lectures, Roundtables, and Conferences

Academic Activity


  •  Dong WANG (Shanghai University), “Trade Wars: Lessons from the History of U.S.-China Economic Relations,” at the Royal Asiatic Society Shanghai, September 26, 2019. 
  • Timothy Wright (University of Sheffield), “China and the 1930s World Depression,” Shanghai University, May 16, 2019.
  • Frank Tsai (École Supérieure des Sciences Commerciales d'Angers), “China and the United States in the Emerging World Order: Polar Opposites or Sociological Cousins?” Shanghai University, May 9, 2019.
  • Dong WANG, "May Fourth Movement in Global History," New York University Shanghai, April 26, 2019. 
  • Association for Asian Studies roundtable, “Politics and Ideology: Classroom China in the Age of Higher Education Globalization,” chaired by Richard Madsen (UC San Diego), participated by Alisa Jones, David Kenley, Robert Sutter, and Dong WANG, Denver, Colorado, March 24, 2019.
  •  Dong WANG, “Chinese Diaspora and Philanthropy in Higher Education,” Long US-China Institute, UC Irvine, March 14, 2019. 
  • International academic conference, "Historical Monuments and Modern Society,"   December 1-2, 2018,  Shanghai University, Call for papers can be seen at https://wanghistory.org/CFP.pdf
  • Tugrul Keskin (Shanghai Univeristy), roundtable, “Changing New Dynamics: China in the American Political Landscape,”November 20, 2018,  together with Center for Global Governance and Johns Hopkins University China Program.
  •  Richard Weitz (Hudson Institute), “Sustaining China-United States Cooperation against Nuclear Threats,” Shanghai University, October 12, 2018.
  • Rostislav Berezkin (Fudan University), “17-18世纪‘中国风’在俄罗斯的文化意义,” Shanghai University, May 9, 2018.
  •  Paul Dunscomb (University of Alaska at Anchorage), “Living with Godzilla: Japan in the Heisei Era (1989-2018),” “How Alaska Got Its Shape: Competing Land Claims in Alaska History,” Shanghai University, October 11-12, 2017. 
  •  Jianlang Wang (Institute of Modern Chinese History, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences), “中国战时外交和战后秩序的构想,” April 21, 2017.  
  • International joint conference,  "Modern China in World Affairs: Interaction and Mutual Influence,"  organized by the Institute of Modern History at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (Beijing) and the Historical Society for Twentieth-Century China (HSTCC) in the United States, Beijing, August 19-21, 2016. 


 In early May 2019, Dr. Daniel H. Bays (1942-2019), who pioneered the study of Christianity in China together with John K. Fairbank of Harvard University, passed away. For an obituary for him, see https://networks.h-net.org/professor-daniel-h-bays-1942-2019 

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