Jennifer (JJ) Reynolds-Strange
My research interests pertains to the development and distribution of translated scientific nomenclature (with heavy emphasis on biochemistry fields) in China from the late nineteenth century to the late twentieth century. I am building on work already done during my master’s degree and expanding by examining the relationship between scientists, state-sponsored modernity initiatives, and the materials used in education.
M.A. East Asian Languages and Cultures, Columbia University, 2018
B.A. History, University of Nevada, Reno 2015 B.S. Biology, University of Nevada, Reno 2015
- History of Science, Medicine, and Technology
- East Asian History
- “Synthesizing Language: The Development of Organic Chemistry Nomenclature in China “