Gilbert Rozman

Gilbert Friedell Rozman (born 18 February 1943) is an American sociologist specializing in Asian studies.

Rozman completed an undergraduate degree in Chinese and Russian studies at Carleton College, and earned a doctorate in sociology at Princeton University.[1][2] He was a Princeton faculty member between 1970 and 2013,[3] where he taught as Musgrave Professor of Sociology.[4][5]

Selected publicationsEdit

  • Rozman, Gilbert (1971). Urban Networks in Russia 1750–1800 and Premodern Periodization. Princeton University Press.[6]
  • Rozman, Gilbert (1973). Urban Networks in Ch'ing China and Tokugawa Japan. Princeton University Press.[7]
  • Rozman, Gilbert, ed. (1981). The Modernization of China. Free Press and Collier Macmillan.[8]
  • Jansen, Marius B.; Rozman, Gilbert, eds. (1986). Japan in Transition from Tokugawa to Meiji. Princeton University Press.[9][10]
  • Rozman, Gilbert, ed. (1991). The East Asian Region: Confucian Heritage and Its Modern Adaptation. Princeton University Press.[11]
  • Rozman, Gilbert, ed. (2012). East Asian National Identities: Common Roots and Chinese Exceptionalism. Stanford University Press.[12]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Gilbert Friedell Rozman". Office of the Dean of the Faculty, Princeton University. 2013. Retrieved 14 April 2019.
  2. ^ "Dr. Gilbert Rozman" (PDF). United States-China Economic and Security Review Commission. Retrieved 14 April 2019.
  3. ^ "Gilbert Rozman". Department of Sociology, Princeton University. Retrieved 14 April 2019.
  4. ^ Rozman, Gilbert (1999). "China's quest for great power identity". Orbis. 43 (3): 383–402. doi:10.1016/S0030-4387(99)80078-7.
  5. ^ Rozman, Gilbert (March 2012). "East Asian Regionalism and Sinocentrism". Japanese Journal of Political Science. 13 (1): 143–153. doi:10.1017/S1468109911000338.
  6. ^ Falkus, Malcolm (May 1977). "Individual Towns and Regions - Gilbert Rozman, Urban Networks in Russia 1750–1800 and Premodern Periodization. Princeton and Guildford: Princeton University Press, 1976. 337 pp. Tables. Figs. Bibliography. $16.50. £9·40. - James H. Bater, St Petersburg: Industrialization and Change [Studies in Urban History 4]. London: Edward Arnold, 1976. xxiii + 469 pp. Plates. Tables. Figs. £14·95". Urban History. 4: 92–94. doi:10.1017/S0963926800002674.
  7. ^ Schwartz, Benjamin I. (1 June 1975). "Gilbert Rozman. Urban Networks in Ch'ing China and Tokugawa Japan. Princeton: Princeton University Press. 1973. Pp. xiv, 355. $16.50". The American Historical Review. 80 (3): 705–706. doi:10.1086/ahr/80.3.705-a.
  8. ^ Fairbank, J. K. (1 October 1982). "Gilbert Rozman, editor. The Modernization of China. New York: Free Press and Collier Macmillan, London. Under the auspices of the Center of International Studies, Princeton University. 1981. Pp. xv, 551. $22.50". The American Historical Review. 87 (4): 1142–1143. doi:10.1086/ahr/87.4.1142.
  9. ^ Howes, John F. (1 April 1988). "Japan in Transition: from Tokugawa to Meiji, edited by Marius B. Jansen and Gilbert Rozman". Canadian Journal of History. 23 (1): 134–135. doi:10.3138/cjh.23.1.134.
  10. ^ Johnson, Linda L. (1 February 1987). "Japan in Transition from Tokugawa to Meiji. Edited by Marius B. Jansen and Gilbert Rozman. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1986. xii, 485 pp. Figures, Maps, Tables, Notes, About the Contributors, Index. $47.50". The Journal of Asian Studies. 46 (1): 153–154. doi:10.2307/2056694. JSTOR 2056694.
  11. ^ Henderson, John (1 January 1993). "Review of: Gilbert Rozman, ed., "The East Asian Region: Confucian Heritage and Its Modern Adaptation" (Book Review)". Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient. 36: 368. doi:10.2307/3632294. JSTOR 3632294.
  12. ^ Young Chul Cho (July 2013). "East Asian National Identities: Common Roots and Chinese Exceptionalism, edited by Gilbert Rozman. Washington: Woodrow Wilson Center Press; Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2012. xiv + 283 pp. US$50.00 (hardcover)". The China Journal. 70 (70): 274–277. doi:10.1086/671320.