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Transnational Turns and the Future of China Studies
May 12 - May 13 | Virtual and In Person
What does it mean to do China studies at this global conjuncture? What has “transnational” got to do with it, why now, and why again? What future promises and possibilities can it still bring? This two-day workshop featuring multi-disciplinary scholars of China and Chinese studies, as well as a conversation with Rey Chow, Duke University, on the thirtieth anniversary of her publication Writing Diaspora: Tactics of Intervention in Contemporary Cultural Studies (Indiana University Press, 1993). For full workshop description and program, please click here.
This event will be held in person in Humanities 1, Room 210. For participants who would like to join the workshop virtually, please register here.
Organized by the Transnational China research hub, a seed project at the Humanities Institute, funded by the UCSC Office of Research. Co-sponsored by UCLA School of Theater, Film, and Television and the Fudan-UC Center on Contemporary China.