Associate Professor, "Interim Director for the Institute for Military History and Security Studies Program"
Office: 221 Eisenhower Hall
Kristin Mulready-Stone specializes in the history of Modern China, 1600-present. Her current research focuses on the political, social, and diplomatic impacts of the Battle of Shanghai of 1937. At K-State she teaches undergraduate courses on modern and contemporary China, modern East Asia, world history, nineteenth- and twentieth-century Vietnam, and imperialism. She is also a faculty member of the K-State First program. Each fall she teaches her graduate course, History and Security: East Asia. Her book, Mobilizing Shanghai Youth: CCP Internationalism, GMD Nationalism, and Japanese Collaboration was published by Routledge in 2015.
- HIST 112: World History Since 1450 (large lecture format and first-year seminar format)
- HIST 300: Introduction to Historical Thinking
- HIST 507: China Since 1644
- HIST 508: Introduction to Modern East Asia
- HIST 586: The Advanced Seminar in History
- HIST 593: The Vietnam War
- HIST 597: Imperialism
- HIST 598: Contemporary China, 1976 to present
- HIST 810: Security Studies Methodology
- HIST 815: Research Design in Security Studies
- HIST 850: History and Security: East Asia