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Resources

The following collections and catalogs are available in the resources section of the USC U.S.-China Institute website.
January 1, 2009
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 Fellowhips

The USCI fellowship catalog includes a variety of awards to support China-related study or research. Some of the fellowships are available from USCI, but most are offered by other institutions or agencies. Please contact the sponsoring unit for additional information. Organizations may submit announcements for possible inclusion in the index by sending them in the text of an email message to uschina@usc.edu.

 Documents

A wide variety of speeches, treaties, and government reports are included here. Categories include US-China relations, contemporary China, China prior to 1949, US-Asia affairs, US-Taiwan affairs, and contemporary Taiwan. The collection includes seminal documents such as the three US-China joint communiqués, as well as government white papers, congressional testimony, and studies produced by government agencies.

 Language Programs

The language program index includes announcements regarding intensive Chinese language programs. Programs where the primary focus is not on language acquisition are not included. Announcements for possible inclusion in the language programs list may be sent to uschina@usc.edu. They should clearly state important dates, costs, and credit options.

 Reviews

Reviews of China-focused books and films are available in this section of the website. They are listed by the last name of the author or director. Categories include US-China relations, contemporary China, pre-1949 China, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macao, and China and the World.

 Average Day

Our "on an average day" feature provides quick glimpses into China today. These short pieces are an effort to hint at the immense size and complexity of China and of the remarkable pace of change there. We welcome your comments and suggestions. Please send them to us at uschina@usc.edu or via our web contact form.

 Talking Points

USCI’s weekly e-newsletter includes a short discussion of issues in the news and provides information about China-related events, exhibitions, and screenings. Click here to subscribe or here to offer feedback on the newsletter.

 Calls for Papers

The CFP list includes calls for article and book chapter submissions as well as conference calls for paper proposals. To have your announcement considered for inclusion here, please send it in the text of an email message to uschina@usc.edu or use our web contact form.

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Events

October 15, 2020 - 4:00pm

Please join the USC U.S.-China Institute for a book talk with author David Lampton. His new book examines China’s effort to create an intercountry railway system connecting China and its seven Southeast Asian neighbors.