Prof. Dr. Arunabh GHOSH

Arunabh Ghosh, Associate Professor of Modern Chinese History at the Department of History, Harvard University is a historian of modern China, with research and teaching interests in social and economic history, history of science and statecraft, transnational history, and China-India history. His recently published book, Making it Count: Statistics and Statecraft in the early People’s Republic of China (Princeton University Press, 2020), investigates how the early PRC state built statistical capacity to know the nation through numbers (Reviewed by Andrea Bréard in East Asian Science, Technology, and Medicine, 54-2 (2022), 323-327). For more information, please visit his website



Visiting Senior Fellow (April 2023)

Institute for Near Eastern and East Asian Languages and Civilizations
Chair for Sinology with a focus on the Intellectual and Cultural History of China (Alexander von Humboldt-Professor)

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