Post-1990s Developments in China’s Relationship to the World

In collaboration with the National Humanities Center

*please note: this webinar is now at capacity-- a recording will be available on the NHC website after the session*


FOCAL SKILLS AND DISPOSITIONS: Analyzing point of view & purpose; Evaluating quantitative data; Empowering informed action

DATE: Dec. 10, 2019
TIME: 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. EST
FEE: Free

Do you find yourself wondering how U.S.-China relations got to the current point? Or thinking that you need a crash course on China’s ambitious initiatives on the world stage? This online seminar, led by Professor Xing Hang of Brandeis University, will help to orient you to how China’s relationships and priorities have evolved over the last three decades and prompt you to consider the alternative global framework that China has been developing for the future.

Especially for educators of grades 6-12.




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