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.

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Bureaucracy and Salvation: A History of Divinization in China

Thursday, 2 June, 17:00 - Thursday, 2 June, 18:30 at Lecture Theatre 1

Vincent Goossaert will talk about ‘Bureaucracy and Salvation: A History of Divinization in China’. Vincent Goossaert, Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes

How should Europe and the US deal with China? New approaches for the decade to come

Friday, 3 June, 17:00 - Friday, 3 June, 18:30 at Lecture Theatre 1

‘How should Europe and the US deal with China? New approaches for the decade to come.’ A forum with top policy thinkers on American and European relations with China. Hon. Charlene Barshefsky (Former US Trade Representative); Rt Hon. Liam Byrne MP (Author of Turning to Face the East: How Britain Can Prosper in the Asian … Continue reading How should Europe and the US deal with China? New approaches for the decade to come

China’s Future—Where is Its Politics and Society Going under Xi Jinping?

Monday, 6 June, 17:00 - Monday, 6 June, 18:30 at Lecture Theatre 1

David Shambaugh will talk about ‘China’s Future—Where is Its Politics and Society Going under Xi Jinping?’ David Shambaugh is Professor of Political Science & International Affairs; Director, China Policy Program, Elliott School of International Affairs, George Washington University

China’s Future

Monday, 6 June, 17:00 - Monday, 6 June, 18:30 at Lecture Theatre 1

David Shambaugh, Director, China Policy Program, The George Washington University China’s future is arguably the most consequential question in global affairs. The direction the nation takes at this turning point will determine whether it stalls or continues to develop and prosper. Will China be successful in implementing a new wave of transformational reforms that could … Continue reading China’s Future

Socialism by Design: (Raw) Materials and Revolution in Mao Era China

Thursday, 16 June, 17:00 - Thursday, 16 June, 18:30 at Lecture Theatre 1

Jennifer E. Altehenger will talk about ‘Socialism by Design: (Raw) Materials and Revolution in Mao Era China’. Jennifer E. Altehenger is Lecturer in Contemporary Chinese, History Department, King’s College London

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