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2010-11 LRCCS Event Videos

The Decline of a Prestigious Tongue: Language Preferences in Modern Shanghai

San Duanmu, Professor of Linguistics, Department of Linguistics, University of Michigan

Recorded on March 22, 2011

History of the Soul: A Chinese Writer, Nietzsche, and Tiananmen 1989

Stefan Henning, Visiting Assistant Professor in Anthropology and Sociology, Northwestern University

Recorded on March 8, 2011

Ambivalent Allies: China, Cambodia, and the Politics of Mutual Resistance

Andrew Mertha, Associate Professor of Government, Cornell University

Recorded on February 8, 2011

Castrating for the People: The Structure of Violence in Hao Ran’s (1932-2008) Fiction

Xiaofei Tian, Professor of Chinese Literature, Harvard University

Recorded on January 18, 2011

In Search of China’s Development Model: Beyond the Beijing Consensus

Jacques deLisle, Professor of Law, University of Pennsylvania Law School

Recorded on November 16, 2010

China’s Intellectual Property Environment: A Firm-Level Perspective

Minyuan Zhao, U-M Assistant Professor of Strategy, Ross School of Business

Recorded on March 15, 2011

Re-thinking the Cultural Revolution: The Red Guards and Beyond

Andrew Walder, Denise O’Leary and Ken Thiry Professor, Department of Sociology, Stanford University

Recorded on February 22, 2011

Deciphering the Guodian and Shanghai-Museum Bamboo Manuscripts: Reflections on Twelve Years of Research

Scott Cook, Professor of Chinese, Grinnell College

Recorded on February 1, 2011

Scandalous Writing: Gossip, News and Rumor in 'Jin Ping Mei'

Paize Keulemans, Assistant Professor, Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures, Yale University

Recorded on November 23, 2010

Inequality in China: Challenges to a Harmonious Society

Terry Sicular, Professor of Economics, University of Western Ontario

Recorded on November 9, 2010