Yuen Yuen Ang, Associate Professor of Political Science, has been named an Andrew Carnegie Fellow for 2018
LRCCS faculty member Yuen Yuen Ang on why China's 'McDonald's model' of development could help poor countries - but Beijing may be drawing the wrong conclusions
From the US Women’s History to the History of Chinese Feminism--How Feminism has Transformed the World: An Interview with U-M Professor Wang Zheng
Nicholas Howson to the CBC: Chinese politicians, not judges, may determine fate of Canadian sentenced to die
Mary Gallagher in ChinaFile article, "How Should the U.S. Government Treat Chinese Students in America?"
The Washington Post's Fareed Zakaria references research conducted by recent LRCCS postdoc Jeffrey Javed
Mary Gallagher in Reuters on the shortage of testing supplies and China’s initial reticence in dealing with the coronavirus outbreak.
Mary Gallagher among Vox's "12 experts on how the US should hold China accountable for the coronavirus"
Announcing "Connecting Pacific" podcasts featuring faculty, alums and students on contemporary China, Hong Kong, pandemics, and prejudice
"As an opportunity for engagement, what could be better than educating the next generation of Chinese leaders, entrepreneurs, scientists, and creative artists?"
Professor Nico Howson talks with the Nikkei Asian Review about the legality of the Trump administration's ban on WeChat
China’s educated housewives feel overworked and under appreciated; Yun Zhou in the "South China Morning Post"
International Institute director Mary Gallagher discusses Beijing's efforts to spin the origin story of COVID 19
"It is common to portray U.S.-China relations as a 'clash of civilizations' -- two cultural opposites with nothing in common. This narrative is unhelpful, even misleading."
Lan Deng speaks with Bloomberg about the possibility that one failing company could have a big impact on China's economy
“Those pop stars actually act as intermediaries or opinion leaders to help the authorities to circulate propagandistic messages more effectively than officials.”
Yun Zhou speaks with "Quartz" on the tensions between feminism and Beijing's worries about population decline
LRCCS director, Ann Chih Lin, speaks with the "Wall Street Journal" about tensions driving Chinese scholars out of US universities
LRCCS faculty associate Wang Zheng provides a strong voice of advocacy and analysis on the continued detention of feminist activists in China
LRCCS MA students Ryan Etzcorn, Neal McKenna, and Andrea Valedon write about their first time at AAS
Alumnus Damien Ma (LRCCS MA '06) goes on NPR to discuss corruption crackdown and other pressing issues for the Chinese government
Alumnus David Shambaugh (PhD '88, political science) pens a controversial essay on "The Coming Chinese Crackup"
LRCCS, Michigan Law School, and Chinese University of Hong Kong jointly organize upcoming conference entitled "Public and Private Enforcement of Corporate and Securities Law - China and the World"
Faculty associate Linda Lim addresses misgivings about Chinese government's fight against corruption
Kenneth Lieberthal provides insights into press conferences jointly held by American and Chinese presidents
LRCCS director Mary Gallagher examines the feasibility of efforts to meet US-China climate change goals
Alumnus and sinologist David Moser revisits the issue of why Chinese is so difficult to learn in light of Mark Zuckerberg's very public attempt to speak it
Faculty associate Donald Lopez edits the Buddhism section in Norton's latest, much-debated world religion anthology
Environments and Adaptation in Ancient China: Recent Advances and Global Context | February 8-9, 2019
LRCCS Noon Lecture Series | Wielding the 'Sharp Sword': Petroleum and State Power in China's Far West, 1955-1961
LRCCS Noon Lecture Series | Architectural Versus Improvisational Thinking: Hut/Tent-Building Practices of Tibetan Buddhist Nuns in Post-Mao China
LRCCS Noon Lecture Series ~ Rewriting the Creation Myth: Revolution and the Birth of the PRC Judicial System
LRCCS Noon Lecture Series ~ Is Lying Contagious? Spatial Diffusion of Agricultural “Satellites” During China’s Great Leap Forward
Inaugural LRCCS Distinguished Visitor Lecture by Alexa Lam: The Journey Continues--China 2015 - 2025
LRCCS Noon Lecture Series: The Double Life of Hong Mai (1123-1202): A Hanlin Academician and His Supernatural Tales
LRCCS Noon Lecture Series: On the Peripheries of Print Culture: Notebooks (biji) in Eleventh-Century China
LRCCS Noon Lecture Series: Hacking with Chinese Characteristics: The Making of a Powerful Vision of Change
Symposium on Prospects and Challenges in US-China Relations: An inaugural Naming Event of the Kenneth G. Lieberthal and Richard H. Rogel Center for Chinese Studies
LRCCS Noon Lecture Series: "Captured Alive (Huozhuo)": A Kunqu Performance of Chinese Adulterers and Adulteresses (Jianfu yinfu)
When Talented Women Became Socialist State Power Holders: Chen Bo’er and the Paradigm of Socialist Film in the PRC
Center for Chinese Studies: People-to-People Exchange Strengthens Connections during COVID-19 Pandemic