New York Times reporter and RSEA student, Helen Gao, interviews Former Fairbank Center Director Roderick MacFarquhar for the NYT’s Sinosphere.
In this book, Hilde De Weerdt makes an important intervention in cultural and intellectual history by examining censorship and publicity together during Song China.
Professor Steven Goldstein, Associate at the Harvard University Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies, gives his expert opinion on what this historic meeting means for China and Taiwan.
In this book, Nara Dillon traces the origins of the Chinese welfare state from the 1940s through the 1960s, when such inequalities emerged and were institutionalized, to uncover the reasons why the state failed to achieve this goal.
In this book, Sukhee Lee posits an alternative understanding of the relationship between the state and social elites in the middle period of Chinese imperial history.