The Chinese Century and the City of Gold: Making Sino-African Worlds

1 month ago


Reduce exposure to Covid-19 and start shopping online



In this public lecture held on April 1, 2021, Mingwei Huang, Assistant Professor, Women’s, Gender & Sexuality Studies, Faculty Fellow, Dartmouth Consortium of Studies in Race, Migration, and Sexuality, Dartmouth College, discusses how within the new millennium’s shifting world order, Global South frontiers have become horizons for Chinese mobilities and aspirations unfulfilled in China. The talk and Q&A were moderated by Lynn M. Thomas, a professor in the Department of History at the University of Washington.

This event is part of our Spring 2021 Lecture Series on Changing Global Connections: New Formations of Identity, Place and Region on how today’s changing geopolitics is creating new configurations across regions and in the field of international studies. Sponsored by The Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies and the Center for Global Studies at the University of Washington. This April 1 event is additionally co-sponsored by the African Studies Program, China Studies Program and the East Asia Center at the University of Washington.

source

The Struggle Continues

One thought on “The Chinese Century and the City of Gold: Making Sino-African Worlds”

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.