This is our sixth consecutive interview with the winners of the Franklin R. Buchanan Prize. The Association for Asian Studies awards the prize annually for the development of outstanding curriculum materials on Asia. The 2002 winners were Evelyn Rawski, a Professor of History at the University of Pittsburgh, and Katheryn Linduff, a Professor of History and Art at the University of Pittsburgh. Rawski and Linduff, along with colleagues, developed Contemporary Chinese Societies: Continuity and Change, an introductory-level CD ROM on contemporary China.
Buchanan Prize Winners Evelyn Rawski and Katheryn Linduff