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Richard Weitz: Russia, China, and the United States as Great-Power Competitors: Implications for Nuclear Security and Conflict

Rudolf Wagner – The Public Performance of Justice: The Transcultural Career of a Political Installation Across Eurasia

Matthew Wells – The Vision to Restore the Empire: Manufacturing Monarchy and Empire in the Early 4th Century

Yeling Tan – Disaggregating “China, Inc” – Explaining the Rise of Chinese State Capitalism

Huang Xiangchun – The Art of Keeping Appropriate Distance: Practicing “Ethnicity” of the “Dan” (蜑) on the Margins Through Time

Melanie Manion – Xi Jinping’s Anticorruption Campaign

Symposium – Tale of Three Cities: Urban Regeneration Through Design and Cultural Innovation

Adam Segal – The Future of US-China Technology Competition


Li Yinghua – Let Silent Stones Speak: A technological analysis of lithics and examination of cultural homogeneity and diversity in South China and Southeast Asia from 30,000 to 6,000 years ago

Julie Zhu – Life under Mao: the Cultural Revolution and the “Barefoot Doctors”

Jessica Teets – Managing Local Cadres

Workshop – Sinophone Humanities in Southeast Asia

May Fourth @ 100: China and the World

EU-China Trade and Investment Relations: A Vehicle for Cooperation or a Path to Competition?

Lim Jaehwan – The Rise and Decline of Collective Leadership in China: An Institutional Approach

May Fourth @ 100: China and the World


Douglas Paal – The Taiwan Relations Act at Forty

Dagmar Schafer – Lists, Local Gazeteers, and the True Lies of Premodern China’s Patterns of Social Mobility

Panel Discussion – China and the Middle East in the 21st Century

Paul Cohen – A Path Twice Traveled: My Journey as a Historian of China

Karl Eikenberry – The Military Dimension of Sino-American Strategic Competition

Lu Pin – Finding a Voice: A Conversation on China’s Feminist Voices

Li Jie – Maoist Cinema as a Spirit Medium


Terry Sicular – Rural Secondary Education During the Cultural Revolution: The Untold Story

Wei Shang – “The Story of the Stone” and the Visual Culture of the Manchu Court 

Paul Clifford – Huawei Technologies: World-Class Company or State Agent?

Felix Boecking | Chinese trade wars in historical perspective— No Great Wall: Trade, Tariffs, and Nationalism in Republican China, 1927-1945

Philippe Le Corre – China and Europe: Potential Partners or Systemic Rivals?

Sebastian Veg – Minjian: the Rise of China’s Grassroots Intellectuals

2019 Gender Studies Workshop: Images, Objects, and Gender in China

Yan Xuetong and Graham Allison: US-China Competition in the Age of the Knowledge Economy


The EU and China as Global Actors: The Cases of Syria and Africa


Wen Luo – The Application of GIS in the Historical Settlement Geography

Margaret K. Lewis – Why Law Matters in Taiwan

***SOLD OUT*** Mandopop: 40 Years of Chinese Popular Music and Culture

Maria Adele Carrai – Sovereignty in China and the Long Legacies of History

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