CIW Seminar Series
The Australian Centre on China in the World is a humanities-led, social sciences-engaged, policy relevant research centre. We are particularly focussed on training and supporting upcoming Chinese Studies scholars, specialists and China-literate people.
The CIW Seminar Series offers an ideal forum for postgraduate and graduate scholars, along with our Centre's members and visitors, to present their work to a broader intellectual community. We will also use the seminar series to explicate and advance the Centre's major research themes.
Seminars are free and open to the public and will be held on Fridays from 11:30am - 1:00pm. Spaces are limited so registration is preferred to guarantee a seat.
For more information about the CIW-Seminar Series including venue location and to register your attendance, please contact Elisa Nesossi at firstname.lastname@example.org
Calendar of Presentations
Please note that titles, dates and presenters may be subject to change.
- February 22: 'When Taylorism met Revolutionary Romanticism: Documentary Cinema in China's Great Leap Forward', Ying Qian (Post-Doctoral Fellow, CIW)
- March 22: 'The Demography of China’s 1958-61 Famine: A Closer Examination', Zhao Zhongwei
- April 26: 'Mainstreaming Resistance in Contemporary Chinese TV Drama', Ma Weijun
- May 24: 'The Scouts of China as a Radical Conservative Social Movement.', Brian Tsui (Post-Doctoral Fellow, CIW)
- June 28: 'Interpreting miscarriages of justice in the PRC through Aristotele, Damaska and Bourdieu', Elisa Nesossi (Post-Doctoral Fellow, CIW)
- July 26: 'Topic TBC', Nathan Wolley (Post-Doctoral Fellow, CIW)