Migration

Course with new focus on China: Culture and Place

August 15, 2007

Professor Carolyn Cartier will offer Geography 325 in Fall 2007.

Zhang, Strangers in the City: Reconfigurations of Space, Power, and Social Networks within China's Floating Population, 2001

January 1, 2001

Philippe Foret reviews the book for H-Urban, February 2003, credit H-Asia.

Asian American Women: Jean Kwak, Girl In Translation

Meet Jean Kwak, author of Girl In Translation.

Remembering Angel Island

The Chinese American Museum's Remembering Angel Island exhibition commemorates the 100th year anniversary of the opening of Angel Island Immigration Station through its history, legacy, and unforgettable stories.

Exceptional and Chinese: Beyond China and the West

University of Singapore professor Wang Gungwu examines perceptions of the "exceptional" Chinese who left China and implications for today's China.

Social Ties, Resources, and Migrant Labor Contention in Contemporary China: From Peasants to Protesters

The Sigur Center for Asian Studies at the George Washington University presents Jeffrey Becker, speaking about his book, "Social Ties, Resources, and Migrant Labor Contention in Contemporary China: From Peasants to Protesters."

Last Train Home

The USC School of Cinematic Arts invites all audiences to attend a preview screening of a film that discusses migrant workers.

University of Texas-Austin Conference, "Trans-Pacific China in the Cold War"

This conference brings together an international group of scholars to consider new research highlighting cultural and social productions emerging from diasporic Chinese amidst the political fissures of the Cold War

Barking 吠

The UCLA International Institute presents the film, "Barking," as part of their 2014 China Onscreen Biennial: Spectrum.

China Anthropology Colloquium Series: Dilemmas of Transnational Migration among Chinese Only-Children

Professor Vanessa Fong will lead a discussion on her research of Chinese children who study abroad in many parts of the world.

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Events

January 21, 2021 - 4:00pm

Joshua Goldstein talks about his new book looking at the history of the recycling industry in China.

January 28, 2021 - 4:00pm

Jennifer Pan examines how China's major social assistance program, Dibao, has been used to quell dissent.