Past Events

Staff Writer, The New Yorker
March 8, 2022
Why I No Longer Write About Music

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February 28, 2022
Immersive Journalism and Human Rights
Religion Reporter and Editor, Deseret News (Utah)
February 25, 2022
Writing Religion and the Supreme Court
December 6, 2021
Metaphors of Online Life in China

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Co-sponsored by ISP and Paul Tsai China Center

Documentary Filmmaker and Cinematographer
December 2, 2021
Images for Ideas

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Co-sponsored by the School of Art

Host and Co-founder of The Sinica Podcast
December 2, 2021
The View Out China’s Windows: Channeling Chinese Perspectives on U.S.-China Relations

Co-sponsored by the MacMillan Center

author and New York Times national editor
November 29, 2021
Immigration, Politics, and Prejudice

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Co-sponsored by ISP and Paul Tsai China Center

Staff Writer, The New Yorker Magazine
November 9, 2021
Thinking in Public About Public Art

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Tech Reporter, The New York Times
November 8, 2021
Inside Beijing's Tech Crackdown

Since late 2020, China’s leaders have swiftly and aggressively moved to regulate China’s biggest tech companies, including Alibaba and Didi. What has the regulatory onslaught told us about how Beijing sees high-tech industries and their place in the economy? What can the West learn from China’s experience when it comes to its own crop of unruly internet giants? 

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Co-sponsored by ISP and Paul Tsai China Center.

Science Writer
November 5, 2021
Thinking Outside the Brain: How Our Bodies, Our Spaces, and Our Relationships Extend Our Intelligence

Moderated by Michael J. Sernyak, MD: Professor of Psychiatry; Deputy Chair for Clinical Affairs and Program Development; CEO, Connecticut Mental Health Center; Co-Director, Yale Division of Public Psychiatry

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Meeting ID: 972 2621 5964
Passcode: 258324