China Made Lectures and Interviews

China Made Lectures and Interviews is a series of discussions with scholars on how they work with infrastructure in their research projects, and why infrastructure is important to their work.

Lectures

Tim Oakes

City in a Box? Rethinking the Special Economic Zone as the ‘China Model’ of development. Remote lecture given at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Global China Centre’s Virtual Engagements on Global China Speaker Series. October, 2020.


Murray Heibert

Under Beijing’s Shadow: China’s rise and stepped-up involvement in Southeast Asia have prompted a blend of anticipation and unease among its smaller neighbors.


Tim Oakes

The National New Area as an Infrastructure Space A remote lecture at the University of Hong Kong’s China Development Studies Elite Seminar Series. March 31, 2021.


AbdouMaliq Simone

Betcha Nickel: Manifold Routes to the Metropolitan in Indonesia A remote keynote address at the Third China Made Workshop, on May 19, 2021.

Tim Oakes

Keynote Address for Development Days 2022: Infrastructures, technologies, and vulnerabilities in global development. February 17th, 2022, in Helsinki.


Panels

“China Made: the techno-politics, materialities, and legacies of infrastructure development”

Speakers:

Timothy Oakes: Professor of Geography and Director of the Center for Asian Studies University of Colorado Boulder.
Alessandro Rippa: Associate Professor of Chinese Studies Tallinn University.
Darren Byler: Postdoctoral fellow at the Center for Asian Studies University of Colorado Boulder.
Dorothy Tang: Doctoral student at MIT’s Department of Urban Studies and Planning.


BRI as method: forging theoretical agendas

A pre-workshop discussion hosted by the Asia Research Institute for the “Third China Made Workshop: the social life of Chinese infrastructures in Southeast Asia.”

Panelists include: Tim Bunnell, Darren Byler, Chong Ja Ian, Tim Oakes, Woon Chih Yuan, and Yang Yang.


Interviews

Jonathan Bach


Andrew Barry


Max Hirsh


Tong Lam


Katherine Rankin


Hallam Stevens


Dorothy Tang

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