Nathaniel Peffer

Intro American researcher
Was Political scientist Journalist
From United States of America
Type Journalism Politics
Gender male
Birth 30 June 1890, New York City, USA
Death 12 April 1964 (aged 73 years)
Star sign Cancer

Nathaniel Peffer (Chinese: 裴斐; June 30, 1890 in New York City – April 12, 1964) was an American researcher of Far East problems. Educated at the University of Chicago, Peffer became a Far Eastern correspondent for the New York Tribune, and lived in China for 25 years. After invitations to lecture on the Far East to various American universities, he was appointed a lecturer at Columbia University in 1937, associate professor of International Relations there in 1939, and Professor in 1943. He retired from the university in 1958.

Literary works

The white man's dilemma – climax of the age of imperialism, 1927 China – the collapse of a civilization, 1930 Must we fight in Asia?, 1935 Japan and the Pacific. 1935 The Far East, a modern history. Ann Arbor, University of Michigan Press, 1958

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