The National Committee on United States-China Relations is pleased to have selected the sixth cohort of its Public Intellectuals Program (PIP), generously funded by Carnegie Corporation of New York. The twenty fellows comprise a wide range of research interests, geographic locations, and types of institutions. Read full announcement.

Jude Blanchette

Freeman Chair in China Studies, Center for Strategic and International Studies

Keisha A. Brown

Assistant Professor of History, Tennessee State University

Lenora Chu

Authorand Int'l Correspondent, The Christian Science Monitor

Communist Party of China Elite Politics; Chinese Domestic Politics; Chinese Intellectual and Political History

 

Modern Chinese History; Race and Ethnic Studies; Postcolonial Theory; Transnational Studies

Education in China; Comparative Education; Culture and Cross-Cultural Identity; Impact of Technology on Society

Iza Ding

Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Pittsburgh

Peilei Fan

Professor of Urban and Regional Planning, Michigan State University

Diana Fu

Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Toronto; Affiliate, Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy Asian Institute

Environmental Policy; Organizational Behavior; Public Opinion; Law and Society

Innovation and Economic Development in China and Industrializing Countries; Urbanization and Environmental Changes

Grassroots Politics; Labor; State-Society Relations; Citizenship

Arunabh Ghosh

Assistant Professor, History Department, Harvard University

Kelly Hammond

Assistant Professor, Department of History, University of Arkansas

Isaac B. Kardon

Assistant Professor, China Maritime Studies Institute, U.S. Naval War College

Modern Chinese History; Social, Economic, and Environmental History; History of Science and Statecraft; History of Statistics; Water and Dams

Islam and Politics in East Asia; Modern Chinese History; Borderlands History

Chinese Foreign Policy; Asian Maritime Security

Yingyi Ma

Associate Professor of Sociology & Director of Asian/Asian American Studies, Syracuse University; Senior Research Associate at Center for Policy Research, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University

Tabitha Grace Mallory

Founder and CEO, China Ocean Institute

Russell Menyhart

Partner, Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP

Education; Migration; Student Mobility; Globalization; Contemporary Chinese Society

Chinese Foreign Policy; Marine Environmental Policy; Fisheries Policy; Ocean Development and Strategy; Maritime Security; China-Africa Relations

U.S.-China Relations; Rule of Law; Law and Civil Society; Urbanization and Community; Citizenship, Nationalism, and Identity; Cross-Cultural Communication and Subnational Exchanges

Scott Moore

Director, Penn Global China Program, Office of the Provost, University of Pennsylvania

Jonas Nahm

Assistant Professor of Energy, Resources, and Environment, Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies

PU Xiaoyu

Associate Professor, Political Science, University of Nevada, Reno; Non-Resident Senior Fellow, Asia and Latin America Program, The Inter-American Dialogue

Environmental Politics and Policy in China; Water Resources; Climate Policy; Ocean Conservation; Central-Local Relations; Technological Competition

Clean Energy Transitions; Climate Policy; Central-Local Relations; Strategic Sources of State Capacity; Renewable Energy Policy

Chinese Foreign Policy; East Asian Politics; Emerging World Powers (BRICS); International Relations Theory

Meg Rithmire

F. Warren McFarlan Associate Professor, Business, Government and International Economy, Harvard Business School

Gary J. Sampson

Lt. Col, U.S. Marine Corps; Special Assistant to the Chairman, Office of the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff; Ph.D. candidate, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University

Christian Sorace

Assistant Professor, Political Science, Colorado College

State-Business Relations in Contemporary China; Urbanization; Property Rights; Central-Local Relations in China

Post-Cold War Sino-North Korean Relations; Chinese Military Modernization; Nuclear Weapons Issues; Cross-Strait Relations; East Asia Security Issues

Communist Party Ideology and Discourse; Urbanization of the Grasslands; Political Theory; Aesthetics

Taisu Zhang

Associate Professor of Law, Yale Law School

   

Comparative Legal and Economic History; Contemporary Chinese Law and Politics; Private Law Theory; Property Law; Law and Culture

   

 

The sixth cohort joins an accomplished community of 100 PIP fellows who have formed a strong network of mutual support and academic collaboration.

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