This talk draws contrasts and similarities between the periods of Hu-Wen era and the Xi era through the prism of journalist-state relations.
The Stanford Center for East Asian Studies will host a talk by Manling Luo, Associate Professor of Chinese Literature at Indiana University.
The UCLA Center for Chinese Studies will host Phillip E. Bloom, Assistant Professor of Est Asian Art History at Indiana University, Bloomington.
The Carolina Asia Center presents a lecture by Ian Johnson, Pulitzer Prize-winning writer for The New York Times, The New Yorker, and National Geographic.
The conference will feature up to sixteen student presentations of original research on any aspect of premodern (technically, beginnings to 1911) Chinese humanistic culture, drawing on but not limited to the traditional disciplines of history, literature, religion, art, social sciences, and thought.
The Institute for Chinese Studies presents the "China in Transition" Lecture Series with Yu-Yin Cheng, Professor of History and International Studies at Marymount Manhattan College.
The Center for Buddhist Studies at Stanford presents Wendi L. Adamek as she examines tathagatagarbha-related texts used in sites in 6th-7th century North China or written by figures active in that milieu.
The UC Berkeley Institute of East Asian Studies will host James Reilly, Professor of Government and International Relations at the University of Sydney, to discuss China's economic statecraft toward Myanmar and North Korea.