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Kristin Mulready-Stone specializes in the history of Modern China, 1600-present. Her current research focuses on the political and social roles of youth in the city of Shanghai from 1920 to 1942, a period of great cultural, political, and military upheaval in China. At K-State she teaches undergraduate courses on modern and contemporary China, world history, imperialism and nineteenth- and twentieth-century Vietnam. Each fall she teaches her graduate course, History and Security: East Asia.