History professor Fan presents book at U.K. webinar series

Roger Coda
Dr. Xin Fan

Dr. Xin Fan

Department of History Associate Professor Xin Fan introduced his book project, “The Right to Talk about China: Chinese Intellectuals and the Rise of Emotional Politics,” in a virtual talk on Nov. 26 as part of a panel discussion in the ongoing webinar series “The International System of Power,” hosted by City, University of London, a public research institution in the United Kingdom.

Dr. Fan, currently on sabbatical, was a visiting fellow this past summer for the international research project, "Writing History with China," at the Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany, funded by the Volkswagen Foundation.

In October, Fan presented his paper, “The Right to Talk about China: Jiang Tingfu and the Rise of Emotion Politics," at the Annual Conference of the New York Conference on Asian Studies held at SUNY Brockport.

Fan also co-organized an online workshop with Assistant Professor of Humanities Qian Zhu of Duke Kunshan University, on "The Historicity of Crisis: Contingency and Continuity in Twentieth-Century Intellectual Histories,” held Oct. 30 and 31, at Duke Kunshan University, and presented his own paper, “1949 in Intellectual History: Crisis, Event, and Memory.”

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