David Curtis Wright (PhD, Princeton) is Associate Professor of History at the University of Calgary. His research and writing interests include the histories of mainland China, Taiwan, Mongolia, the Mongol conquest of China, and China’s current engagement in Arctic affairs. He is the author of From War to Diplomatic Parity in Eleventh-Century China: Sung’s Foreign Relations with Kitan Liao (2005), The Dragon Eyes the Top of the World: Arctic Policy Debate and Discussion in China (2011), and The History of China, 2nd ed (2011). He is co-founder and co-editor of the Journal of Chinese Military History.
RECENT PUBLICATIONS BY DAVID CURTIS WRIGHT
Opinion: Why Won Alexander Cumyow is the best candidate for the new $5 bill
Canada is caught in the middle of a second Cold War
The Dragon and Great Power Rivalry at the Top of the World: China’s Hawkish, Revisionist Voices Within Mainstream Discourse on Arctic Affairs