Graduate Student, History, UCLA
王悠 Wáng Yōu is a doctoral candidate in History at UCLA. Her dissertation “Crafting the Waterscape: Environmental Governance and Rural Communities in Early Modern China (1400-1850)” examines the establishment and evolution of communal water governance in Jiangnan (aka Greater Shanghai Area). Her teaching interests include environmental, economic, and gender history in both Chinese and global settings. Prior to joining UCLA, Yōu received her Bachelor of Economics from Zhejiang University and Master of Arts in History from the University of Chicago.