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Fateful Ties: A History of America’s Preoccupation with China

Professor Gordon Chang ‘70 Shares His Insights on America’s Cultural Obsession with China

WHEN
Thursday, August 27, 2015
6:30-7:00 PM   Registration and Alumni Social
7:00-9:00 PM  Talk and Light Dinner

WHERE
Stanford University
Room 124, Building 160, Wallenberg Hall
(If the room number changes you will be notified)
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EVENT
Americans look to China with fascination and fear, unsure whether the rising Asian power is friend or foe but certain it will play a crucial role in America’s future. This is nothing new, Professor Gordon Chang says. For centuries, Americans have been convinced of China’s importance to their own national destiny. Professor Chang’s recently published book, Fateful Ties, draws on literature, art, biography, popular culture, and politics to trace America’s long and varied preoccupation with China.

Join us for a dinner discussion, as Professor Chang shares his insights from his book, Fateful Ties, which can be purchased on Amazon.com.

Professor Chang will be autographing his book, Fateful Ties, at the talk.

ADMISSION
Seating is limited, so please register early.

Sponsored by the Asian American Alumni Association of Princeton (“A4P”), Princeton Club of Northern California (“PCNC”), the Stanford Asian Pacific American Alumni Club (“SAPAAC”), and the Forum for American/Chinese Exchange at Stanford(“FACES”).

Please contact Chris Loh ’86 (chrisloh888@gmail.com) if you have any questions.

ABOUT PROFESSOR GORDON CHANG
Gordon H. Chang is the Olive H. Palmer Professor in the Humanities and a professor of American history at Stanford University. His academic interests lie in the connection between race and ethnicity in America, and American foreign relations. His particular area of focus is trans-Pacific relations and the inter-connections between East Asia and America. He is interested in political, social, and cultural interactions from the earliest days of America to the present. His current research project concerns the recovery and interpretation of the experiences of Chinese railroad workers in North America. Professor Chang received his undergraduate degree from Princeton University.

Please visit here for more information on Professor Chang’s book, Fateful Ties.

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