报道亚洲:对话纽约时报记者

Sat, 13 Jul 2019 14:30:00 GMT ~ Sat, 13 Jul 2019 17:00:00 GMT
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活动简介 | Event Brief

现如今,亚洲成为了新闻的焦点,朝美关系、美国与中印等国贸易摩擦升级、美伊局势等话题牵动着人们的神经。然而,即使西方媒体迫切需要理性、细致地报道亚洲事务,做到这一点却越来越难。

7月13日,哥大全球中心 | 北京邀请您参加2019哥大中国之夏·东亚研究系列,暨庆祝哥伦比亚大学魏德海东亚研究所成立70周年 —— 对话纽约时报记者。

本次活动也是魏德海东亚研究所“Reporting Asia”系列的第三场讲座。这一系列邀请在亚洲不同地区有着丰富经验的作家、编辑、记者进行分享。

对话活动结束后,还将举办哥大东亚研究所校友及访问学者招待会,期待大家的到来。


Asia is in the news. Headlines are dominated by trade wars with China or the possibility of actual war with North Korea. Yet, even while reasoned and nuanced reportage on Asia is urgently needed, it has become increasingly difficult to do so.


On July 13, Columbia Global Centers | Beijing invites you to the 2019 Columbia Beijing Summer East Asian Studies Series -- Reporting Asia Panel Discussion.

 

This discussion is the third event in the "Reporting Asia Lecture Series," which features seasoned writers, editors, and journalists who have experience in reporting on different parts of Asia. Together they speak to the new and challenging environment which reporters and observers of Asia face today.

 

This series is also part of the Weatherhead East Asian Institute's 70th anniversary programming.


The panel discussion will be followed by a reception for Institute alumni.


研讨嘉宾 | Panelists

Keith Bradsher

普利策奖得主、《纽约时报》上海分社社长,也是该报社亚洲经济和商业领域的资深作家。他曾担任时报香港分社和底特律分社社长,上世纪90年代初,他作为驻华盛顿记者报道国际贸易和美联储,后作为驻纽约记者报道交通和电子通信。

Bradsher出生于1964年,拥有普利斯顿大学伍德罗·威尔逊学院主修公共政策硕士学位(专注经济学领域)、北卡罗来纳大学教堂山校区经济学学士学位,并为该校的Morehead学者。在加入《纽约时报》以前,Bradsher在1987-1989年间为《洛杉矶时报》撰稿。


Keith Bradsher is the Pulitzer Prize-winning Shanghai bureau chief for The New York Times and the company's senior writer for Asia economics and business. He reopened the Shanghai bureau in November, 2016. He has previously served as the Hong Kong Bureau Chief and the Detroit Bureau Chief for The Times. Before those postings, he was a Washington correspondent for The Times, covering international trade and then the Federal Reserve, and a New York-based business reporter, covering transportation and then telecommunications.

Born in 1964, Mr. Bradsher received a degree in economics from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he was a Morehead scholar. He received a master's degree in public policy with a concentration in economics from the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton University. Prior to joining The Times, Mr. Bradsher wrote for The Los Angeles Times from 1987 until 1989.


主持人 | Moderators

林郁沁 Eugenia Lean

哥伦比亚大学魏德海东亚研究所主任、副教授。她在1990年于斯坦福大学获学士学位,并分别于1996年与2001年在加州大学洛杉矶校区获得硕士与博士学位。林郁沁教授从科技工业史、大众传媒、消费者文化、性别情感研究、法制与城市化社会等视角研究中国晚清和现代中国历史,她也关注以史学和批判理论研究东亚学的课题。林郁沁教授著有《施剑翘复仇案:民国时期公众同情的兴起与影响》,本书被美国历史研究学会授予2007年度费正清奖,被评为东亚现代历史研究中的最佳著作。

林郁沁教授目前正在进行的研究名为:“创造中国民族工业:本土主义工匠与牙膏粉大亨陈蝶仙(1879-1940)”。陈蝶仙,这位民国时代的作家、编辑、科学爱好者和制药工业家有着不同寻常的一生。林教授意图通过他的事迹和写作,寻找民族科学、全球商贸、以及在大众传媒时代证实真相的交叉点。


Eugenia Lean is currently the Director of the Weatherhead East Asian Institute and Associate Professor of Chinese history at the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures, Columbia University. She received her BA from Stanford University (1990), and her MA (1996) and PhD (2001) from UCLA. She is interested in a broad range of topics in late imperial and modern Chinese history with a particular focus on the history of science and industry, mass media, consumer culture, affect studies and gender, as well as law and urban society. She is also interested in issues of historiography and critical theory in the study of East Asia. She is the author of Public Passions: the Trial of Shi Jianqiao and the Rise of Popular Sympathy in Republican China (UC Press, 2007), which was awarded the 2007 John K. Fairbank prize for the best book in modern East Asian history, given by the American Historical Association.

Professor Lean is currently researching a project titled "Manufacturing China's Vernacular Industrialism: Nativist Tinkerer and Toothpowder Magnate, Chen Diexian (1879-1940)," which examines the practices and writings of maverick figure Chen Diexian, a professional writer/editor, science enthusiast, and pharmaceutical industrialist. The project aims to explore the intersection among vernacular science, global commerce, and ways of authenticating knowledge and things in an era of mass communication.


吕晓波 Xiaobo Lü

哥伦比亚大学巴纳德学院政治学Ann Whitney Olin讲席教授、2008-2010年间担任哥大全球中心 | 北京创始主任。吕晓波教授曾任清华大学公共管理学院客座教授,并同时在北京大学、中国人民大学、中山大学授课。他也在中国各地定期参加政策改革与环境保护的会议。

吕晓波教授在哥大教授的课程包括中国政治、政治经济和比较政治等主题。他的研究领域涵盖后社会主义转型、腐败与良性政府、政策改革和政商关系。2008-2010年,他是国际研究项目“中国中央地方关系与环境治理”的负责人,该项目由全球公共政策网络(GPPN)投资。目前,他正在筹备自己的新书《从选手到裁判:中国监管型政府的崛起》。


Xiaobo Lü is the Ann Whitney Olin Professor of Political Science at Barnard College. Professor Lü was the founding Director of Columbia Global Centers | Beijing in 2008-10.  While in China, he was a visiting professor at Tsinghua University and taught courses at the School of Public Policy and Management at Tsinghua. He also lectured at Remin, Zhongshan, and Peking Universities and participated in several conferences on regulatory reform and environmental governance in China.

Professor Lü teaches courses on Chinese politics, political economy, and comparative politics. His research interests include post-socialist transition, corruption and good governance, regulatory reforms, and government-business relations. As a principle investigator, he was responsible for leading an international research project, "Central-local relations and environmental governance in China", funded by Global Public Policy Network (consisted of Columbia, LSE, and Sciences-po) in 2008-10. Currently he is working on a book manuscript, From Player to Referee: the Rise of the Regulatory State in China.


活动日程 | Agenda

2:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

报道亚洲 研讨会

Panel Discussion on "Reporting Asia"


4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

校友招待会

Alumni Reception


报名须知 | Special Notice

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