The China Institute coordinates activities at SOAS, University of London that relate to the study of China. The events bring together academic staff and students with diverse interests and backgrounds.
Events are free and open to the public unless otherwise stated. Admission is on a first-come, first-served basis.
For further information contact Li-Sa Whittington at the Institute on firstname.lastname@example.org
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- Why are the Chinese media Chinese?
Prof. Hugo de Burgh (University of Westminster)
- Shadow Banking in China
- Classification and Intersectional Hierarchies in Maoist China
Felix Wemheuer (Cologne University)
- China and the Death of American Comparative Law
Professor Jedidiah Joseph Kroncke (FGV Sao Paulo School of Law)
- Out of China: How the Chinese Ended the Era of Foreign Domination
Professor Robert Bickers (University of Bristol)
- Finger Crossed for the Cross-Strait Relations
Dr. Charles I-hsin Chen (SOAS)
- Ethnographies of Islam in China - An International Conference
This international conference aims to bring together scholars working across disciplinary boundaries to examine the benefits and challenges of fieldwork-based ethnographic research on Islam in China.
- Ashiq: The Last Troubadour
Q&A with the director, Liu Xiangchen
- China: An innovation superpower in the making?
Prof. George S. Yip (Imperial College London)
- Beyond Ideologies: China’s Experience in Confronting the Global Environmental Crisis
Focusing on China’s experience and approach, this debate seeks to use the case of China to enable us reflect on what the key issues are in confronting environment challenges, hopefully in a more pre-emptive way
- Crisis of Global Modernity: Asian Traditions and a Sustainable Future
Prasenjit Duara (Duke University)