A faculty training workshop organized by Christ University, the United Board, and the Harvard-Yenching Institute
Conceived by Christ University, the United Board, and the Harvard-Yenching Institute, this workshop aims to prepare Indian faculty for teaching an undergraduate course on China. It will include sessions on main areas of development over the past six decades; major social and economic policy changes since China’s re-opening in the 1980s, emerging issues such as the future of the market economy, changing family structures, and an aging population; and Chinese soft power. Through the workshop, participating faculty will acquire an informed understanding of the latest developments in China; familiarity with selected primary course materials for teaching and reading; learn about available library and online resources for teaching about China in India; and be ready to develop an undergraduate course on China.
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