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"Modern China from Socio-economic and Transcultural Perspectives"学术会议

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"Modern China from Socio-economic and Transcultural Perspectives"

June 12, 2010, 9 AM - 5 PM
Room 202, Pembroke Hall
Brown University

The development of modern China is intrinsically linked to social transformations, regional reconfigurations, global markets, and transnational cultural communications. Scholars from China’s Nanjing University will engage in critical dialogues with American scholars on issues related to gender, the environment, economics, and transcultural exchanges.

 


Huamin Peng
Professor of Sociology, Nanjing University
“The Experience of Unemployment and Registered Long-term Unemployment in China: A Gender Perspective”
Discussant: John Logan, Professor of Sociology, Brown University

Junya Ma
Professor of History, Nanjing University
“A Sacrificed ‘Local’: Water-Control Decisions and the Transformation of the Huabei Social Economy, 1580-1949”
Discussant:  Peter Perdue, Professor of History, Yale University

Hong Huang
Professor of French Literature and Gender Studies, Nanjing University
“A Critical Survey of Translation and Reception of the 20th Century French Literature in China”
Discussant: Gretchen Schultz, Associate Professor of French Studies, Brown University

Jun Liu
Professor of Chinese, Nanjing University
Director of the Confucius Institute, Waterloo University, Canada
“History, Memory, and Writing: North American Chinese Literature in the Homeland Images
Discussant: Emma J. Teng, Associate Professor of Chinese Studies, Massachusetts Institute of Technology


Yajun Chen
Professor of Western Philosophy, Nanjing University
“Pragmatism in China”
Discussant: Paget Henry, Professor of Sociology and Africana Studies, Brown University

Chengzhou He
Professor of English and Drama, Nanjing University
Associate Director of the Institute for Advanced Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences
Co-Director, Nanjing-Brown Joint Program in Gender Studies and the Humanities
“Intercultural Theater: Adaptations and Staging of Western Plays in China”
Discussant: Haiping H. Yan, Professor and Director of the Graduate Field in Theatre Studies, Cornell University

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