Chinese Studies Public Lecture

Thursday, May 2, 2024 - 18:15

MU Chinese Studies Public Lecture
Time: 14 May 2024, 13:00-15:00
Venue: Riverstown Staff Development Room, MU South Campus

Rethinking Sport from a Global History Perspective: New Developments in Chinese Historiography in the 21st Century
Prof. Shaoli Wang, Northeast Normal University

Shaoli Wang is a Professor of World History in the School of History and Culture at Northeast Normal University of China. His research interests focus on world history, particularly transcultural communication among civilizations in the field of sports. His articles appeared in World History, China Sport Science, History Research and Teaching, and Historiography. His monograph, History of the Greek Olympic Games: A Rediscovery from the Perspective of Political Culture (2014, in Chinese) was collected by the International Olympic Academy, Athens, Greece. Global History PowerPoint Slides

Teaching and Research: New Concepts and Practices in China’s Basic Education
Prof Yan Zhang, Jilin Provincial Institute of Education

Yan Zhang is a Professor of Education at Jilin Provincial Institute of Education, China. Her research interests lie in the historical education of primary and secondary schools in China in the 21st century. Her recent publications include The Key Competences of Historical Learning (2019) and The Practice of Key Competences Education in China: The Experiences of 15 Secondary Schools (2019) Basic Education of China PowerPoint Slides  

 Prof. Shaoli Wang delivering the lecture on global history
  Prof. Yan Zhang delivering the lecture on China's basic education
Colleagues from Chinese Studies are discussing the topics with Prof. Wang and Prof. Zhang.
Prof. Wang and Prof. Zhang presenting the clligraphy 'Teaching and Learning Promote and Enhance Each Other' to Chinese Studies Department