- Carthage College
Professor Stephen Udry has traveled extensively throughout Asia, and has resided in Taiwan, where he taught English for five years. He also has visited China, Japan, Korea, Nepal, Tibet and Thailand. His dissertation was Muttering Mystics: Manchu Shamanism.
Prof. Udry earned his A.B. degree from Columbia College, Columbia University, and his M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Washington. He joined the Carthage faculty in 2000.
Professor Stephen Udry has traveled extensively throughout Asia, and has resided in Taiwan, where he taught English for five years. He teaches courses in issues in Asian history, religious rebellion in China, and modern China and Japan.
Director, Asian Studies Program; Professor of History and Asian Studies
- Ph.D., M.A. — University of Washington
- A.B. — Columbia University
- HIS 1200 Issues in Asian History
- HIS 2200 Historical Methods
- HIS 200T Topics in History: Religious Rebellion in China
- HIS 3400 Modern China
- HIS 3450 Modern Japan
- HIS 4000 Senior Seminar
What students say
“The classes I took with Professor Udry were very engaging. He has a welcoming demeanor and encourages discussion throughout his classes. He also pushes students in a way that does not simply increase their stress level. His advice encourages students to brave academic storms and challenge themselves.” — Brittany Mueller ’12