03.06.2013 - 00:00:00
Book Presentation: Dong Wang: The United States and China. A History from the Eighteenth Century to the Present
Prof. Dong Wang, our former visiting scholar now at the Centre for Global Cooperation Research, presents her new book on China-US relations.
With great pleasure, the Centre for Global Cooperation Research would like to invite you to the book presentation
The United States and China. A History from the Eighteenth Century to the Present
by Prof. Dong Wang, Senior Fellow at the Käte Hamburger Kolleg / Centre for Global Cooperation Research and Professor of Contemporary Chinese History at the University of Turku, Finland
On 3rd June 2013, 11.00-12.30,
at Käte Hamburger Kolleg / Centre for Global Cooperation Research (Schifferstr. 196, 47059 Duisburg)
Drawing on Prof. Wang’s three decades of research on China’s foreign relations, this book combines history and international relations, covering not only high diplomacy but also economic, social, religious, and cultural interactions between the two countries in domestic and global affairs. Professor Wang will share her thoughts on the prospects for cooperation in this – the most consequential – relationship of our time.
Prof. Doris Fischer, Chair for Chinese and Commerce, Würzburg University, will comment on the book and Prof. Dirk Messner (DIE, KHK/GCR21) will moderate the discussion. For further information, please visit http://www.gcr21.org/single-news/info/the-united-states-and-china-towards-a-future-of-cooperation/737c5355f908398a0634e3380af34b3c/
Kindly register at email@example.com by 31st May.
Dong Wang single-authored China’s Unequal Treaties: Narrating National History (Rowman & Littlefield, 2005), Managing God’s Higher Learning: U.S.–China Cultural Encounter and Canton Christian College (Lingnan University), 1888–1952 (Rowman & Littlefield, 2007) and The United States and China: A History from the Eighteenth Century to the Present (Rowman & Littlefield, 2013).
Doris Fischer is Professor for Chinese and Commerce at Würzburg University. She studied Business Administration and Sinology in Hamburg and Wuhan, China, and holds a doctoral degree in Economics. She has done extensive research on competition, regulation and industrial policies in various sectors, especially the rationale of Chinese economic policies and resulting incentive structures of economic actors. Her research interests include China's changing role in the global economy.