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Tagore, China and The Critique of Nationalism

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Lecturer: Partha Chatterjee  Host: Wang Xiaoming

Date: Saturday, Oct 30, 2010

Panelist:

Dai Jinhua(Professor, Institute of Comparative Literature and Culture, Peking University) 
Ni Wei(Professor, Department of Chinese Language and Literature, Fudan University) 
Wang Hui(Professor, Department of Chinese Language and Literature/Department of History, Tsing Hua Univeristy) 
Zhang Rulun(Professor, Department of Philosohpy, Fudan University) 

Dai Jin-hua: 
Born in Beijing, is a graduate from Department of Chinese Language and Literature in Peking University. Dai was teaching in Department of Film Literature in Beijing Film Academy for 11 years, and started his career as a professor in the Institute of Comparison Literature and Culture in Peking University since 1993, and was the Dean of Film and Culture Development Centre in the university. Dai is devoted to studies on mass media, film and gender, has also been participating in the New Rural Construction Movement and Green Environmental Campaign in China for a long time, and his visits covered tens of countries and regions in Asia, Europe, and North America. Dai has over 10 books, some of which were translated into English, French, Deutsch, Italian, Spanish, Japanese, and Korean for publication. 

Ni Wei: 
He is Associate Professor at the Department of Chinese Language and Literature at Fudan University, and the author of Imagining the Nation and Controlling the State:The Literary Policies and Movements of NanJing Kuomintang Goverment, 1928-1948 (2003). 

Wang Hui: 
Wang Hui, Professor of School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Director of the Institute for Advanced Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences at Tsinghua University. His main publications include The Rise of Modern Chinese Though, The Depoliticized Politics, China's New Order, The End of the Revolution, etc.. 

Zhang Rulun: 
born in Shanghai 1953, Ph.D., is professor of philosophy at Fudan University, Chief-editor of Contemporary Chinese Phisosophy Series.