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April 29, 2010

The Best of Winter 2010



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The evolution of the Google dispute:

1. University of Michigan Law School professor and CCS faculty associate Nico Howson discusses Google’s exit from China as well as the Rio Tinto case on Bloomberg TV’s “Morning Call.”

2. Professor Emeritus Ken Lieberthal talks to the New York Times about the Google fallout.

3. And check out our compilation of articles – from local and international news sources – on the hacking allegations. Mary Gallagher, Associate Professor of Political Science and CCS Director, is quoted in the AnnArbor.com article.

Faculty get in on the fun:
CCS faculty guest blog from the Association for Asian Studies annual meeting in Philadelphia:

4. Mary Gallagher, associate professor of political science and CCS director, shares her short but busy time at the conference.

5. Joseph Lam offers a personal look into the past and future of scholarship.

6. David Porter tackles the issues of memory and forgetting.

A fond look-back at Winter 2010 events:

7. Watch the 20th Annual Asia Business Conference Keynote Panel discussion online in its entirety.

8. The U-M Men’s Glee Club premieres two Chinese songs at its 150th Annual Spring Concert.

9. A Richard Baum double-header!

10. The Inaugural Tang Junyi Lecture Series presented by the Department of Asian Languages and Cultures features four lectures by Stephen C. Angle, Professor of Philosophy, Wesleyan University, all on the central theme of “Contemporary Confucian Virtue Politics.”

Posted by zzhu at April 29, 2010 11:06 PM