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新时代中美关系:新挑战,新机遇

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时间:2018年1月11日(周四) 10:00-12:00

地点: C105

主持人:王栋 副教授

嘉宾: Steven Goldstein,Robert Ross,Joseph Fewsmith,Michael Szonyi,Alanna Krolikowski

主题:新时代中美关系:新挑战,新机遇

语言:英语

主办:中美人文交流研究基地、美国研究中心

Time: 10:00 am.-12:00 pm., January 11th, 2018

Venue: C105

Moderator: Dr. Wang Dong

Speaker: Steven Goldstein,Robert Ross,Joseph Fewsmith,Michael Szonyi,Alanna Krolikowski

Topic: Roundtable on the China-U.S. Relations in the New Era: Challenges and Opportunities

Language: English

Co-Hosts: Institute for China-US People to People Exchange, American Studies Center, Peking University

 

嘉宾简历/Bios:

Steven Glodstein taught in the Smith College Department of Government from 1968 to 2016. He is now the director of the Taiwan Studies Workshop and associate at the Fairbank Center at Harvard University. He has been a visiting faculty member at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Columbia University, and the Naval War College. Goldstein's research has been focused on issues of Chinese domestic and foreign policy as well as cross-strait relations. His most recent publication is China and Taiwan (Polity Press, 2015).

Robert S. Ross is Professor of Political Science at Boston College and Associate, John King Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies, Harvard University. He received his Ph.D. in Political Science from Columbia University in 1984. He has taught at Columbia University and at the University of Washington and in 1989 was a Guest Scholar at the Brookings Institution in Washington, D.C. In 1994-1995 he was Fulbright Professor at the Chinese Foreign Affairs College, in 2003 he was a Visiting Senior Fellow at the Institute of International Strategic Studies, Qinghua University, Beijing, and in 2014 was Visiting Scholar, School of International Relations, Peking University. In 2009 he was Visiting Scholar, Institute for Strategy, Royal Danish Defence College. From 2009-2014 he has been Adjunct Professor, Institute for Defence Studies, Norwegian Defence University College.

Joseph Fewsmith is Professor of International Relations and Political Science at the Boston University Pardee School. He is the author or editor of eight books, including, most recently, The Logic and Limits of Political Reform in China (January 2013). Other works include China since Tiananmen (2nd edition, 2008) and China Today, China Tomorrow (2010). Other books include Elite Politics in Contemporary China (2001), The Dilemmas of Reform in China: Political Conflict and Economic Debate (1994), and Party, State, and Local Elites in Republican China: Merchant Organizations and Politics in Shanghai, 1890-1930 (1985). He is one of the seven regular contributors to the China Leadership Monitor, a quarterly web publication analyzing current developments in China.

Fewsmith travels to China regularly and is active in the Association for Asian Studies and the American Political Science Association. His articles have appeared in such journals as Asian Survey, Comparative Studies in Society and History, The China Journal, The China Quarterly, Current History, The Journal of Contemporary China, Problems of Communism, and Modern China. He is an associate of the John King Fairbank Center for East Asian Studies at Harvard University and the Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer Range Future at Boston University.

Michael Szonyi is Professor of Chinese History and Director of the Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies at Harvard University. He is a social historian of late imperial and modern China. His research focuses on the local history of southeast China, from the Ming dynasty to the twenty-first century, using a combination of traditional textual sources and ethnographic-style fieldwork. His books include The Art of Being Governed: Everyday Politics in Late Imperial China (Princeton, 2017); A Companion to Chinese History (Wiley, 2017); Practicing Kinship (Stanford, 2002) and Cold War Island: Quemoy on the Front Line (Cambridge, 2008; Chinese edition National Taiwan University Press 2016). He is also co-editor, with Jennifer Rudolph, of The China Questions: Critical Insights into a Rising Power (Harvard, 2017), a work celebrating the sixtieth anniversary of the Fairbank Center. Szonyi received his Bachelor of Arts from the University of Toronto and his doctorate from Oxford University, where he was a Rhodes Scholar. He has also studied at National Taiwan University and Xiamen University. Professor Szonyi taught previously at McGill University and University of Toronto, where he received tenure in 2002. Szonyi came to Harvard in 2005, and was named John L. Loeb Associate Professor of the Humanities in 2007 and Professor of Chinese History in 2009. He has a joint appointment in the Department of History. Szonyi has served previously as Director of Undergraduate Studies and Chair of the Committee on Regional Studies – East Asia (RSEA) AM program.

Alanna Krolikowski

Before joining the China Institute at the University of Alberta, Alanna Krolikowski was Acting Chair Professor of Modern Chinese Society and Economy at the University of Göttingen, Germany, and a postdoctoral fellow at Harvard University. She conducts research on large-scale technology and infrastructure programs in China. Alanna is currently revising a book manuscript on China-U.S. trade and technology programs in aerospace and undertaking comparative research on industrial upgrading in China. She has shared the results of her research in articles, book chapters, trade and policy publications, and testimony for the U.S. Congressional record.