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Judaic Studies in Modern China: Functions of a Political Agenda

The Mansfield Freeman Center for East Asian Studies hosts a discussion with Jonathan Goldstein on the politics of Judaic studies in Modern China.

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February 27, 2014 4:30pm to 6:00pm
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Dr. Jonathan Goldstein, Research Associate, Harvard University Fairbank Center

Judaic Studies in Modern China: Functions of a Political Agenda

The history of Sino-Israeli relations, pointing out how the study of anything Judaic was impossible before the 1992 establishment of diplomatic relations between China China and Israel in 1992, Sino-Israeli academic collaboration in general and Judaic Studies in China in particular expanded significantly on many Chinese campuses, as did East Asian studies in Israel.

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