Professor of International History
Department of History
The College

5845 S Ellis Ave
Gates-Blake Hall 116
Chicago, IL, 60637
(773) 834-7585

Professor Hevia is a historian whose research has focused on empire and imperialism in eastern and central Asia. Primarily dealing with the British Empire in India and southeast Asia and the Qing empire in China, his specific concerns have been with the causes and justifications for conflict; how empire in Asia became normalized within Europe through markets, exhibitions, and various forms of public media; and how the events of the nineteenth century are remembered in contemporary China.

For more information, visit Professor Hevia's profile at the University of Chicago's Department of History.