Chun-tu Hsueh Distinguished Lecture

This is an annual lecture held in St Antony’s College, the topic of which involves some aspect of Modern China. The lectures are usually held at some point during Michaelmas Term each year. We would like to thank the donor as it is this donation that makes it possible to hold these distinguished lectures.

Past Lectures

2022 – Where Great Powers Meet: America & China in Southeast Asia

Eminent China scholar David Shambaugh (Elliot School of International Affairs) discussed his newly published book Where Great Powers Meet with Professor Rosemary Foot.

2019 – The Power to Change Minds? China’s rise and ideational alternatives

Shaun Breslin (Warwick) in discussion with Rosemary Foot.

2018 – International Influences on Domestic Policy-Making in China

Jane Duckett (Glasgow) in conversation with Professors Rosemary Foot and Rachel Murphy on 21st-century social policies and what they tell us about Chinese politics.

2017 – China and the West: Crossroads of Globalisation

Peter Nolan (Cambridge), convened by Professors Rosemary Foot and Rachel Murphy.

2016 – Asia’s Changing Strategic Dynamics and the Implications for China’s Rise and US-China Relations

Dr Evan Medeiros (formerly Special Assistant to US President and Senior Director for Asian affairs, National Security Council). Convened by Professor Rosemary Foot.

2014 – Chinese Reform in Light of James Meade’s Liberal Socialism

Speaker: Zhiyuan Cui (Tsinghua University). Listen to the recording of this lecture.

2013 – Post Socialist Marriage in Contemporary China

Speaker: Deborah Davis (Yale University). Convenor: Professor Rachel Murphy.