Contemporary China Studies
This presentation will be drawn from my book-in-progress, “After Eunuchs: Science and the Transformations of Sex in Modern China.” It will deal with the history of sex change and scientific modernity in twentieth-century China. By building a genealogy from the demise of castration to the emergen
Yang Rui is one of China’s best-known television hosts, and his “Dialogue” show on politics and culture is hard-hitting and frequently controversial. This is a chance to hear a well-known Chinese media figure on some of the most important issues facing Asia and the world today.
Workers Fight Back in China, Bangladesh, Cambodia, and Sri Lanka
Further information can be found on UCSB’s website.
The Duke of Cambridge has formally opened the Dickson Poon University of Oxford China Centre Building in the grounds of St Hugh’s College. The University of Oxford has been regarded as Europe’s leading centre for the study of China for some time.
On 1st October 2014, Jenny Chan delivers a talk on her PhD project (at London University) and her book, co-authored with teachers PUN Ngai and Mark SELDEN.
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The Contemporary China Studies Programme and the Institute for Chinese Studies are moving into the new Dickson Poon University of Oxford China Centre building in mid-July.
Rachel Murphy presented a paper on: ‘Rural Chinese Children’s Experiences of Care When Fathers Migrate to Africa and When Parents Migrate Internally’ at a conference on Transnational Families: Multi-actor, Multi-s