Impact and Outreach 多面合作
Solidifying the Fairbank Center as the leading institute for academic and policy-relevant scholarship on China.
At the core of the Fairbank Center’s mission is the advancement of scholarship on Chinese Studies. Our dedication to supporting and publishing groundbreaking research, engaging in extensive public events, hosting public exhibitions, and launching our public blog and podcast series, aim to enhance literacy on China at Harvard, at other centers of education, and in public discourse.
Fairbank Center Blog
Fairbank Center Podcasts
A Post-19th Party Congress Guide to China’s New Leadership
China’s Leaders of Party and State after the 13th NPC and CPPCC
China’s Economic Governance
Exhibition: Exhibiting the Cultural Revolution: "Dazibao" and Woodcuts from 1960s China
This exhibition presents the first-ever exhibition of big character posters and woodblock prints from the Cultural Revolution in the United States, and the first time that these dazibao have been exhibited anywhere in the world. To accompany the exhibition, we are holding a number of academic activities to encourage scholarly analysis on the remarkable objects displayed in the exhibition, and to promote new understanding and new interpretations about the period that produced them.
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Exhibition: The Watercolors of Wilma Fairbank
Exhibition: The Photography of Sha Fei: Photography and Propaganda in Wartime China
Sha Fei’s photographs invoke instantly recognizable images of wartime China. From posters to newspapers and history textbooks, his unique portrayal of the instability of the 1930s and 1940s inform a new visualization of CCP propaganda.
Curated by Professors Eugene Wang (Professor of Asian Art, Harvard University) and Chiao-mei Liu (National Taiwan University, 2015–16 TUSA Scholar), this exhibition explores Sha Fei’s influence on CCP visual culture and the Chinese revolution. The photographic prints on display were generously donated by Sha Fei’s daughter, Wang Yan, to the Harvard Yenching Library.