Podcast on rural Chinese students in South Korea, privileges and precariousness among white foreign English teachers in China

Podcast on rural Chinese students in South Korea, privileges and precariousness among white foreign English teachers in China

Dr. Shanshan Lan had an interview with Network for Research into Chinese Education Mobilities on her two recent publications: one about rural-origin Chinese students in South Korea, the other on privileges and precariousness among white English teachers in China. Listen to the podcast by clicking here.

“Because I am a Foreigner”: White Migrants’ Navigations of the Chinese State

INVITATION FOR PUBLIC LECTURE

“Because I am a Foreigner”: White Migrants’ Navigations of the Chinese State

Prof. Pauline Leonard (University of Southampton)

 

Date and Time: 18 May, 6 pm

Venue: Zoom

 

You can view the talk on youtube

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=htlyy8mpDJw

Marriage, Migration, and Race across the Chinese-Russian Borders

Marriage, Migration, and Race across the Chinese-Russian Borders

INVITATION FOR PUBLIC LECTURE

Marriage, Migration, and Race across the Chinese-Russian Borders

Dr. Elena Barabantseva (University of Manchester)

Time: April 26, Monday at 5pm, Amsterdam time

Venue: Zoom

Watch the talk on youtuble

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2qqzIRh5WFc

A Field Theoretical Approach to Expatriate Mobilities: Ethnographic Research on Mobility in Culinary and Sexual Fields

INVITATION FOR PUBLIC LECTURE

 A Field Theoretical Approach to Expatriate Mobilities: Ethnographic Research on Mobility in Culinary and Sexual Fields

Prof. James Farrer (Sophia University, Japan)

Time: February 9, Tuesday at 11am, Amsterdam time

Venue: Zoom 

 

Watch the talk on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I2aZbd0T8Y8

 

Online International Workshop (2-4 December 2020)

Online International Workshop (2-4 December 2020)

Racialisation and Social Boundary-Making in Times of COVID-19

Date: 2-4 December 2020

Organisers: The ChinaWhite research team

Aldina Camenisch, Willy Sier (postdocs), Ed Pulford (co-organizer), and Shanshan Lan (PI)