The University of Oxford China Centre is a new hub for various academic activities related to China at the University of Oxford, located on the premises of St Hugh's College in the magnificent Dickson Poon Building. By bringing together superb academics and researchers from a broad range of disciplines, the China Centre will foster innovative collaborative initiatives and ensure that Oxford's research on China produces even more substantial impact, both domestically and abroad.
Lord Browne of Madingley to deliver the inaugural lecture of the Deutsche Bank Oxford China Centre Distinguished Lecture SeriesAll welcome! On Thursday 26 November, the inaugural lecture of the Deutsche Bank Oxford China Centre Distinguished Lecture Series will be delivered by The Lord Browne …Read More »
- Rachel Murphy recently spoke on BBC Radio 4’s Today Programme about the end of China’s one-child policy. To listen to the discussion, fast forward to …Read More »
Rogier Creemers interviewed by the New Scientist for an article on China’s proposed Social Credit SystemRogier Creemers was recently interviewed by the New Scientist for an article on China’s proposed Social Credit System.Read More »
- Rana Mitter writes: It’s a great pleasure to welcome four new colleagues to the China Centre for Michaelmas Term 2015. They span the range of the …Read More »
- On 21 November, Professor Zhu Shanlu , chairman of the Council of Peking University , visited the China Centre to discuss research collaboration with Oxford …Read More »
- During recent commemorations of the 70th anniversary of the ending of World War II in Asia, Rana Mitter was invited to talk about China’s role …Read More »
- Ying Yu’s article on consumer protection law has been published by the People’s Court Daily. The article is about EU reform of consumer protection law …Read More »
- Maria Jaschok was interviewed by Bethany Allen for an article in Foreign Policy. The article is about ‘China: the Best and the Worst Place to …Read More »
- Rachel Murphy and her colleagues from Renmin University, Minhui Zhou and Ran Tao, have just published an article on the implications of parents’ rural-urban labour …Read More »
- The Royal United Services Institute is delighted to announce that the 2014 Duke of Westminster Medal for Military Literature has been awarded to Rana Mitter …Read More »
Lord Browne of Madingley to deliver the inaugural lecture of The Deutsche Bank Oxford China Centre Distinguished Lecture Series
Thursday, 26 November, 18:00 - Thursday, 26 November, 19:15 at Lecture Theatre 1
The inaugural lecture of The Deutsche Bank Oxford China Centre Distinguished Lecture Series will be given by Lord Browne of Madingley. The lecture, ‘Connect: How Society and Business Need to Reconnect in the West, China, and Beyond’, will take place in the China Centre lecture theatre on 26 November, 6pm (doors open at 5.30pm).
Purity and Order: Toward Social-Cultural Understandings of the Cold War World
Friday, 27 November, 13:00 - Friday, 27 November, 14:30 at Lecture Theatre 1
What was the Cold War? Masuda Hajimu’s Cold War Crucible: The Korean Conflict and the Postwar World inquires into the peculiar nature of the Cold War through examining not only centres of policymaking, but seeming aftereffects of Cold War politics: Suppression of counterrevolutionaries in China, the White Terror in Taiwan, the Red Purge in Japan, … Continue reading Purity and Order: Toward Social-Cultural Understandings of the Cold War World →
Student Life in Medieval Dunhuang
Thursday, 3 December, 17:00 - Thursday, 3 December, 18:30 at Lecture Theatre 1
This China Centre seminar will be given by Dr Imre Galambos, University Lecturer in Pre-modern China, Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, University of Cambridge.