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Here’s a great opportunity for two scholars to join a world-class research community in a prime location. Do you (or someone you know) have years of experience in warfare analysis, excellent critical thinking skills, and a desire to work closely with the best in the field? Getting tired of a Beltway commute or working from a remote location, and/or want to have access to the Greater Boston Area academic community? If so, one of these two professorships could be the perfect job for you…
Post-doctoral fellow position: Chinese Development Finance and Sustainable Development
Greetings from The Carter Center in Atlanta.
November 4, 2017 | Philadelphia, Pa., U.S.A.
Call for Papers
We invite all doctoral students and post-doctoral fellows who conduct research on China and
international relations to submit papers or their abstracts to present at the third annual China and
International Relations Graduate Research Workshop (CHAIR). The workshop will convene at the
University of Pennsylvania’s Center for the Study of Contemporary China (CSCC) on Saturday,
November 4, 2017. CHAIR brings young IR scholars together to share their latest research related
It brings me great excitement to announce that we are having elections for PUCC Director's Roles (2017-2018) scheduled for Monday, May 8th, at 8:00pm! I have attached a PDF document detailing how elections will work, how to run, and positions open for election.
The China Social Impact Project (CSIP) is a new student organization that seeks to connect a group of Princeton students with top social entrepreneurs in China and empower them to strategically advise our partnering social enterprises.
See the attached flyer to read about this exciting initiative and send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you're interested! Applications will be sent out later this week.
The Contemporary China Graduate Colloquium will be meeting tomorrow, 4/27, in Wallace 366 at 6 PM. Our speaker this week will be Grace Tien, Ph.D. Candidate in the Department of Sociology. As always, dinner will be served.
"Redefining Weber's Protestant Ethic in China: from Persecuted and Poor to Patriotic, Pious, and Prosperous Citizens”
The conference is over, but we still have more events! Come to our last talk of the year with former Princeton Professor Perry Link this Sunday at 2:30pm!
CISS Policy Series presents:
The Western Pacific: Upheaval or Status Quo?
Vice Admiral Scott Van Buskirk, USN (Ret)
Former Commander of the U.S. 7th Fleet and Chief of Naval Personnel
Thursday, April 27, 4:30 pm
Bowl 2, Robertson Hall