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.
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- China: Religion, Faith, and Politics
- Eating and Drinking with Strangers: Hospitality in Rural North China
Dr Mikkel Bunkenborg
- May God Bless Manchukuo: Asian crisis and the transformation of Vatican-China relations
Thomas David DuBois (Independent scholar)
- Educating Nurhaci's descendants: Manchu language training in Qing China
Lars Laamann (SOAS, University of London)
- Title tbc
Lord Stephen K. Green
- Reading as creative and social practice: Popular entertainment literature during the Cultural Revolution
Lena Henningsen (Freiburg University)
- New Sources on Late Imperial Religion: Revelation, Morality and Salvation
Prof. Vincent Goossaert (Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes)
- "China Watching" during the GPCR
- Socialist Feeling
Prof. Stephanie Hemelryk Donald (University of Lincoln & UNSW)