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East Asia Program Faculty Jessica Chen Weiss argues that America shouldn't try "out-China China" in this New York Times opinion piece. 
Despite China's desire to move away from the dollar-denominated international financial system, the economies of China and the US "are still quite...

New Faculty Opportunity Promotes Public Engagement

This year's theme: global racial justice. (Applications closed September 25.)
Jessica Chen Weiss (EAP) comments on China's decision to tone down nationalistic rhetoric as Trump escalates his punitive campaign against the eastern...

The Female Artisan Gu Erniang and the Craft of Inkstone Making in Early Modern...

This talk by Dorothy Ko (History|Barnard), focuses on the career of Gu Erniang, the most famous female inkstone-maker in the history of the craft, as...
EAP faculty Jessica Chen Weiss in the Guardian: “To some extent, the government has been able to use tough talk and bluster to appease domestic...
EAP's Jessica Chen Weiss in NYT: “With global anti-China sentiment at its highest level in decades, Chinese officials have indicated an interest in...
SAP faculty Eswar Prasad quoted in Bloomberg: "“The phase-one trade deal between the U.S. and China hangs by a thread."
WaPo quotes EAP faculty Jessica Chen Weiss: “Closing the consulate does not appear to be part of a coherent strategy to deter or compel China to alter...

Sex/Gender, Reproduction, and Metaphors of Pathology

Kun Huang, a Ph.D. candidate in Comparative Literature and officer in our EAP Graduate Student Steering committee, writes about "Anti-Blackness" in...