The Third Interdisciplinary Symposium for Emerging Scholars on India China Studies is part of the India China Institute’s continuing commitment to build a community of scholars who are engaged in research that focuses on new and innovative approaches to understanding India-China relations. The Emerging Scholars program also draws on The New School’s tradition of fostering horizontal and vertical knowledge sharing across disciplines and amongst scholars in different stages of their careers.
Following the symposiums held in China and India in November 2013, this symposium is the third part of a three-part symposium series. Seven presenters selected from the three countries for this symposium will share their work and participate in multi-disciplinary investigation and deliberation with distinguished scholars.
Uttam Lal, Assistant Professor, Geography & Natural Resources Management, Sikkim University, India: “Suturing Fragmented Geographies through Fragmented Land Route”
Ying Su, PhD Candidate, Institute of International Studies, Yunnan University, China: “Indians’ Attitudes towards English”
Min Ye, Assistant Professor, Department of International Relations, Boston University: “Institutions, Diffusion by Diasporas: Foreign Direct Investment in China and India”
Yu Zheng, Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Connecticut: “Institutions, Labor Mobility, and Foreign Direct Investment in China and India”
Nirmola Sharma, Doctoral Candidate, East Asian Studies, University of Delhi, India: “Compulsions and Contestations of Ideology: The India National Army’s Justification For Collaboration with the Japanese in Occupied China (1942-1945)”
Yinghong Huang, Assistant Professor, Sun Yat-sen University, China : “Between Justice and Development: The Mixed Stories of Land acquisition in India and China”
Prakash Kashwan, Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Connecticut: “Institutional Political Economy of Land Acquisition in India (with a Glance over the Himalayas)”