New Training Program: "Social Sciences Approaches to Chinese Everyday Life since 1978: Family, Education, Religion and Consumption"

The Harvard-Yenching Institute, Nanjing University and the University of Sydney are pleased to announce a new training program on "Social Sciences Approaches to Chinese Everyday Life since 1978: Family, Education, Religion and Consumption". The aims of the program are to spotlight the international implications of Chinese experiences against the background of globalization; to provide young scholars of the world engaged in China studies an opportunity to understand China; to share academic wisdom with outstanding researchers and be enlightened by criticisms from the younger generation; to initiate world-wide communication and cooperation among institutes for China Studies; and to advance international studies of China and promote their intellectual accumulation.

The program will be held from June 20 - July 3, 2012 at The Johns Hopkins University - Nanjing University Centre for Chinese and American Studies.

More information about the program:

Program announcement (in English)

Program announcement (in Chinese)