The effects of Covid-19 on public health in contemporary China

March 30, 1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Mānoa Campus, webinar


The Center for Chinese Studies presents a faculty roundtable, with Nicole Barnes, Assistant Professor of History at Duke University; Katherine Mason, Vartan Gregorian Assistant Professor of Anthropology and Director of Undergraduate Research and Community Engagement for Anthropology at Brown University; and Miriam Gross, associate professor of history and international and regional studies, University of Oklahoma. This roundtable focuses on examining the pandemic from various angles: administrative preparedness, reinforced social controls, socio-economic impacts, gender roles, community relations, grassroots organization, state-society relations, human-animal relations, transfer zoonotics, vaccine development and delivery, etc. This lively and interactive conversation aims to elicit questions and contributions from the audience.

Ticket information
https://hawaii.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN__gU3N6ewR0iDHJo1oOZJOQ

Event Sponsor
Center for Chinese Studies, Mānoa Campus

More information
Jialin Sun, 8088562663, [email protected], https://manoa.hawaii.edu/chinesestudies/category/upcoming/, webinar flyer (PDF)