Dr. Xin Fan to speak at two international webinars

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Dr. Xin Fan

Dr. Xin Fan

Department of History Associate Professor Xin Fan will deliver an address at Semi Colonialism and International Law, a webinar series sponsored by O.P. Jindal Global University in India and Addis Ababa University IHL Clinic in Ethiopia, and also discuss his recently published book "World History and National Identity in China: The Twentieth Century," for Tsinghua University, China.

Dr. Fan’s talk, "International Law as a Historical Analogy: From Semi-Colonial Ambiguity to Nationalist Assertion in Twentieth-Century China," will be given on Thursday, March 18, at 9 a.m., as part of the From Semi-Colonialism Ambiguity to Nationalist Assertion in Twentieth Century China lecture series, organized by O.P. Jindal Global University Associate Professor Prabhakar Singh and hosted by Jindal Global Law School’s Centre for International Legal Studies.

Speakers from Harvard University, Duke University and the University of Wisconsin-Madison, among other schools, will also give presentations.

The registration link for the webinar is online.

Fan’s book presentation is part of the Tsinghua History Lecture series, hosted by Tsinghua University Professor Yin Cao. Joining him in the Saturday, March 20, 8 a.m., discussion will be Ohio State University Associate Professor Ying Zhang and Göttingen University Professor Dominic Sachsenmaier.

The talk is open to the public. Contact Dr. Fan via email for more information.

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