Julia M. Famularo is a research affiliate at the Project 2049 Institute and a seventh-year doctoral candidate in modern East and Central Asian political history at Georgetown University. She is currently a Yale University International Security Studies Predoctoral Fellow. Ms. Famularo previously served as the Editor-in-Chief of the Georgetown Journal of International Affairs. She has contributed articles to publications such as The National Interest and The Diplomat.

Her recent research grants include the United States NSEP Boren Fellowship (People’s Republic of China); Smith Richardson Foundation World Politics and Statecraft Fellowship (Nepal and India); and United States Fulbright Fellowship (Taiwan).

Ms. Famularo previously earned an M.A. in History from Georgetown University; an M.A. in East Asian Studies from Columbia University; and a B.A. in East Asian Studies and Spanish Literature from Haverford College. She has lived and traveled extensively in the People's Republic of China, ethnographic Tibet, Xinjiang, and Taiwan.

Last Updated: October 13, 2014

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