Public Lecture Series: “China and East Asian Security”


London, UK
SOAS Centre for Chinese Studies

15th Oct – 3rd Dec 2013

Seminars will be held from 5.00 to 6.30pm on Tuesdays (unless otherwise stated) in the Dahrendorf Room, Founder’s Building at St Antony’s College. 


Week 1 Dr Katherine Morton (Australian National University)
Tuesday 15th Oct ‘China’s Maritime Power and the South China Sea’


Week 2 Dr Todd Hall (St Anne’s College, Oxford)
Tuesday 22nd Oct ‘A Past Still Relevant? The Lessons of WWI for Contemporary East Asia’


Week 3 Professor Rana Mitter (St Cross, Oxford)
Tuesday 29th Oct ‘China’s War with Japan 1937-1945: the Struggle for Survival’


Week 4 Professor Jessica Weiss (Yale University)
Tuesday 5th Nov ‘China’s management of anti-Japanese protests, 1985-2013’


Week 5 Dr Nicola Horsburgh (Oxford University)
Tuesday 12th Nov ‘Chinese participation in the global nuclear order: from regional proliferation challenges to multilateral arms control’


Week 6 Dr Amy King (Australian National University)
Tuesday 19th Nov ‘China and the idea of “economic security’


Week 8 Dr Enze Han (SOAS)
Tuesday 3rd Dec ‘Contestation and Adaptation: The Politics of National Identity in China’


All are welcome


Convenor & Chair: Professor Rosemary Foot


Additional Events

Professor Stein Ringen (St Antony’s College, Oxford) ‘Three Hypotheses About the Chinese State’ 
Date:Tuesday 26th November 5.00 – 6.30pm
Location: Dahrendorf Room, Founder’s Building, St Antony’s College 
Convenor & Chair: Dr Faisal Devji
Further Information: or tel: 01865-274559


The Huang Hsing Foundation Lecture: Professor Deborah Davis (Yale University) ‘Post Socialist Marriage in Contemporary China’

Date: 25th October 5.00pm

Location: The Buttery, St Antony’s College
Convenor & Chair: Dr Faisal Devji
Further Information: or tel: 01865-274559


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