Digital Lecture Series “Chinese Perspectives: China and the World through the Eyes of Scholars”

with Lectures by:
Prof. Dr. Yu Keping 俞可平, Peking University
Prof. Dr. Wang Hui 汪晖, Tsinghua University
Prof. Dr. Qu Jingdong 渠敬东, Peking University

The digital lecture series “Chinese Perspectives: China and the World through the Eyes of Scholars” presents leading Chinese scientists and their positions on current issues and developments in China and the world. Through lectures and the possibility for direct exchange and discussion, the series aim is to enter into dialogue and make perspectives of Chinese scholars accessible for European public debate.

The series is jointly organized by Confucius Institute at Freie Universität Berlin and Confucius Institute Metropolis Ruhr and presented in cooperation with Confucius Institute at Sapienza Università di Roma, Confucius Institute at Università degli Studi di Milano and Confucius Institute at Università Cattolica, Milan.

The digital lectures are hosted via Zoom phone and video conference. Registration for the events is required.

For registration, please use the event-links provided below.

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Lecture Program (Program will be continued in 2022)

Saturday, 27 November 2021, 12.00 h (CET)

Prof. Dr. Yu Keping 俞可平, Peking University
COVID-19 and Good Global Governance
新冠疫情与全球善治
Lecture in Chinese with English translation

Registration for the event: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_xKUbTsqaRmebhvguZi1_Ug

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Saturday, 11 December 2021, 12.00 h (CET)

Prof. Dr. Wang Hui 汪晖, Tsinghua University
The Birth of the Century: China and the Conditions of Spatial Revolution

Registration for the event: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_n1RHIYrTTVa_BVjvtlqDZw

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2022

Event date to be determined (first quarter)

Prof. Dr. Qu Jingdong 渠敬东, Peking University
Sociology as Civilization Studies
作为文明研究的社会学
Lecture in Chinese with English translation

27.11.2021, 12.00 h / 11.12.2021, 12.00 h

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