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Updated July 2020
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Speakers:Jen-Hsiang Chuang, Deputy Director-General at Centers for Disease Control, TaiwanSteve Kuo, President, National Yang-Ming University, TaiwanModerators:Winnie Yip, Professor of the Practice of Global Health Policy and Economics in the Department of Global Health and Population, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health; Director, China Heal…
 
Speaker: Min Ye, Associate Professor of International Relations, Pardee School of Global Studies, Boston University.Moderator: Michael Szonyi, Frank Wen-Hsiung Wu Memorial Professor of Chinese History; Director, Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies, Harvard UniversityChina’s Belt and Road Initiative, pronounced by Chinese leader Xi Jinping as the “p…
 
Speaker: Chris Nielsen, Executive Director, Harvard China ProjectChris Nielsen is the executive director of the Harvard-China Project on Energy, Economy and Environment. Working with faculty at collaborating Chinese universities and across the schools of Harvard, he has managed and developed the interdisciplinary China Project from its inception.Th…
 
Can Sino-Russian Territorial Dispute Settlement be an example for Russia and Japan?Speakers:Alexander Lukin and Olga Puzanova, Higher School of Economics, MoscowAlexander Lukin is Head of the Department of International Relations at National Research University Higher School of Economics, Director of the Center for East Asian and Shanghai Cooperati…
 
Speaker: Scott Kennedy, Senior Adviser and Trustee Chair in Chinese Business and Economics at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS)An American policy to economically decouple from China is a radical idea, and if adopted, would cause substantial damage to American interests. Policies based on “managed interdependence” would be mo…
 
Speaker: James Mulvenon, Director of Intelligence Integration, SOSi Intelligence Solutions GroupJames Mulvenon is Director of Intelligence Integration for SOSi’s Intelligence Solutions Group, where he has recruited and trained a team of nearly fifty Chinese, Russian, Korean, Arabic, Farsi, Dari, Pashto, and Urdu linguist-analysts performing researc…
 
Dr. William Overholt, Senior Research Fellow, Harvard Kennedy School, presents the first of the Fairbank Center's online lectures as part of the Critical Issues Confronting China Lecture Series. This series is hosted by Professor Ezra F. Vogel.William Overholt joined the Rajawali Foundation Institute for Asia in July 2008 and conducts research on d…
 
Speakers:Barry Bloom, Joan L. and Julius H. Jacobson Research Professor of Public Health, Harvard Chan School of Public HealthYanzhong Huang, Senior Fellow for Global Health, Council on Foreign Relations; Professor, Seton Hall University School of Diplomacy and International RelationsDavid S. Jones, A. Bernard Ackerman Professor of the Culture of M…
 
Speaker: Samantha PowerU.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations, 2013-2017Anna Lindh Professor of the Practice of Global Leadership and Public Policy, Harvard Kennedy School of GovernmentWilliam D. Zabel Professor of Practice in Human Rights, Harvard Law SchoolAmbassador Samantha Power is the Anna Lindh Professor of the Practice of Globa…
 
U.S./China relations have seen huge shifts over the past decade. Jane Perlez, former Beijing Bureau Chief for The New York Times, witnessed much of it during her seven years reporting from China.On the Trail of Xi Jinping follows the rise of China’s current leader, and how the West got him so wrong. From clinking champagne glasses at the State Depa…
 
Speaker: Justin Yifu Lin,World Bank Chief Economist, 2008-2012Dean, Institute of New Structural EconomicsDean, Institute for South-South Cooperation and DevelopmentProfessor and Honorary DeanNational School of DevelopmentPeking UniversityCo-sponsored by:Harvard College Association of U.S.-China RelationsHarvard College China ForumInternational Rela…
 
Carroll Bogert (AB '83, AM '86) is president of The Marshall Project and previously deputy executive director at Human Rights Watch. Before joining Human Rights Watch in 1998, she spent twelve years as a foreign correspondent for Newsweek in China, Southeast Asia, and the Soviet Union. She was awarded the 2019 Centennial Medal Citation by Harvard's…
 
Speakers:Katherine Alexander, Assistant Professor of Chinese, University of Colorado at BoulderRiley Brett-Roche, The Mellon International Dissertation Research Fellow (2018); PhD Candidate in History, Stanford UniversityXiaosong Gao, Director, The Za Library; Associate at the Department of EALC, Harvard UniversityMichael Szonyi, Frank Wen-Hsiung W…
 
"No Great Wall: Trade, Tariffs, and Nationalism in Republican China, 1927–1945" (Harvard Asia Center, 2017), an in-depth study of Nationalist tariff policy, fundamentally challenges the widely accepted idea that the key to the Communist seizure of power in China lay in the incompetence of Chiang Kai-shek’s Nationalist government. It argues instead …
 
Speaker: Craig Allen, President, US-China Business CouncilThis event is part of the "China Economy Lecture Series," hosted by Professor Meg Rithmire at the Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies, Harvard University.On July 26, 2018, Craig Allen began his tenure in Washington, DC, as the sixth President of the United States-China Business Council (USCB…
 
Speaker: Wilt L. Idema, Professor of Chinese Literature Emeritus, Harvard UniversityWhen the Precious Scroll of the Red Gauze was first introduced to the academic world, it was presented as the earliest work in the genre, as its edition was believed to date from the Yuan dynasty (1260-1368). By now it is acknowledged that this edition only dates fr…
 
Speaker: Ezra Vogel, Author; Henry Ford II Professor of the Social Sciences Emeritus, Harvard UniversityWith brief presentations by:Richard Dyck, former President, Teredyne, JapanPaula Harrell, School of Continuing Studies, Georgetown UniversityModerator: Elizabeth Perry, Henry Rosovsky Professor of Government; Director, Harvard-Yenching InstituteS…
 
Why does law matter (and why wouldn't it) in Taiwan? Professor Margaret Lewis talks to the "Harvard on China" podcast about law in Taiwan, 'dinosaur judges,' public debates around same-sex marriage, law schools, and Taiwan's upcoming 2020 presidential election. Professor Margaret Lewis’s research focuses on law in mainland China and Taiwan with an …
 
2019 marks 30 years since the events at Tiananmen Square in Beijing, in June 1989. The Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies at Harvard University discusses the impact of the Tiananmen massacre 30 years later. Speakers:Hao Jian, Professor, Beijing Film AcademyLouisa Lim, Senior Lecturer, University of Melbourne; Author, The People’s Republic of Amnes…
 
Mandopop: 40 Years of Chinese Popular Music and CultureSpeakers:GAO Xiaosong 高曉松FANG Wenshan 方文山LO Ta-yu 羅大佑YIN Yue 尹約Moderated by TIAN Xiaofei 田曉菲 and Li Jie 李潔, sponsored by the Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies, Harvard University.Please note that this recording is in Mandarin Chinese.By Harvard Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies
 
Speaker: Paul Cohen, Fairbank Center AssociateIn his memoir Paul Cohen, one of the West’s preeminent historians of China, traces the development of his work from its inception in the early 1960s to the present, offering fresh perspectives that consistently challenge us to think more deeply about China and the historical craft in general. The book’s…
 
“From ‘Touches of History’ to ‘Exercises in Thought’: My Views on May Fourth and May Fourth Studies” (从“触摸历史”到“思想操练”——我看五四以及五四研究)Chen Pingyuan 陳平原 (Peking University) presents the second keynote speech at the Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies' "May 4th @ 100: China and the World" conference. With welcome and opening remarks by Professors David De…
 
Rudolf Wagner (University of Heidelberg) presents the opening keynote speech at the Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies' "May 4th @ 100: China and the World" conference. With welcome and opening remarks by Professors David Der-wei Wang (Harvard University), Michael Szonyi (Harvard University) and Zhaoguang Ge 葛兆光 (Fudan University). Hosted by Harva…
 
Susan Thornton was Acting Assistant Secretary for East Asian and Pacific Affairs at the Department of State during the first 18 months of the Trump administration. Prior to her departure, Thornton led East Asia policy-making amid crises with North Korea, escalating trade tensions with China, and a generally deteriorating environment in the United S…
 
Speaker: Derek Scissors – American Enterprise InstituteDerek M. Scissors is a resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), where he focuses on the Chinese and Indian economies and on US economic relations with Asia. He is concurrently chief economist of the China Beige Book.Dr. Scissors is the author of the China Global Investment T…
 
Denise Y. Ho is assistant professor of twentieth-century Chinese history at Yale University, and the author of "Curating Revolution: Politics on Display of Mao’s China" (2018). Using a wide variety of primary sources, including Shanghai’s municipal and district archives and oral history, "Curating Revolution" depicts displays of revolution and hist…
 
A panel discussion at the Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies, Harvard University, on Taiwan's 2018 election. Panelists:Ming-sho Ho, National Taiwan UniversityChang-ling Huang, National Taiwan UniversitySteven Goldstein, Sophia Smith Professor of Government, Emeritus, Smith CollegeBy Harvard Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies
 
On the eve of International Women’s Day in 2015, the Chinese government arrested five feminist activists and jailed them for 37 days. The Feminist Five became a global cause célèbre, with Hillary Clinton speaking out on their behalf, and activists inundating social media with #FreetheFive messages. But the Feminist Five are only symbols of a much l…
 
Speaker: Stephen Owen, Harvard UniversityStephen Owen is a sinologist specializing in premodern literature, lyric poetry, and comparative poetics. Much of his work has focused on the middle period of Chinese literature (200-1200), however, he has also written on literature of the early period and the Qing. Owen has written or edited dozens of books…
 
Speaker: Stephen Owen, Harvard UniversityStephen Owen is a sinologist specializing in premodern literature, lyric poetry, and comparative poetics. Much of his work has focused on the middle period of Chinese literature (200-1200), however, he has also written on literature of the early period and the Qing. Owen has written or edited dozens of books…
 
Speaker: Adrian Zenz, Lecturer in social research methods, European School of Culture & Theology, Germany. Dr. Zenz is author of the recently published paper, '"Thoroughly Reforming Them Towards a Healthy Heart Attitude" - China's Political Re-Education Campaign in Xinjiang,' (Central Asian Survey 2018). Moderator: Mark Elliott, Vice Provost, Inter…
 
Panelists:Fabio Lanza, University of ArizonaEllen Schrecker, Yeshiva UniversityAndrew Gordon, Harvard UniversityJoseph Esherick, University of California San DiegoSugata Bose, Harvard UniversityLien-Hang Nguyen, Columbia UniversityBruce Cumings, University of ChicagoModerator: Karen Thornber, Harvard University Asia CenterOrganized by: Arunabh Ghos…
 
As the role of “strongman” leaders on the world stage appears to be on the rise, this panel examines “strongman politics” in a comparative context. In May 2018, Time Magazine proclaimed in an article that “The ‘Strongmen Era’ Is Here” (Time, May 3, 2018). Highlighting Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping’s tightening authoritarianism in Russia and China, …
 
Xi Jinping is consolidating power just as China has embarked on an unprecedented push to become a global and technological power. Xi’s followers are fashioning an economic and administrative system that they hope can achieve these ambitious goals. Some parts of this multi-stranded program will succeed and some will fail. The global economy—and glob…
 
In the drama of Chinese history, the environment - and the Yellow River (Huang He) in particular - plays a major role. The river's breaching of its northern banks in the year 1048, for example, precipitated an environmental catastrophe that caused political and economic turmoil in the Northern Song dynasty (960-1127 CE). Ling Zhang examines this ca…
 
Graham Allison, Douglas Dillon Professor of Government at Harvard Kennedy School, asks how America and China can escape future conflict. Discussed by Roderick MacFarquhar, Leroy B. Williams Professor of History at Harvard University, and Oriana Skylar Mastro, Assistant Professor of Security Studies at the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, …
 
China's leaders often invoke the "century of humiliation" at the hands of foreigners as a means to promote national unity and garner public support for China's return to great power status. An historical metaphor for outside intervention is the vivid image of foreigners "dividing China up like a melon." As Rudolf Wagner explains, however, this meta…
 
From 1966 to 1968, youth in urban China were embroiled in factional battles in what many of them believed to be a revolution of a lifetime. Guobin Yang explores how this factional violence was the result of the enactment of China's earlier revolutionary tradition, and how echoes of this tradition persist in online forums. Guobin Yang is the Grace L…
 
Mary Gallagher is a Professor of Political Science at the University of Michigan, where she is also the Director of the Center for Chinese Studies. Professor Gallagher researches the relationships between capitalism, law and democracy, which she examines in her latest book, “Authoritarian Legality in China: Law, Workers and the State” from Cambridg…
 
Kaiser Kuo is a household name among China watchers as host of the Sinica Podcast with Jeremy Goldkorn, a current affairs podcast that invites prominent China journalists and China-watchers to participate in uncensored discussions about Chinese political and economic affairs. Before launching the podcast, however, Kaiser was the guitarist in the Ch…
 
As President Trump returns from his first visit to China as Commander-in-Chief, how is U.S. foreign policy reacting to a new administration in Washington and a new rising power in Beijing? The Harvard Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies and Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation present Ambassador and Harvard Kennedy School Professor N…
 
The collapse of communist regimes at the end of the Cold War led to a “third wave” of democratization across the world. Despite this, five nominally communist regimes still survive, including the ruling Chinese Communist Party, and today a rising number of nation states appear to be embracing authoritarianism. Martin Dimitrov, Associate Professor o…
 
Roderick MacFarquhar, Leroy B. Williams Professor of History and Political Science and former Director of the Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies, explores the rise of Xi Jinping.Hosted by Ezra F Vogel at Harvard University's Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies.By Harvard Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies
 
The Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies presents a panel discussion to celebrate the launch of our world-debut exhibition of Cultural Revolution-era artworks.This is the first time that these works, including "dazibao" (or “big-character posters”), have been publicly displayed since the Cultural Revolution (1966-1976).Panelists:Denise Ho, Assistant…
 
The Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies and the Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation present a panel discussion with exclusive insight and opinions on China’s 19th Party Congress. Moderator:Mark Elliott, Vice Provost of International Affairs and Mark Schwartz Professor of Chinese and Inner Asian History, Harvard UniversityPanelists:A…
 
James Steinberg, University Professor of Social Science, International Affairs, and Law at Syracuse University, presents the Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies' 2017 Neuhauser Lecture. In the past year, the leaders of China and the United States laid out their respective visions for future peace and prosperity in widely noted speeches at Davos (Pr…
 
Digital methods are a developing field in the humanities and social sciences that is still little understood by many in the academy. Dr. Donald Sturgeon is a former Fairbank Center An Wang Postdoctoral Fellow, founder of the Chinese Text Project, and currently teaching digital methods at Harvard University. Based on his class at Harvard, Donald dis…
 
The U.S. has maintained a policy of engagement with the People’s Republic of China since Richard Nixon normalized relations with Mao Zedong in 1972. But how is 'engagement' actually understood in Washington and Beijing? And has engagement changed under the new Trump administration? Orville Schell is Arthur Ross Director of the Center on U.S.-China …
 
Gary King, Weatherhead University Professor at Harvard University and Director of Harvard's Institute for Quantitative Social Science, talks to the "Harvard on China" podcast about his latest research into online censorship in China. Professor King is the co-author of a 2017 article, "How the Chinese Government Fabricates Social Media Posts for Str…
 
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