Jarmila Ptáčková, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Czech Republic
Andrew Grant, University of Colorado Boulder
Moderated by Nancy Levine, UCLA
Time to be announced
This conference will explore super and middle powers in an era of strategic competition, financial regulation, industrial policy and green goods, and industrial policy, ip, investment, and trade conflict.
Initiated in 2014, the annual Stanford-Berkeley Graduate Student Conference on Pre-modern Chinese Humanities brings together graduate students from around the country and around the world who specialize in the pre-modern period to discuss innovative research on China.
Friday-Saturday, April 5-6, 2019
On this 30th year since the Tiananmen Square protests and crackdown, join us for a screening of an episode of the "Assignment: China" series on American media coverage of China. Journalist Mike Chinoy, former CNN Beijing Bureau Chief, will share his reflections.
Thirty years ago this spring, China faced a dramatic turning point in its modern history – the Tiananmen Square protests for political reform, and the military crackdown that crushed it.
The talk focuses on the historical layers of economic and cultural resources, multi-ethnic identities, and strategic footprints across the oceans from Canton to Zanzibar. It also highlights potential paths of development and contestations.
Junko Habu, Professor of Anthropology, UC Berkeley
Institute of East Asian Studies (IEAS), UC Berkeley Mongolia Initiative, Center for Southeast Asia Studies, Center for Japanese Studies (CJS), Center for Korean Studies (CKS), Center for Chinese Studies (CCS)
Please join us for a discussion on "The State Strikes Back: The End of Economic Reform in China?," with Nicholas Lardy on Tuesday, April 30th for lunch in San Francisco, and Wednesday, May 1st for breakfast in Los Angeles.