|Born||March 9, 1909|
Marshfield, Massachusetts, United States
|Died||November 3, 2003 (aged 94)|
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
|Institutions||University of Pennsylvania|
Bodde received his undergraduate degree from Harvard University in 1930. He spent six years (1931-1937) studying in China on a fellowship. He earned a doctorate in Chinese Studies from the University of Leiden in 1938. When the Fulbright scholarship program was initiated in 1948, Bodde was the first American recipient of a one-year fellowship, which he spent studying in Beijing.
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