Launching a groundbreaking research project on the environmental humanities and social sciences in China.
With the launch of the Harvard Global Institute to support research on environmental challenges in China, the Fairbank Center is primed to be at the forefront of environmental humanities and social sciences research.
This year, Professor Karen Thornber’s project, “Humanistic Ecologies and China: New Perspectives on Environmental Health and Climate Change” received seed grant funding from Harvard President Drew Faust to lay the groundwork for a three-year project under the Harvard Global Initiative. The project will bring a new perspective to Harvard’s existing interdisciplinary approach to climate change.
Ali Malkawi 马加维
Professor of Architectural Technology, Founding Director of the Harvard Center for Green Buildings and Cities
Malkawi is an international scholar and expert in building simulation, energy conservation, and sustainability in buildings. He teaches architectural technology and computation and conducts research in the areas of computational simulation, building performance evaluation, and advanced visualization at the HarvardRead More
Michael McElroy 迈克尔•迈克艾罗伊
Gilbert Butler Professor of Environmental Studies
Michael McElroy studies changes in the composition of the atmosphere with an emphasis on the impact of human activity. His research includes investigations of processes affecting the abundance of ozone in the stratosphere and factors influencing the chemical composition ofRead More
Artful Retreat: Garden Culture of the Qing Dynasty
Harvard China Fund, Landscape and Ecological Urbanism
Read and download our 2018-2019 Annual Report here. The 2018–19 academic year was a challenging time for all of us at the Fairbank Center who devote ourselves to the study of China. The U.S.-China bilateral relationship continues to deteriorate and there are few...
View our October 2018 Newsletter in your browser Welcome to our New Affiliates Welcome to our new affiliates for the 2018-2019 academic year! This year we are pleased to welcome four Postdoctoral Fellows, fourteen Visiting Scholars, ten Graduate Student Associates,...