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Panel to be held at ASA 2023 conference on Financializing social protection in the Global South

Veröffentlicht am 17. Januar 2023

Professor Minh Nguyen and Dr Jingyu Mao will co-convene a panel at ASA (Association of Social Anthropologists) 2023 conference this April at SOAS, London.

Professor Sohini Kar from the London School of Economics will be the discussant.

More details can be found here: https://nomadit.co.uk/conference/asa2023/p/12818.  

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Hybrid lecture by Dr. Sophia Woodman: Reflections on citizenship from a China vantage point

Veröffentlicht am 23. November 2022
Dr. Sophia Woodman from University of Edinburgh will give a lecture titled »Reflections on citizenship from a China vantage point« on December 8th. The lecture starts at 4pm c.t. can be joined in person (X-B2-103) or via Zoom. For registration klick here.[Weiterlesen]
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Film screening event - Worlds of Labour: from socialist China (1980s) to late-socialist Vietnam (2010s)

Veröffentlicht am 22. November 2022

Jingyu Mao is hosting a film screening event titled: »Worlds of Labour: from socialist China (1980s) to late-socialist Vietnam (2010s)«

The documentaries »North China Factory« (1980) and »Nimble Fingers« (2017) will be shown. After that there will be a discussion with the director of Nimble Fingers, Parsifal Reparato. The event is hosted via Zoom and everybody is welcome to join. 

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Producing flexible working subjects

Veröffentlicht am 10. November 2022

Jingyu Mao is invited to give a talk by the Cambridge Chinese Migration Studies Group on November 24th. The talk is entitled: Producing flexible working subjects: the politics of seasonal bonus work and welfare arrangement among migrant factory workers in China. For more information, please see the poster. 

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WelfareStruggles Policy Brief Series now available online

Veröffentlicht am 14. Juli 2022

We are pleased to announce the WelfareStruggles Policy Brief Series is now available online. This series is edited by Prof. Minh Nguyen and features short comparative assessments of a number of key issues that characterise the institutional contexts of labour mobility and welfare provision in China and Vietnam. These issues are directly implicated in the politics around the care of the migrant labour force that we are investigating in this project. The Policy Brief is written for a broad range of audience, including NGO workers, policy makers, researchers, students, and anyone interested in the similarities and differences between the Chinese and Vietnamese institutional contexts. 

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New Journal Paper Publication by Jingyu Mao

Veröffentlicht am 5. April 2022

Jingyu Mao has published a paper, co-authored with her colleague Qing Lin, on China Perspectives. The title is: ‘A New Job after Retirement’: Negotiating Grandparenting and Intergenerational Relationships in Urban China. https://doi.org/10.4000/chinaperspectives.13520

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Workshop presentation 'Friends are those who can help you out' by Jingyu Mao

Veröffentlicht am 17. Februar 2022

From 13th to 15th January 2022, Dr Jingyu Mao has attended the workshop organised by the project 'Social Worlds: China's Cities as Spaces of Worldmaking' at Würzburg University. She presented a work-in-progress draft entitled "'Friends are those who can help you out': unpacking the understandings and experiences of friendship among young migrant workers in China", and has received constructive feedback on her draft. She also participated in lively discussions of other participants' papers, which share the common theme of the social world, urban spaces, and contemporary China. 

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