CONFERENCE: CHINA IN AUSTRALIA: Australia-China Transcultural Studies Symposium
|CHINA IN AUSTRALIA: Australia-China Transcultural Studies Symposium : Researchers from across disciplines and countries examine how Australia and China manage their complex, multifaceted relationship from economic, political, cultural, anthropological and pedagogical perspectives
The Australian-China Centre for Transcultural Studies (ACTS), Beijing Foreign Studies University and The University of Western Australia invite you to engage in the critical issues and perspectives in a Globalised World at the China in Australia Symposium on the 25 November.
Scholars from across disciplines and countries converge at UWA to critically interrogate the ways in which Australia and China engage with each other and shape intellectual life – both in the past and the present.
Presenters will examine how Australia and China manage their complex, multifaceted relationship from economic, political, cultural, anthropological and pedagogical perspectives.
The symposium seeks to move away from the methodological nationalism approach typified by the ‘engagement and dialogue’ narrative of Australia-China relations and instead emphasise the multiple and plural ways in which ‘China’ has shaped, influenced and been resisted.
Ien ANG, Greg McCARTHY, Ross GARNAUT, SUN Youzhong, Kanishka JAYASURIYA, Michael KEANE, LI JIANJUN, Loretta BALDASSAR, LI Liwen, Mobo GAO, HU Dan, WU Yanrui, Rod TYERS, Mark BEESON, Jie CHEN, Catriona STEVENS
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Fri, 25 Nov 2016 08:45
Fri, 25 Nov 2016 09:45
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Jane Coakley <[email protected]>
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