A collection of essays from the First China Made workshop, guest edited by Tim Oakes and Alessandro Rippa, and featuring work by Jonathan Bach, Andrew Grant, Tong Lam, Alessandro Rippa, Hallam Stevens, Dorothy Tang, and Amy Zhang
tongdao 通道 passage, passageway, channel
wuliu 物流 logistics
fangbian 方便 convenience
anzhi 安置 suitable resettlement
qu 区 area, region, zone
sudu 速度 speed
sheji 设计 design
articles, chapters, reports
Rippa, A. 2020. Mapping the margins of China’s global ambitions: economic corridors, Silk Roads, and the end of proximity in the borderlands. Eurasian Geography and Economics 61(1): 55-76.
Dwyer, M. 2020. “They will not automatically benefit”: The politics of infrastructure development in Laos’s Northern Economic Corridor. Political Geography 78.
Rest, M. & A. Rippa. 2019. Road animism: reflections on the life of infrastructures. HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory 9(2): 373-389.
Oakes, T. 2019. China’s urban ideology: new towns, creation cities, and contested landscapes of memory. Eurasian Geography and Economics 60(4): 400-421.
August 2020. New Grounds: Infrastructuring the Central Plains of China
March 2020. Second China Made Workshop: China’s Domestic Infrastructures; 第二次中国制造研讨会：中国国内基础设施
April 2019. Keywords for Infrastructure and Media: Social Lives and Material Effects” Workshop, Denver, March 24-5, 2019
January 2019. Invisible Infrastructure: a project outline; 隐形的基础设施：项目概述
November 2018. First China Made Workshop: Conceiving Infrastructure in a Chinese Register; 首次中国制造研讨会：构想中国框架内的基础设施
November 2018: First China Made Workshop: Conceiving Infrastructure in a Chinese Register. Association for Asian Studies #Asia Now blog.
November 2018. China Made project director Tim Oakes was interviewed by Nazarbayev University President Shigeo Katsu during the 2018 Nazarbayev University Forum “China and the World: Engaging with a Reemerging Superpower”, November 28-29 in Astana, Kazakhstan.
February 2018: “CU Boulder scholars to lead effort analyzing China’s huge infrastructure push.” University of Colorado College of Arts & Sciences Magazine.
a series of interviews with scholars discussing how they work with infrastructure in their research projects, and why infrastructure is important to their work