Inaugural Conference 2014 – The ‘China Dream’: Passions, Policies and Power

We’re delighted to announce that ChiSRA’s inaugural conference, The ‘China Dream’: Passions, Policies and Power, will take place at College Court, Leicester, between 24th and 26th September.

As China has grown economically, its cultural and political landscape has changed profoundly. As well as raising living standards, China now needs to satisfy its people’s growing desire for world-class education, healthcare, food and water security, clean environments and cultural influence in arts and technology.

President Xi Jinping’s ‘China Dream’ points to a vision for how China will engage the world for the next two to three decades. But media and China-watchers the world over have been asking what it all means.

Our conference will explore the  ‘China Dream’ in a provocative and exciting way, with speakers from a range of disciplines in the arts and social sciences.

Paper proposals comprising extended abstracts of 500 to 600 words are invited. These should be emailed to by Friday 25 April 2014. Find out more on our call for papers page.

For more information, including booking information as it becomes available, please see our conference website.

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