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Publications

Faculty Publications- Conference Papers, Presentations, & Additional Publications

2013

Steven J.Balla, "Demographic Characteristics, Subjective Motivations, and Citizen Feedback in Online Chinese Policymaking." Presented at the annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, April 11-14, 2013.

Kavita Daiya, "Refugees and Peripheral Secularisms in South Asian Literature and Cinema," Penn Humanities Forum, University of Pennsylvania, April 2013.

Kavita Daiya, Symposium co-organizer (with Deepa Ollapally) and panelist, "Examining Violence Against Women in India: Changes, Challenges, and Futures," Sigur Center for Asian Studies, GWU, April 2013."

Bruce Dickson, "Victims and Patriots: Disaggregating Nationalism in China," (co-author with Jackson Woods), presented at the the 2013 AAS Annual Conference, San Diego, California, March 23, 2013.

Christina Fink, "Cultural Identities and Social Interaction in Thailand, Burma/Myanmar and Laos," in connection with the Out of Southeast Asia: Art that Sustains exhibit, the Textile Museum, Washington, D.C., February 14, 2013.

Christina Fink, "Rethinking Citizenship in Myanmar," Supplementary Grant Program-Asia North America Conference. The Open Society Institute, Washington, D.C., March 14, 2013.

Christina Fink, "Closed Door Briefing on Communal Violence in Burma," for USAID staff working on Burma and the region (together with 3 other speakers), USAID office, Washington, D.C., April 4, 2013.

Shoko Hamano, "Visualizing Japanese Grammar: Opportunities through and challenges of open resources" at Inaugural Digital Humanities Symposium, GWU. 2013.

Alexander Huang, Chinese Spoken Drama Productions in the Millennium: Theatrical Encounter with Politics, Society and Culture, Symposium, University of Leeds, March 26-27, 2013; virtual presentation

Alexander Huang, "Fair Ophelia" in Victorian and East Asian Visual Cultures, Montclair State University, Department of English, March 7, 2013

Alexander Huang, "Shakespearean Performances as Cosmopolitan Projects: Aesthetics, Politics, Liminality," Columbia University Shakespeare Seminar Lecture, March 8, 2013

Alexander Huang, "Cogito ergo sum: Curating Your Professional Online Presence," English Graduate Student Association (EGSA) Professionalization Workshop, March 4, 2013

Srividya Jandhyala, with Srividya & Anu Phene, "Inter-Governmental Organizations and Innovation" Academy of International Business, Turkey, 2013

Srividya Jandhyala, with Srividya & Robert Weiner, "Do International Investment Agreements Protect Investment: Micro Level Evidence" Academy of International Business, Turkey, 2013. American Political Science Association, Chicago, 2013

Srividya Jandhyala, with, Srividya, "Effectiveness of International Anti-corruption Regulations: A Simulation Model." Academy of Management, Orlando, 2013.

Srividya Jandhyala, with Srividya & Robert Weiner, "Institutions sans Frontieres: International Agreements and Foreign Investment." ESSEC Business School, France, 2013, IE Business School, Spain, 2013, National University of Singapore, Singapore, 2013, Singapore Management University, Singapore, 2013.

Shaista Khilji, "Khilji, S.E. (2013). Cross-cultural, cross-disciplinary and cross-level research. Organizational Knowledge and Learning Conference, Washington DC, USA."

Jisoo Kim, "I'm not a Slave: Intermarriage, Gender, and Law in Early Modern Korea," Berkshire Conference, Toronto, May 22-5, 2014. (Panel Co-organizer: Gendering Legal Culture in East Asian Modernities) (Submitted panel proposal)

Jisoo Kim, "Family Grievance: Gender, Emotions, and the Power of Representation in Chosõn Korea," Association of Asian Studies Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, March 2013. (Panel Organizer: Family, Gender, and Law in Early Modern East Asia)

Jisoo Kim,Discussant, "King Sejong's Management for Creativity," (paper by Hyun-Mo Park, Academy of Korean Studies), King Sejong Leadership Workshop, George Mason University, Virginia, February 2013.

Edward McCord, "Soldiers as Vectors of Violence in Warlord Atrocities: A Social Analysis." Presented at the annual conference of the Chinese Military History Society, New Orleans, March 14, 2013.

Edward McCord, "China: A Cultural and Historical Perspective," China Threat Seminar, Joint Counterintelligence Training Academy, March 11, 2013.

Edward McCord, "The History of the PRC: From Mao Zedong to Deng Xiaoping," China Intensive Seminar, Foreign Service Institute, February 27, 2013.

Edward McCord, "Military Violence in the Making of Modern China," Center for Global Understanding and Peacemaking, Elizabethtown College, March 25, 2013."

Edward McCord, "Understanding China Through History," China Regional Security Studies Program, Dwight D. Eisenhower School for National Security and Resource Strategy (formerly Industrial College of the Armed Forces), National Defense University: January 7, 2013

Miok Pak, "Business Korean Project: Progress Report," Presented at the GW-CIBER
Business Language Seminar "Teaching Business Korean in the 21 Century: Second Professional Development Seminar for Korean Instructors," May 3, 2013. (copresentation with Young-Key Kim-Reanud)

Robert Shepherd, :Heritage Making in Post-Socialist China," International
Conference on "The Economic Entanglements of Cultural Heritage," Center for Society and Heritage, University of Massachusetts-Amherst, May 15th – 17th.

Robert Shepherd, "Faith in Heritage: Cultural Preservation and its Discontents," International Conference on "Tourism and the Shifting Values of Cultural Heritage: Visiting Pasts, Developing Futures," Chiang Kaishek Memorial Hall, Taipei, Taiwan, April 5th – 9th.

Ronald Spector, "The Night Smudged Dawan: A view of Asia in the Aftermath of World War II," Center for Contemporary History, Ohio University, March 22, 2013

Janet Steele, "Research presentations: Global Media, Local Cultures: How Universal are the Principles of Journalism?" Plenary speech, Taylor's University 3rd Annual SEARCH conference on the media, Kuala Lumpur, May 30, 2013.

Janet Steele, "Journalism and Islam: Three Examples from Indonesia," Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, March 27, 2013.

Janet Steele, "Journalism and Islam: three examples from Indonesia. What about Malaysia?" Universiti Malaya, Kuala Lumpur February 27, 2013.

Elanah Uretsky, "Making Guanxi, Making Disease: The Importance of Guanxi Studies for Public Health Prevention in China." Presented at Association of Asian Studies Conference, San Diego, March 21-24, 2013"

Jiawen Yang, "The Macro-economy," presentation at the High Tower Family Wealth
Conference, Washington, DC, April 11, 2013.

Jiawen Yang, "China and the World Economy," presentation at the Washington Model UN Conference (simulation of United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asian and the Pacific (UNESCAP), Washington, DC, March 22, 2013.

Jiawen Yang, "U.S. Monetary Policy and Banking Regulations," presentation at the Agricultural Bank of China, Beijing, China, January 4, 2013.

Daqing Yang, "Unclaimed Prize: Oil Explorations in Pre-1941 Manchuria," Workshop on Asia and New Energy History, Harvard University, Cambridge, February 21-22 2013.

Daqing Yang, "Oil Explorations in Manchuria: The Japanese Legacy," Association for Asian Studies Annual Meeting, San Diego, March 25, 2013 (ready by another panellist)

2012

Xiaofei Kang, “Revisiting White-Haired Girl: Women, Gender and Religion in Communist Revolutionary Propaganda.” Invited talk at Fairbank Center, Harvard University, 2012.

Sean Roberts, “Imaginary Terrorism: The Global War on Terror and the Narrative of the Uyghur Terrorist Threat.," Ponars Eurasia Working Paper, 2012.

Daqing Yang, “Japanese Public Diplomacy and Sino-US Relations before the Pacific War, 1937-1941” conference on Sino-US Cooperation and the Pacific War, Guiyang, China. December 7, 2012.

David Shambaugh, “Never Needed More: U.S.-China Strategic Dialogue," U.S.-China Focus, (May , 2012), accessed September 24,2012, http://www.chinausfocus.com/slider/never-needed-more-u-s-china-strategic-economic-dialogue/.

Edward A. McCord. “Reevaluating the Nanjing Decade: A Provincial Perspective.” Presented at the annual conference of the American Association of Chinese Studies, Atlanta, October 14, 2012.

Edward A. McCord.“Provincial Military Power and Political Consolidation in the Nanjing Era: He Jian in Hunan.”Presented at a conference on“Shaping a Modern Nation: A Centennial History of the Republic of China.” Academia Historica; Taipei, Taiwan, September 13-14, 2012.

Daqing Yang, “Zen and Industrial Design? Visions of Japanese Technology during World War II and Beyond," The 39th annual meeting of the International Committee for the History of Technology (ICOHTEC), Barcelona, Spain. 10-14 July 2012.

Daqing Yang, “The Historical Politics of China’s Relations with Japan,” Residential Workshop on Chinese History in Global Context, East-West Center, Honolulu, Hawaii, June 28, 2012.

Edward A. McCord. “Residual Warlordism in the Nanjing Decade: He Jian in Hunan.” Presented at the “International Conference on Modern Chinese Society in Global Perspective and on Chiang Kai-shek and Modern China, 1840-1949.” Hangzhou, P.R.C., June 9, 2012.

Jisoo Kim, “The Confucian Justice in East Asia: An Examination of Judicial Practice in Early Modern Korea From Comparative Perspective,” Legal Cooperation in Asia for 2011-2020, Shanghai Forum 2012, Fudan University, May 2012.

Robert Sutter, Presentation on US and Chinese policies toward Libya and Syria, Fudan University-CSIS Pacific Forum annual dialogue, Shanghai May 31, 2012.

Janet Steele, “Journalism and ‘the call to Allah’: Teaching journalism in Indonesia’s Islamic Universities and State Institutes,” ICA (International Communication Association) annual meeting, 25-27 May, 2012.

Robert Sutter, Presentations on US-China relations, University of Nanjing and SAIS/Nanjing Center, May 24-25, 2012

Benjamin Hopkins, “Transnational traders and regional identities.” Presented 17 May 2012 at Afghanistan’s Stability and Regional Security Implications for Central Asia Conference, Dushanbe Tajikistan.

Benjamin Hopkins, “‘Winning hearts and minds’: The Sandeman System and Frontier Governmentality.” Presented May 13 at the Society for Military History Annual Conference, Crystal City, Virginia.

Robert Sutter, Presentation on the Obama administration’s policy to the Asia Foundation’s annual China-Japan-US Trilateral dialogue, Beijing, China May 15, 2012

James Hershberg, Presentation on Marigold to Learning from History Seminar, "Negotiating while Fighting: Peace Initiatives, British Policy, and the Vietnam War," India Officer Council Chamber, Foreign & Commonwealth Office, London, May 9, 2012

Ed McCord, “Predatory Warlordism: Wang Zhanyuan in Hubei.” Presented at the annual conference of the Chinese Military History Society, Washington, D.C., May 10, 2012

Daqing Yang, “Compensation in East Asia,” Conference “Compensation as a Human Right?” Ruhr-University Bochum (Germany), May 10-11, 2012Robert Sutter, Presentation on China-US relations to 20 officers, Foreign Service Institute, May 4

Robert Sutter, Presentation on assessing China’s rise to 30 intelligence officers, MITRE Corp, McLean VA, May 2, 2012

Robert Sutter, Presentation on assessing China’s rise to 60 participants at the annual meeting of the Council of Scientific Society Presidents, Washington DC , May 1, 2012

Llewellyn Hughes, “The Business of Climate: The Emergence of Green Industrial Policy in Comparative Perspective,” Washington Southeast Regional Japan Seminar, (Washington DC), April 28, 2012

Robert Sutter, Presentation on assessing China’s rise to 240 officers National War College, April 27, 2012

Robert Sutter, Presentation on China-Southeast Asian relations to 15 officers at Foreign Service Institute, April 27

Maggie Xiaoyang Chen, World Bank International Trade and Integration Seminar, World Bank, April 2012

Dane Kennedy, “Reinterpreting Exploration: The West in the World,” Washington History Seminar, Wilson Center, Washington D.C., April 2012.

Maggie Xiaoyang Chen, Washington Area International Trade Workshop, George Washington University, April 2012

Alfred Hiltebeitel, “The Mahabarata as ‘History’ (Ithisa) and the Stories Some People Tell About It,” International Seminar on The Mahabarata: Its Historicity, Antiquity, Evolution & Impact on Civilization, organized by Neera Misra and the Draupadi Trust, New Delhi, April 25-26, 2012

James Williams, Gender and Persistence in School: First Results of a Longitudinal Study of 6th Grade Cambodian Students. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Comparative and International Education Society, San Juan, Puerto Rico, April 22-27, 2012.

Daqing Yang, “Thin Reconciliation in Cold War Asia: Visits of Former Japanese Officers to China in the 1950s,” lecture at Korea University, Seoul, Korea, April 17, 2012.

Alfred Hiltebeitel, “The Mahabarata and the Stories Some People Tell about It.” Plenary keynote address, 6th Annual Meeting of the South Asian Studies Association, April 14, 2012, in Claremont CA

Patricia Chu, “Memory, Melancholy, Myth: Reframing Relinquishment in Heinz Insu Fenkl's Memories of My Ghost Brother.” Association for Asian American Studies, Washington, DC, April 13, 2012.

James Williams, Private Education, Teacher Education: Implications for Equity and Quality in Cambodia, presented at the American Educational Research Association, Vancouver, Canada, April 12-18, 2012

Janet Steele, “Islam and Journalistic Values,” USINDO (US-Indonesia Society) Open Forum, April 11, 2012. I lectured on my research on journalism and Islam to an audience of about 40 business and NGO leaders.

James Hershberg, Presentation, "The Soviet Bloc's Role in Failed Efforts to End the Vietnam War, 1965-1967," Cold War Studies Seminar, Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies, Harvard University, 3 April 2012.

Jisoo Kim, “Gendered Emotions of Won in the Legal Space of Choson Korea,” Association of Asian Studies Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada, March 2012.

Shawn McHale, “Conflict over the South China Sea: Identity Politics Meets History,” Rising Powers Initiative, Policy Commentary, March 2012, Sigur Center for Asian Studies.

Robert Shepherd, “Contesting Preservation: A Global Environmental Regime and Local Community in China.” Society for Applied Anthropology Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD, March 28th.

Robert Sutter, Presentation on US-China relations to 60 officers at Foreign Service Institute, March 28, 2012

Dane Kennedy, “Indigenous Intermediaries in the European Exploration of Africa and Australia,” Leeds Imperial and Colonial History Seminar, Leeds University, UK, May 2011; Seijo University, Japan, March 2012.

Robert Weiner, Are Chinese (and other Asian) Companies Buying up the World’s Oil, and Should We Care?, Strategic Management Society, Miami, November 2011, GW Energy & Security Workshop, Washington, March 2012.

Dane Kennedy, “Victorian Liberalism and Imperialism,” Osaka University, Japan, March 2012.

James Hershberg, Various presentations on Marigold: The Lost Chance for Peace in Vietnam (Stanford University Press/Woodrow Wilson Center Press, 2012), including at: Politics & Prose Bookstore, Washington, DC, 15 January 2012; George Washington University, co-sponsored by Institute for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies and Sigur Center for Asian Studies, 18 January 2012; Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington, DC, 24 January 2012; McGill University, Montreal, 22 March 2012; and Book Revue, Huntington, NY, 27 March 2012.

Elanah Uretsky, An Epidemic at the Borders: The Development of China’s HIV Epidemic.” Presented at the 72nd Annual Meeting of the Society for Applied Anthropology, March 27-31, 2012

James Hershberg, Chair, panel on “Cold War, Decolonization, and the Experience of War in the Afro-Asian World: Comparative Approaches,” conference on “The Afro-Asian World, 1945-1975,” Concordia University and McGill University, Montreal, 23-24 March 2012.

Robert Sutter, Moderate and Comment , Atlantic Council meetings (about 50 participants each) on Taiwan and cross-strait relations, September 28; 2011; March 20, 2012;

Daqing Yang, “Chinese Views of the Murayama Statement,” annual meeting of the Association for Asian Studies, Toronto, Canada, March 17, 2012.

Young-Key Kim-Renaud, Invited panelist in the panel titled “The Information Revolution and the Ways People Interact, Think, Behave, and Access Public Health,” GW Global Forum: Global Growth and Innovation, Seoul, Korea, March 16-17, 2012.

Shawn McHale, “Calibrating Coercion in the Mekong Delta: Viet Minh Repertoires of Violence in Guerrilla War, 1945-54.” Presentation at the annual meeting of the Association for Asian Studies, Toronto, March 15-18, 2012.

Ed McCord, “Synarchy Revisited: A Plea for Internationalization in Warlord China.” Presented at the annual conference of the Association of Asian Studies, Toronto, March 15-18, 2012.

Alex Huang, “‘China’ on Stage: Locating Gao Xingjian and Stan Lai in the Chinese Diaspora,” AAS, Toronto, March 15-18, 2012.

Robert Sutter, Presentation on American domestic politics and China policy for 12 U.S. business leaders in China arranged by Greenpoint Inc, Washington DC, March 14, 2012

Jonathan Chaves, Presentation, The Translation of Chinese Poetry as Literary Art: The Case of Zhang Ji (c. 766 - c. 830). To graduate students of the Department of East Asian Languages & Cultures, University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana, March 12, 2012.

Robert Sutter, Presentation on China and Southeast Asia to 15 students at Foreign Service Institute, June 16, 2011; March 5, 2012

Robert Sutter, Presentation on China relations with Africa for 15 participants at Foreign Service Institute, March 1, 2012

Janet Steele, Lecture on journalism in Indonesia, Malaysia, and East Timor at the Foreign Service Institute, February 2012.

Robert Sutter, Presentation on Taiwan’s future to 30 participants at US-Asia Institute congressional staff meeting February 21, 2012

Robert Sutter, Presentation on China’s rise in world affairs to 40 participants at National War College, Washington DC February 13, 2012

Robert Sutter, Presentation on US-Chinese relations with Southeast Asia to 15 officers of southeast Asian governments at American University, February 3, 2012

Robert Sutter, Presentation on Taiwan’s future to 60 participants at World Affairs Council, Washington DC February 2, 2012

Llewellyn Hughes, “Increasing Returns, Firm Heterogeneity, and Economic Liberalization: Evidence from Oil Markets” Judith Reppy Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies, Cornell University (Ithaca, NY), February 2, 2012

Alfred Hiltebeitel, In January 2012, Alf was one of three co-chairs of the “Epics and Purass” section of the 15th World Sansakrit Conferece in New Delhi

Robert Sutter, Presentation on the U.S. approach to China and Asia to 100 participants at Georgetown University/ Chatham House conference on East Asian security Jan 13, 2012

Shawn McHale, “Quan su chi phoi doi ngoai” [Military affairs dominant over foreign affairs], Dat Viet, (Newspaper published in Hanoi, Vietnam) January 13, 2012.

Alfred Hiltebeitel, “The Southern Recension Makeover of the Uma-Mahesvara-Savada,” 15th World Sanskrit Conference, New Delhi, January 10-14, 2012

Pradeep Rau, “Future of Business Education in India”, Symposium on Doing Business in India, SDM Institute of Management Development, Mysore India, January 9, 2012

Alex Huang, “What Makes Language Literary?" MLA Presidential Forum, Seattle, January 6-9, 2012.

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2011

Wenjie Chen, 2011: SEA Southern Economic Association Meetings (Washington DC), U.S Department of Treasury, Northeastern University, U.S. Census Bureau, New Directions in Welfare Congress (OECD, Paris)

Eyal Aviv, “Ouyang Jingwu: From Yogacara scholasticism to Soteriology” Presented as part of the concluding conference for the "The Indian Roots of Modern Chinese Thought" project, December 2011, Hawaii.

Daqing Yang, “Of Words, Actions and Principles: Chinese Perspectives on the Murayama Statement,” workshop on the Murayama Statement, Kyoto Sangyo University, Kyoto, December 4, 2011.

Robert Sutter, Presentation of paper on US-China relations at conference sponsored by Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong December 3, 2011

Dane Kennedy, “Continents, Cartography, and the Construction of Space in the Exploration of Africa and Australia,” Informing Empire Workshop, University of Illinois at Urbana, November 2011.

James Hershberg, Presentation, "Could the Vietnam War Have Ended Earlier?" to the Washington History Seminar (co-sponsored by the National History Center, which is affiliated by the American Historical Association, the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, and the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations), hosted by the Wilson Center, Washington, DC, 28 November 2011

Daqing Yang, “Technologies of Empire in East Asia,” Transnational Humanities Lecture, Hanyang University, Korea, November 17, 2011.

Llewellyn Hughes, “Drill Baby Drill! The Correlates of “Energy Independence” in the United States” International Political Economy Society Annual Conference (Madison, Wisconsin), November 12, 2011

Maggie Xiaoyang Chen, World Bank Structural Transformation and Industrial Policy Conference, World Bank, October 2011

Shawn McHale, “What Revolution Took Place in August 1945?” Paper for the conference on Revolution in Vietnam, Center for Southeast Asian Studies, University of California at Berkeley, November 11-12, 2011.

Robert Sutter, Presentation on China’s role in world affairs to 100 participants in National Intelligence Council sponsored conference, Airlie VA Nov 10, 2011

Robert Sutter, Presentation on China and Burma to 150 participants in conference at Georgetown University Nov 4, 2011

Daqing Yang, “’Communications Imperialism’ and Information Infrastructures in Late Nineteenth Century East Asia,” conference “Informing Empire: Science, Empire and Information in the Long Nineteenth Century,” University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA, November 4, 2011.

Patricia Chu, “The House that Ruth Built: History as Diasporic Capital, Debt, and Gift in Chai and Chai’s The Girl from Purple Mountain.” University Seminar on Immigration, GWU, Oct. 28, 2011.

James Hershberg, Chair, panel on "The Iran-Iraq War in the Global Cold War Context," conference on the Iran-Iraq War co-sponsored by the Cold War International History Project , Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, and the Conflict Records Research Center, National Defense University, hosted by the Wilson Center, Washington, DC, 25-27 October 2011.

Robert Sutter, Presentation on China to 150 participants at the International Women’s Forum annual meeting, Washington DC October 28, 2011

Alfred Hiltebeitel, “Mahabarata Studies”: “Tribes, Castes, and Gazetteers: European Templates for Interpreting the Mahabarata, Germany, France, and Great Britain,” Rethinking Religion in India Conference, No.3: European Representations and Indian Responses. Pardubice, Czech Republic, October 11-14, 2011

Jiawen Yang, “Value Premium in the Chinese Stock Market: Free Lunch or Paid Lunch (with Yujia Huang)?” presentation at the Financial Management Association conference, Denver, October 19-22, 2011.

David Shambaugh, “U.S.-China Relations in 2011: From Fragile to Substantive Stability,” Global Review (October 2011).

Robert Sutter, Presentation on China’s rise in world affairs to 130 participants at conference associated with American Enterprise Institute, October 15, 2011

Robert Sutter, Luncheon speaker for 100 participants at State Department sponsored conference on Chinese foreign relations, October 14, 2011

Robert Weiner,Canadian Resource and Environmental Economics Study Group, Quebec, September 2011.

Maggie Xiaoyang Chen, Syracuse University, Department of Economics, September 2011

Maggie Xiaoyang Chen, European Trade Study Group Meeting (Copenhagen Business School), September 2011

Robert Sutter, Presentation on China to 60 Intelligence Community officials, CIA University, Sept 27, 2011

Alasdair Bowie, “Decentralization and Explanations for Provinces’ Competitiveness in Vietnam.” Invited lecture, Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences, Vietnam Institute of Economics, Hanoi, Vietnam, September 26, 2011.

Robert Sutter, Presentation on China to 60 Intelligence Community officials, CIA University, Sept 26, 2011

Robert Sutter, Presentation on Taiwan’s future to 200 participants at World Media Congress, Taipei, September 25, 2011
Robert Sutter, Presentation on US-China relations to 50 US Defense Department executives, Capitol Hill, Sept 21, 2011

Alasdair Bowie, “Conducting Social Science Research at Universities in the United States: The Relationship to Policy.” Invited lecture, Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences, Vietnam Institute of Economics, Hanoi, Vietnam, September 16, 2011.

Shawn McHale, “La violence corporelle dans le delta du Mekong” [Bodily violence in the Mekong delta], presentation at the Reseau Asie/ Asia Network conference, Paris (France), September 15, 2011. Paper written in French, presentation in French.

Shawn McHale, Review of Peter Zinoman,“Nhan Van Giai Pham and Vietnamese Reform Communism.” Journal of Cold War Studies 13:1 (Winter 2011): 60-100, for a H-DIPLO Online Roundtable. September 2011.

Daqing Yang, “Modern China-Japan Relations from the Perspective of History of Technology,” Conference “China’s Social Change and Japan Relations”, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, September 8-9, 2011

Robert Sutter, Presentation on China’s diplomacy to 100 participants at conference on China sponsored by Library of Congress, Sept 9, 2011

Robert Sutter, Presentation on US-Asia relations to 15 officers at Foreign Service Institute Sept 2, 2011

Alasdair Bowie, “Research in Vietnam as Fulbright Scholar/Student: A Practical Guide.” Invited presentation, Arrival Orientation, U.S. scholars and students selected to hold Fulbright Awards at Vietnam Universities in 2011-12, organized by the Public Affairs Section, U.S. Embassy, Hanoi, and held at the Daewoo Hotel, Hanoi, Vietnam, August 30, 2011.

Robert Sutter, Four presentations related to China and US-China relations to 50 members of Strategic Command Omaha NE Aug 18-19, 2011

Robert Sutter, Presentation on US-China relations to international student program (50 students) Johns Hopkins SAIS Aug 5, 2011

Ed McCord, “Military Atrocities in Warlord China.” Presented at a conference on “Military-Civil Relations in Chinese History,” Leipzig, Germany, August 5-6, 2011.

Alasdair Bowie, “Conducting Independent Research at Universities in the United States: A Practical Guide.” Invited presentation, Pre-Departure Orientation, Vietnam Scholars selected to hold Fulbright Awards at U.S. Universities in 2011-12, organized by the Public Affairs Section, U.S. Embassy, Hanoi, and held in Hoa Binh town, Hoa Binh province, Vietnam, August 6, 2011.

Robert Sutter, Presentation on US-China relations for 50 DoD officials, Ft Elgin, FL Aug 4, 2011

Robert Sutter, Presentation on Taiwan for audience of 60 people at Center for National Policy, Washington DC Aug 3, 2011 

Daqing Yang, When Memories Cross Borders: The Politics of Mourning in Postwar China-Japan Relations,” workshop “The Truths and Memories of the Battle for Manila 1945: The Ways to Remember and Reconcile for Peace,” Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo, July 24, 2011.

Alex Huang, "Of Samurais and Knights-Errant: The Visual Language of East Asian Shakespeare Films" (panel presentation), IX. World Shakespeare Congress, Prague, July 17-22, 2011.

James Hershberg, Presentation, “Quietly Encouraging Quasi-Alignment: US-Indian Relations, the Sino-Indian Border War of 1962, and the Downfall of Krishna Menon,” Slavic Research Center Summer Symposium, “Alliances and Borders in the Making and Unmaking of Regional Powers,” Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan 7-9 July 2011

Xiaofei Kang, “Popular Religion in Sichuan.” Buddhism in China, 2011, Wooden Fish Program, Sichuan University, July 2, 2011.

Robert Sutter, Three lectures and four days of seminars on Chinese foreign relations as Visiting Professor, University of Regensburg, Germany July 1-7, 2011

Ronald Spector, "The United States and the Indonesian War of Independence" Paper presented at National University of Indonesia; and at U.S. cultural attache's office, Jakarta, June 2011

Eyal Aviv, “Redefining the Role of the Laity in 20th century China: Three Case Studies,” Presented at the meeting of the International Association of Buddhist Studies, June 2011, Taiwan.

Young-Key Kim-Renaud, “I Remember,” a poem composed and recited at the 2011 Korean War Veterans Appreciation Event, “Freedom is not Free,” June 24, 2011, Tysons Corner, VA.

Robert Sutter, Presentation on China and the US to 60 US intelligence officers, Capitol Hill Club, Washington DC June 23, 2011

Robert Sutter, Presentation on China's rise to 20 people at CSIS workshop, June 21, 2011

Alex Huang, "Special Issue Editor’s Introduction," Asian Theatre Journal Vol. 28 No. 1 (June 2011): 1-6.

Xiaofei Kang, “Third Fairy Auntie and White-Haired Girl: Women and Religion in Communist Revolutionary Propaganda.” Conference on Women, Gender and Religion in China. University of Macau, June 18-19, 2011.

Jiawen Yang, “Value Premium in the Chinese Stock Market: Free Lunch or Paid Lunch (with Yujia Huang)?” presentation at the annual conference of The Chinese Economist Society, Beijing, June 17-19, 2011.

Robert Sutter, Presentation of a paper on China-Korea relations Korea Economic Institute, Washington DC June 15

Robert Sutter, Presentation on China-Korea relations to conference of 70 participants, Brookings Institution June 13

Robert Sutter, Presentation on China-Korea relations for 10 students at Foreign Service Institute June 9, 2011

Robert Sutter, Presentation on Congress and the making of US foreign policy for 100 participants, National Committee for US-China Relations, Washington DC June 9, 2011

Robert Sutter, Four presentations on China and Southeast Asia to separate workshops hosted by Chinese government and specialist organizations, June 1-3, 2011

Alasdair Bowie, “Social, Cultural & Psychological Aspects of Field Research in a Socialist-Market Political-Economy: Vietnam, 2011.” Invited panel presentation, Fulbright Enrichment Seminar, Dong Hoi town, Quang Binh province, Vietnam, June 1, 2011.

Dane Kennedy, “The Science of Exploration,” Staff Seminar, Cambridge University, UK, May 2011.

Dane Kennedy, “Travel as Transport: The Logistics of Exploration in Africa and Australia,” Plenary Address, Modes of Transport Conference, King’s College, London, UK, May 2011.

Daqing Yang, Response from the Civil Society for Truth, Justice and Peace in East Asia, Seoul National University Law School, Seoul, Korea, May 31, 2011.

Young-Key Kim-Renaud, (Conference opening paper) “Translating Language-Specific Encoding of Propriety and Meaning,” in a conference entitled, “Cultural Translation, East Asia, and the World,” the Institute for Advanced Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan, May 28 and 29, 2011.

Alasdair Bowie, “Comparing Methods for Social Science Research: Strategies for Combining Quantitative and Qualitative Research Designs.” Invited lecture, Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences, Vietnam Institute of Economics, Hanoi, Vietnam, May 27, 2011.

Robert Sutter, Presentation on Maoist China to 60 US intelligence officers at CIA University May 25, 2011

Robert Sutter, Presentation on modern Chinese history to 60 US intelligence officers at CIA University , May 24, 2011

Robert Sutter, Presentation on China's rise to 60 senior intelligence officials and specialists, May 23, 2011

Robert Sutter, Presentation on China's rise to 15 students at Foreign Service Institute, May13, 2011 

Robert Sutter, "Taiwan’s Future: Narrowing Straits," NBR Analysis, (May 2011): 22.

James Hershberg, Presentation, “East-Central Europe, the Sino-Soviet Split, and the Vietnam War, 1966-67,” to conference “'Interkit'. An International Against China? Policy Coordination and National Interests in the Soviet Bloc in the Second Half of the Cold War,” hosted by the Freiburg Institute for Advanced Studies (FRIAS), Freiburg, Germany, 12-13 May 2011.

Daqing Yang, The Politics of Joint Historical Research in Northeast Asia, The Mellon/Shansi Symposium, History, Nationalism and National Security in Northeast Asia, Oberlin College, April 8-9, 2011.

Alfred Hiltebeitel, "Du texte au terrain, du terrain au texte: dialogues disciplinaires autour de l’æuvre de Madeleine Biardeau," (You Have to Read the Whole Thing’: Some Reflections on Madeleine Biardeau’s 'Mahābhārata,' ) t Journée du Centre d’Étude de l’Inde et de l’Asie du Sud. (April 5, 2011): 1-16.

Robert Weiner, Causes and Consequences of Oil Shocks: Economics Perspectives, invited presentation to US Department of State, Foreign Policy Insitute, Arlington, VA, March 2011. 

Robert Weiner, Tufts University, Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy, Center for Emerging Market Enterprises, Conference on Country Management: Strategy, Operations, and Leadership in Emerging and Frontier Economies, invited panelist, Medford, MA, March 2011.

Llewellyn Hughes, “Drill Baby Drill! The Correlates of “Energy Independence” in the United States” International Studies Association Conference (Montreal, Canada), March 16, 2011

Llewellyn Hughes, “Increasing Returns, Firm Heterogeneity, and Economic Liberalization: Evidence from Oil Markets” International Studies Association Conference (Montreal, Canada), March 15, 2011

Llewellyn Hughes, “Increasing Returns, Firm Heterogeneity, and Economic Liberalization: Evidence from Oil Markets” American Political Science Annual Conference (Seattle, WA), March 15, 2011

Daqing Yang, “From Harbinger of Modernity to Strategic Liability: The Great Northern Telegraph Company in Japan, 1871-1941,” conference “Global Communication Electric: Social, Cultural, and Political Aspect of Telegraphy,” Free University of Berlin (Germany), February, 2011;

Daqing Yang, “Sino-Japanese Joint Historical Study: Diplomatic Tool or Embryonic Epistemic Community?” Georg Eckert Institute for International Textbook Research, Braunchweig, Germany, February, 2011;

Jandhyala, Srividya & Robert Weiner, “Institutions sans Frontieres: International Agreements and Foreign Investment, ” International Political Economy Society, University of Wisconsin, 2011, Atlanta Competitive Advantage Conference, Atlanta, 2011, Center for Emerging Market Enterprises, The Fletcher School, at Tufts University, 2011, Indian School of Business, Hyderabad, India, 2011

Jandhyala, Srividya, “De facto Protection for Intellectual Property: Evidence from Software Piracy” School of Business, George Washington University, 2011

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