To better situate Africa-China engagements today and into the future, a global focus that looks into the circulations of people, things, ideas, and ideology, in diverse geopolitical contexts, is needed. Join Jamie Monson, from Michigan State University; Shaonan Liu, from Beijing Normal University; Andrea Kifyasi, from University of Basel; Jodie Yuzhou Sun, from Fudan University ; and Junle Ma, from the Shandong Academy of Social Sciences, for a multi-vocal conversation on African and Chinese historical encounters, experiences, and continuities.
This event is hosted by theChinese in Africa / Africans in China Research Network Conference Organising Committee in collaboration with the Centre for Cultural Research and Development at the Department of Cultural Studies, Lingnan University, Hong Kong; and the Institute for Emerging Markets at HKUST.
Shaonan Liu and Jamie Monson
Beijing Normal University and Michigan State University
University of Basel
Jodie Yuzhou Sun
Shandong Academy of Social Sciences
Jamie Monson, Michigan State University
Date: 28 May 2021 (Fri)
Time: 9:00am (GMT-5 New York); 2:00pm (GMT+1 Lagos); 9:00pm (GMT+8 Beijing)