We have a lot of interesting talks lined up this quarter, with scholars from various institutions, and with a focus on business-state relations and social movements/contentious protests in China.
The Autumn 2010 Workshop Schedule is below:
EAST ASIA WORKSHOP: POLITICS, ECONOMY & SOCIETY
“The Great Recession and Evolving State-Business Relations in China”
Professor Dali Yang and Junyan Jiang
Political Science, University of Chicago
“Visible Hand or Crippled Hand? Stimulation and Stabilization in China’s Real Estate Markets 2008-2010”
Professor Fubing Su
Political Science, Vassar College
“Wenren Tea – A Practice of Self-cultivation”
Master of Arts in the Social Sciences, University of Chicago
“Protest with Chinese Characteristics, Past and Present”
Professor Ho-fung Hung
Sociology, Indiana University
“Recessional Authoritarian Regime and Organized Contention”
Visiting Professor Zhenhua Su
Political Science, Zhejiang University
The workshop meets on alternative Tuesdays 4:00-5:40pm at Pick Lounge, 5828 South University Avenue.
Papers or abstracts are typically available on our website http://cas.uchicago.edu/workshops/eastasia/
Questions and comments should be directly addressed to the coordinator Jean Lin firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dali Yang (Political Science) email@example.com and Dingxin Zhao, (Sociology), firstname.lastname@example.org