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Censorship and Academic Freedom in China since the 1940s

Censorship and Academic Freedom in China since the 1940s

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L'EURICS organise la conférence "Censorship and Academic Freedom in China since the 1940s" avec Olivier Bouin (Director of RFIEA and Co-Director of EURICS, Paris, France), Katrin Kinzelbach (Professor of political science at FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany), Peidong Sun (EURICS fellow and Michael J. Zak Associate Professor of History for China and Asia-Pacific Studies at Cornell University, USA) et Michel Bonnin (Professor Emeritus at the School of Advanced Studies in Social Sciences – EHESS, Paris, France), Sebastian Veg (Professor of intellectual history of 20th century China at the School of Advanced Studies in Social Sciences – EHESS, Paris, France)
 
📅 12 avril 2021, 10:00 -12:00 (Paris)
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À propos de l'événement

This public lecture focuses on censorship and academic freedom in China since the 1940s by offering some case studies related to different Chinese people in different time periods. Together with audiences, all panelists will engage in lively discussions on the future of China Studies in Europe and the real meaning of freedom of opinion and expression in digital times. In the Q & A section, audiences are welcome to participate in an active way.
 
Censorship and Academic Freedom in China since the 1940s