Jared Hall is a history and social sciences educator based in northwest Connecticut. On his bookshelf you'll find books on Chinese history and philosophy, transnational studies on topics like gender and empire, and studies on education. At the Hotchkiss School, he teaches second-year Humanities History and elective courses on East Asia and has supported student programs to Beijing/Shanghai, Buenos Aires, Cuba, and Tibet. Before his time at Hotchkiss, he served as a teacher and assistant dean at the Dalton Academy, an international program within the Affiliated High School of Peking University in Beijing. Prior to that, he taught at several other schools in China, where he gained extensive proficiency in Mandarin through grants from the U.S. Department of Education and the Chinese Scholarship Council. He holds an M.A. in modern Chinese history from George Washington University. He and his wife Lei Pan, a Mandarin instructor at the Millbrook School, live with their son, Jules, and two cats.
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