Thomas Michael Buoye

Thomas Buoye

Associate Professor of HistoryDepartment ChairChapman Hall 234
918-631-2825
thomas-buoye@utulsa.eduPersonal Page

Education and Degrees Earned

  • Ph.D. History, The University of Michigan
  • M.A. History, The University of Michigan
  • B.A. History, Temple University

Areas of Academic Specialty

Chinese History

Previous Relevant Work Experience

  • Present  Associate Professor and Chair, Department of History, University of Tulsa.
  • Research Associate, Center for Chinese Studies, University of Michigan
  • 2001, 1999  Visiting Associate Professor at the University of Aveiro, Portugal, Masters Program in Chinese Studies.
  • 1998-1999  Visiting Associate Professor and Program Director, Center for Chinese Studies,
    University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
  • 1992-1998  Assistant Professor of History and Director of International Studies Certificate Program, University of Tulsa.
  • 1991-1992  Adjunct Assistant Professor of History, University of Illinois at Chicago.
  • 1991-1992  Director, China Statistics Archives, University of Illinois at Chicago.
  • 1987-1991  Assistant Director and Managing Editor, China Statistics Archives, University
    of Illinois at Chicago.
  • 1986  Lecturer, Department of History, University of Illinois at Chicago.
  • 1983-84 Assistant to the Editor, The University of Michigan Center for Chinese Studies
    Publications.

Courses Taught at TU

  • China/Japan Antiquty 1800 (HIST 2613)

Publications

  • Killing the Family in Eighteenth-Century Shandong: Poverty, Despair and Judicial Politics
    “Shiba shji Shandong di shahai qinren anjian: pinqiong, juewang yu sifa shenpanzhong de zhengzhi caozuo” (Killing the Family in Eighteenth-Century Shandong: Poverty, Despair and Judicial Politics), in Ming-Qing Falu Yunzuozhong de Chuanli yu Wenhua, edited by Chiu Pengsheng. Taibei: Lianjing Chubansi, 2008, pp. 255-74.
  • “Filial Felons: Leniency and Legal Reasoning in Qing China"
    Writing and Law in Late Imperial China: Crime, Conflict, and Judgment, edited by Robert C. Hegel and Katherine Carlitz. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2007, pp. 109-24.
  • “A Qing Dynasty Murder Case: Ms. Zhou and her lover, Yuan Ren Conspire to Kill Her Husband, Wen Shaolong”
    China Mirror. http://www.chinamirror.org/module.asp