The seminar offers an introduction to some of the most prominent features of Chinese society, including work organizations, the education system, the urban/rural divide, migration, social inequality, marriage and family, ethnicity and religion.
Center on Contemporary China
Founded in 2015, the Paul and Marcia Wythes Center on Contemporary China at Princeton University advances the study of contemporary China and provides substantive analysis from social science perspectives of the dramatic sociological shifts taking place in China today.
Yu Xie is the Bert G. Kerstetter ’66 University Professor of Sociology and has a faculty appointment at the Princeton Institute of International and Regional Studies, Princeton University.
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The Peking Opera Immersion Program will have an info session on Tues, Feb. 13th, 12:00 pm at 106 Woolworth. There will be food, slides, videos, curriculum info, Q&A and take-away brochures. Music Department Chair Prof. Wendy Heller and East Asian Studies Program Coordinator Dr. Chao-Hui Jenny Liu will be on hand to answer questions.
The Penn Symposium on Contemporary China (PSCC) aims to provide a unique high-level academic forum for the discussion of the political, legal, economic, and social factors shaping China and its role in the world today. The Symposium will highlight graduate student research on these topics and will feature Dr. Shelley Rigger of Davidson College...