Harvard Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies · An Environmental Drama in Northern Song China, with Ling Zhang In the drama of Chinese history, the environment – and the Yellow River […]
Anne Reinhardt’s “Navigating Semi-Colonialism” examines steam navigation—introduced by foreign powers to Chinese waters in the mid-nineteenth century—as a constitutive element of the treaty system to illuminate both conceptual and concrete aspects of this regime, arguing for the specificity of China’s experience, its continuities with colonialism in other contexts, and its links to global processes.
Harvard Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies · Chinese Investment in Post-Brexit Europe, with Philippe Le Corre Europe’s post-2008 financial crises have provided opportunities for Chinese overseas investment in cash-strapped European
Harvard Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies · Chinese Reformers, Western Economists, and "Unlikely Partners," with Julian Gewirtz China has a long and complex history of interacting with foreign thinkers. After
Harvard Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies · Corruption in China on the Eve of the 19th Party Congress, with Michael Forsythe Michael Forsythe is a New York Times journalist who
Is heavy-handed state intervention killing entrepreneurship in China? William Kirby, Spangler Family Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School, T. M. Chang Professor of China Studies at Harvard University, and Chairman of the Harvard China Fund explains.