Morris Rossabi

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Morris Rossabi is an American historian and associate adjunct professor at Columbia University.[1] He specialises in Inner Asian, East Asian, and Chinese history.[1][2]

Morris Rossabi was born in Alexandria, Egypt. He moved to the United States when he was young and then received his PhD from Columbia University in 1970.[2]

He was a Distinguished Professor of History at Queens College,[3] and is a published author.[4] He received an honorary doctorate from the National University of Mongolia in 2009.[2] In 2011, he also delivered the W. Allyn Rickett-endowed lecture at University of Pennsylvania about Mongol influence on Ming China.[5] He received a Certificate of Merit from the Mongolian Ministry of Foreign Affairs at the Mongolian Embassy to the United Nations in 2021.[1]


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