This year's Joseph Levenson Book Prize goes to the 2021 work making "the greatest contribution to increasing understanding of the history, culture, society, politics, or economy of China."
Gail Hershatter and Emily Honig, "Prosperity's Predicament: Wartime Rural Sichuan in the collaborative work by Isabel Crook and Christina Gilmartin"
The Fairbank Center For Chinese Studies presents Gail Hershatter and Emily Honig as a part of the Gender Studies Workshop.
This workshop series brings together scholars whose research on China in various disciplines and time periods examines the significance of gender for social, cultural, economic, and political issues. Organizer: Ellen Widmer.
Gail Hershatter is an American historian, and professor at the University of California, Santa Cruz. She graduated from Hampshire College with a B.A., from Stanford University with a M.A., and from Stanford University with a Ph.D. She was elected vice-president of the Association for Asian Studies. She was assistant director of the documentary The Gate of Heavenly Peace.
Emily Honig is a history professor at the University of California, Santa Cruz. She is also affiliated with the department of East Asian Studies and the Feminist Studies Department. She has a Ph.D. in History from Stanford University.
This will be a special session of the Gender Studies Workshop in honor of Christina Gilmartin. Reception follows.
Wherever you may be, we wish you and those close to you the very best Year of the Rabbit.
Join us for a discussion with Mike Chinoy on his new book that expands on USCI's Assignment: China series.
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