Carter Center 4th Young Scholars Forum
Greetings from The Carter Center in Atlanta.
Each year, The Carter Center, in conjunction with the Global Times Foundation, hosts the U.S.-China Young Scholars Forum, bringing together selected younger American and Chinese researchers on the past, present, and future of ties between the two nations. The Forum has proven to be a worthwhile program, both for the deepening of the participants’ understanding of complex issues, and for the exposure of younger researchers to the ideas and guidance of established scholars.
The theme of this year’s Fourth Annual U.S.-China Young Scholars Forum, to be held at The Carter Center on October 24 and 25, 2017, is The Role of National Identity & Media in U.S.-China Relations.
We hope that you might help us to recruit talented American participants in the Forum by sharing this message with the wider Princeton University community. We encourage you to pass this information to appropriate Departments and Programs, and to specific individuals who might be interested in submitting a proposal. We encourage Ph.D. candidates, postdoctoral fellows, assistant and associate professors, and researchers under the age of 40 to send in their proposals.
Proposals are due by May 29, 2017 and those selected for Forum participation will be notified by June 15, 2017. Final Papers will be due September 20, 2017. The conference organizers will cover all local expenses for those chosen to present papers.
More details on the forum and previous forums can be found here:
Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us directly. We very much appreciate your assistance in assuring the participation of talented young American scholars and analysts in this Forum.