Yinan He is an Associate Professor of International Relations at Lehigh University. She has been the recipient of prestigious grants and fellowships, including those from the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the MacArthur Foundation. Professor He earned her B.A. in International Politics from Peking University, M.A. in International Politics from Fudan University, and Ph.D. in Political Science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Her research is concentrated in East Asian politics with an emphasis on Sino-Japanese relations.
He, Yinan. “Identity Politics and Foreign Policy: Taiwan’s Relations with China and Japan, 1895–2012.” Political Science Quarterly 129.3 (2014): 469-500.
He, Yinan. “Comparing Post-War (West) German–Polish and Sino-Japanese Reconciliation: A Bridge Too Far?.” Europe-Asia Studies 63.7 (2011): 1157-1194.
He, Yinan. “History, Chinese nationalism and the emerging Sino–Japanese conflict.” Journal of Contemporary China 16.50 (2007): 1-24.