- 2008-2011, Hugh S. & Winifred B. Cumming Memorial Chair in International Affairs, Woodrow Wilson Department of Politics, University of Virginia
- 1992-present, Professor of Foreign Affairs, University of Virginia
- 1998-2000, Chair, International Activities Planning Commission, University of Virginia
- 1998-2000, Chair, Division of Asian and Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures, University of Virginia
- 1993-97, Director, East Asia Center, University of Virginia
- 1992 -94, Dorothy Danforth Compton Professor of Public Affairs, The Miller Center for Public Affairs, University of Virginia
- 1989-92, Professor of Political Science, Northern Illinois University
- 1990-91, Reader in Politics, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London
- 1984-89, Associate Professor of Political Science, Northern Illinois University
- 1986-88, Director of Graduate Studies, Department of Political Science, Northern Illinois University
- 1986, 87, Visiting Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Chicago
- 1981-84, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Northern Illinois University
- 1982, Visiting Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of Chicago
- 1975-81, Assistant Professor of Political Science and Political Economy, The University of Texas at Dallas
- Ph.D., University of Chicago, Political Science, 1977
- 1974-75, Center of Chinese Studies, University of California, Berkeley
- M.A., University of Chicago, Political Science, 1973
- 1969-1970, Fulbright Scholar, University of Munich, Philosophy
- B.A., University of Dallas, Politics, Philosophy, Magna cum Laude, 1969
Most publications are downloadable in full text at my UVa page.
Books and Monographs
- 2006a. China and Vietnam: The Politics of Asymmetry. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2006. 295 pp.
- 1991a. Contemporary Chinese Politics in Historical Perspective, Editor, New York: Cambridge University Press. 340 pp.
- 1986a, (with James Townsend) Politics in China, 3rd ed. Boston: Little, Brown, 464 pp.
- (1994e). Translated as Zhongguo Zhengzhi ???? (Chinese politics). Tr. Gu Su ??, Dong Fang ??. Nanjing ??: Jiangsu Renmin Chubanshe ???????. 363 pp.
- (2003b), Second Chinese edition, Nanjing: Jiangsu Renmin Chubanshe, 2003, 276pp.
- 1986b. Media and the Chinese Public (intro, ed, transl). Armonk: M.E. Sharpe. Also published as combined Spring/Summer 1986 issue of Chinese Sociology and Anthropology 18:3-4. 53p. intro, 198pp.
- 1983. Electoral Reform in China. Guest Editor, combined Fall/Winter issue of Chinese Law and Government 15:3-4. 42 p. intro, 225 pp.
- 1982a. Foundations of Mao Zedong’s Political Thought, 1917-1935. Honolulu: The University Press of Hawaii, XVIII + 238 pp.
- (2006c), Translated as Mao Zedong Zhengzhi Sixiang de Jichu (1917-1935). Tr. Huo Wei’an, Liu Chen. Beijing: Zhongguo Renmin Daxue Chubanshe [China Renmin University Press], 2006, XVII + 353 pp.
- (2006f). Introduction and Chapters 1 and 2 of translation published full-text on the People’s Daily website July 19, 2006.
Articles and Book Chapters
- 2008a. “The United States and Sino-Vietnamese Relations,” Japan Focus, January 19, 2008: at JapanFocus.org.
- (2008b). Reproduced on History News Network, January 22, 2008: at HNN.us.
- (2008d). Translated as HOA K? VÀ QUAN H? VI?T NAM – TRUNG HOA,
Gio O, May 2008: at Gio O.
- 2008e. “China as a Normative Foreign Policy Actor,” in Nathalie Tocci, ed., Who is a Normative Foreign Policy Actor? The European Community and its Global Partners (Brussels: Centre for European Policy Studies, 2008), pp. 265-299.