Tonio Andrade teaches Chinese and global history at Emory University and has published widely in those fields, including articles in journals such as The Journal of World History, Late Imperial China, Itinerario, and The Journal of Asian Studies. His work has been recognized by numerous honors and awards, including the Hans Gatzke Prize (2001), the Gutenberg-e Prize (2002), and two Fulbright Fellowships (1997 and 2004). He has also traveled extensively, having lived in Taiwan, France, Spain, and the Netherlands, and he is comfortable working in several European languages and in Chinese. He currently resides in Decatur, Georgia with his wife and baby daughter.
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