no. 3 (August 2014): 786-787. Full Text Open Access Copy
Barnes, NE. Protecting the National Body: Gender, Public Health and Medicine in Southwest China during the War of Resistance against Japan, 1937-1945. Edited by Kenneth L. Pomeranz and Jeffrey Wasserstrom. (PhD Thesis)