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The Making of a Next-Generation China Scholar
October 19 | 6:00 pm
The introductory mentoring session is going to be devoted to the future of China studies, especially concerning the obstacles that China researchers are likely to face in the upcoming years. With China becoming increasingly insular even while the need to understand the country keeps growing, the research of China is entering a new, uncertain period. The crucial objective of the session is to enable established experts in the field to share inspiration and ideas regarding the knowledge and skills that are needed for the future professional development of the new generation of China researchers.
Dr. Ivana Karásková, Leader and Founder of CHOICE, Association for International Affairs (AMO), Czech Republic, and a European China Policy Fellow at MERICS, Germany
Dr. Jakub Jakóbowski, Senior Fellow at the China Programme at the Centre for Eastern Studies (OSW), Poland
Dr. Mathieu Duchâtel, Director of the Asia Program at Institut Montaigne, France
The session will be moderated by Veronika Blablová from the Association for International Affairs (AMO), the Project Coordinator of the Future CHOICE initiative.
The series is open to students and young professionals from across Europe.
The deadline for registration is October 15.