Organizing Institution: Global Hong Kong Studies @ University of California
Contact email: [email protected]
Start Date: February 26, 2022 (5:00am)
End Date: February 26, 2022 (6:30am +03)
Co-sponsors: UCLA Center for Chinese Studies, UCLA Asia Pacific Center, UC San Diego 21th Century China Center, UCI Sociology Department, UCI Center on Globalization, Law, and Society (GLAS), and UC San Diego International Institute.
Online Event on Zoom [RSVP Required]
[Pacific Time] February 15, 2022 6PM – 7:30PM
[Hong Kong Time] February 16, 2022 10AM – 11:30AM
Dana Moss (Notre Dame) has proposed the idea of “transnational repression” to rethink how authoritarian states could threaten dissidents in exile and suppress their “voice after exit” in the democratic first world. In this seminar, we will read two chapters of her recent book The Arab Spring Abroad: Diaspora Activism against Authoritarian Regimes, and discuss its implications for studying Hong Kong diasporas. Kennedy Wong (University of Southern California) will serve as our commentator to kick off the discussion.
You will have access to the book chapters once you register. This is a discussion-only seminar. Please read the book chapters ahead of time.