Mark Frazier recently gave a talk at the New School entitled “Who is Xi? The Knowns and Unknowns of China’s Political Future”. the video of this talk is available on youtube at http://youtu.be/3UbDnSURIao.
Video recordings of the conference hosted by the India China Institute at The New School, New York on November 30 – December 1, 2012:
Session 1 – Ecology – Part 1
Session 1 – Ecology – Part 2
Session 2 – History – Part 1
Session 2 – History – Part 2
Session 3 – Innovations – Part 1
Session 3 – Innovations – Part 2
Below are presentations from the Environment in India and China: Histories and Innovations conference at The New School (Nov. 30 – Dec. 1, 2012).
Session I – Ecology
Kamaljit Bawa, India, China and the Environment
Session II – History
Donald Hughes, Environmental History in China and India
Session III – Innovations
Sanjay Chaturvedi, Struggles for Innovation: The Chipko Movement in Retrospect
Shikui Dong, Adaptive Management for Sustainable Resource Use
Victoria Marshall, Designing Urban Environmental Activism
Nidhi Srinivas, Politics of Innovation: Cases from India and China
The deadline for this program has passed.
The India-China Knowledge and Capacity Building Initiative (ICKCBI) links individuals and institutions in the pursuit of new scholarship, trilateral conversations, and nurtures a growing community of interest and investigation on international relations, culture, and interactions between India and China. ICKCBI’s objective is nothing short of surmounting the limitations of area studies to develop a unique trilateral vision that fosters cross-disciplinary perspectives and a collaborative approach to problem-solving.
To do this, ICKCBI, with the support of the Ford Foundation, will select fifteen exemplary scholars from the New School, Yunnan University, and the University of Calcutta to participate in a unique program. These scholars will come together in the summer of 2011 for one month in Kunming, China, and one month in Kolkata, India, to work collaboratively on research projects. With the help of institutions, professors, and business professionals in each location, student teams will investigate a topic of their choice and present their findings at an international conference at the end of the summer. Three alternate scholars from each institution will also be selected.
In order to be eligible to apply for this program, students must
- Be currently a full or part-time graduate student at the New School, Yunnan University, or the University of Kolkata.
- Have no incompletes.
- Have and maintain a GPA of 3.5 or higher.
- Write a two page personal statement declaring area of interest and motivation.
- Take the India China Interactions Course in the Spring of 2011.
- Take Research Methods before Summer 2011.
- Be open to challenges and working in a team!
Application Deadline: October 14, 2010
Applicant Interviews: November 11th-12th, 2010
India China Interactions Course: Spring 2011
Arrive in Kolkata, India: July 1-28 2011
Arrive in Kunming, China: July 28-August 27 2011
Program Ends at the end of August 2011
Fellows have the option to sign up for a 3 credit Independent Study course during the summer. Requirements for this course may differ from requirements for the Fellowship.
Please submit the following by October 14th:
- Your most recent CV
- Personal Statement of no more than 2 pages
Please direct questions and application materials towards firstname.lastname@example.org