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Gufran Beig – Anatomy of Extreme Pollution Event in a Megacity: Delhi

Jennifer Altehenger – A History of Legal Lessons: law, propaganda, and the state in socialist China

David Barboza – Business and the State

Rob Efird – Nature for Nurture: Environmental Education, Nature Experience, and the Healthy Chinese Child

Jennifer Hsieh – Noise, Decibels, and the Paradox of Reproducibility in Urban Taiwan

David Yang – Historical Traumas and the Roots of Political Distrust: Political Inference from the Great Chinese Famine

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Martha Hanson – Heaven and Earth Are Within One’s Grasp (Qian Kun zai wo 乾坤在握): The Handy Mind in Late Imperial Chinese Medicine

Tony Saich and Jesse Turiel – Polling China: Understanding Public Opinion Across China

Leta Hong Fincher – The Feminist Awakening in China

Jing-Bao Nie – In search of a Benevolent Polity: Eldery Suicide in China and a Confucian Socio-Ethical Vision of Eldercare

Jing-Bao Nie – Reclaiming a sense of common humanity: a Chinese vision for transcultural and global bioethics

China’s War on Smuggling: Law, Economic Life, and the Making of the Modern State, 1842–1965

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Lan Pei-Chia – Raising Global Families: Global Parenting and Class Inequality in Taiwan

East Asian Legal Studies Open House

Panel Discussion: The End of Concern: Maoist China, Activism, and Asian Studies

Frank Lavin – Is China ready for the international major leagues?

Fabio Lanza – Liberation through Labor? The Urban Commune Experiment in Beijing

China’s Anti-Poverty Miracle?

Panel Discussion – Strongman Politics in the 21st Century

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Wen-Yi Huang – Families Divided: Migration and Those Left Behind in Fifth- and Sixth-Century China

Tansen Sen – India, China, and the World: A Connected History

William Alford – Learn from the Past to Appreciate the Present, That is What Makes One a Teacher 溫故而知新,可以為師矣: Confucius, Cohen (s) and Contemporary China

Jerome A. Cohen – Law and Power in China and in Its Foreign Relations

Su-Bing Chang – Taiwan Biographical Database: An Introduction

Tony Saich – Xi’s Policy Challenges: Some Questions for Discussion

Ho Ming-Sho – Standoff and Improvisation in Eventful Protests: Taiwan’s Sunflower Movement and Hong Kong’s Umbrella Movement

The Complex India-China Strategic Relationship: Can the Two Asian Powers Rise Peacefully?

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