Forum on China- DURHAM

  • 28 Oct 2013
  • 7:00 PM
  • University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH

University of New Hampshire, 
Murkland Auditorium

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Monday, October 28

7 PM

Free & Open to the Public; No Registration Necessary

Featuring Joseph Fewsmith, 
Boston University Professor "China's Political Future"

Discussion Moderated by UNH Professor Michael Kalinoowski

Preceded by a live webcast with
Madeline Albright, 
Former Secretary of State on
"U.S.-China Relations"

Moderated by Stephen Orlins, President of the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations

Sponsored by:

CHINA Town Hall is a national day of programming on China involving 50 cities throughout the United States


Professor Fewsmith is the author of four books:  China Since Tiananmen:  The Politics of Transition (2001), 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, 1980-1930 (1985).  He is very active in the China field, traveling to China frequently and presenting papers at professional conferences such as 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 also a research associate of the John King Fairbank Center for East Asian Studies at Harvard University.


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