How have Sino-US tensions affected collaboration/engagement in higher education? What are the potential long-term implications of such tensions and consequent policies for Asian American in the US, higher education, and racial social justice? Scholars and administrators from universities will share their views on the role of international collaborations with China and global education in their own work or/and in their specialty field.
- Miranda Brown (Professor of Asian Languages and Cultures, University of Michigan)
- Yong Chen (Professor of History and Associate Dean in School of Humanities, University of California Irvine)
- Charlotte Ku (Professor and Director of Global Programs at the School of Law, Texas A&M University)
- Robert Markley (Professor and Department Head of English, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign)
- Robert Shandley (Professor and Associate Dean for Undergraduate Programs in the Bush School of Government and Public Service, Texas A&M University)
- Yu Xie (Professor of Sociology and Director of Paul and Marcia Wythes Center on Contemporary China, Princeton University)
Contacts: SHAO Dan firstname.lastname@example.org; LIU Yangyang email@example.com
This event is part of the “Yellow Peril Redux: From Coolies to Concentration Camps, Trade Wars and Coronavirus” Project, funded by the Call to Action to Address Racism and Social Justice Program of UIUC.