Join us for a virtual book launch of “The Chinese Communist Party: A Century in Ten Lives,” edited by Timothy Cheek, Klaus Mühlhahn, and Hans van de Ven. Co-hosted by UBC’s Centre for Chinese Research, School of Public Policy and Global Affairs, and UBC History Department.
Date & Time
Thursday, May 6 | 12:30PM – 14:00PM (PST)
Thursday, May 6 | 15:30PM – 17:00PM (EST)
Register & Further Information: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/online-book-launch-event-the-chinese-communist-party-tickets-148367762973
Please register in advance. The Zoom details will be emailed to you.
The event will be hosted via Zoom. Participants will receive a link to access the event 24 hours prior to the event via email. Registration is required.
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The Chinese Communist Party: A Century in Ten Lives uses ten engaging personal histories to introduce readers to what it was like to live in and with the most powerful political machine ever created: the Chinese Communist Party. These essays reveal the Party’s one-hundred year history, reflecting on power, setbacks, adaptability and change, and illuminating possible paths for China’s future.
Featured Panelists, Book Editors: Dr. Timothy Cheek (History; School of Public Policy and Global Affairs, University of British Columbia); Dr. Klaus Mühlhahn (Zeppelin University in Friedrichshafen); Dr. Hans van de Ven (University of Cambridge)
Moderator: Dr. Kristen Hopewell, Associate Professor and Canada Research Chair, School of Public Policy and Global Affairs
Graduate Student Discussants: Guo Li (UBC Political Science, PhD), Zhanara Almazbekova (UBC History, MA), and Travis Liu (UBC Master of Public Policy and Global Affairs)
Learn more about the book and purchase it from Cambridge University Press.
Co-hosted by: The Centre for Chinese Research, Institute of Asian Research, School of Public Policy and Global Affairs; Department of History, UBC; Cambridge University Press
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