Thursday, April 21, 2022 7pm to 8:30pm
About this Event
You are invited to Chinese Studies Forum #8 featuring anthropologist Dr. Jing Xu from University of Washington.
About the Talk: How do we become moral persons in specific historical-cultural contexts? How does social environment and psychological mechanisms together shape children’s earliest moral experience? This talk presents a story of moral development across time and space, based on ethnographic fieldwork in two projects, from early 2010s Shanghai to mid-20th century rural Taiwan.
About the Speaker: Jing Xu is an affiliate assistant professor of Anthropology at the University of Washington and a NAEd/Spencer Postdoctoral Fellow. Through the particular lens of children’s moral development, her work examines education, family, and morality in contemporary China, martial law-era Taiwan and cross-cultural comparative contexts. She is the author of The Good Child: Moral Development in a Chinese Preschool (Stanford University Press, 2017).
Registraion link: https://lmula.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZcvcu2hqzMuHtU6KiANTRYiemXPQynZ9W6q
The China Studies Group
The China Studies Group (CSG) is a network of faculty and staff at LMU who teach, research, and do work in or related to the broad interdisciplinary field of China Studies. The mission of the CSG is to cultivate an open space for robust scholarly exchange about China and China- related global issues and to serve the professional growth of faculty and staff engaged in studying China. The CSG aims not only to build a lively community of students and scholars engaged in China Studies but also to generate productive intercultural conversations beyond the Bluff. Since its founding in 2020, the CSG has organized a series of well-attended academic talks, discussion panels, and workshops involving outside guests as well as our own faculty, staff, and students.
Registration link: https://lmula.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZcvcu2hqzMuHtU6KiANTRYiemXPQynZ9W6q
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