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Center For Ethics: Scholars at Risk Guest Lecturer - Professor Teng Biao
Start Date: 11/13/2020Start Time: 2:00 AM
End Date: 11/13/2020End Time: 3:15 AM
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Scholars at Risk Guest Lecturer - Professor Teng Biao
November 12-13, 2020 - Virtual Campus Visit
Public Lecture on November 13 during Common Hour

“From 1989 to 1984: The Formation of China’s High-Tech Totalitarianism”

After the Tiananmen Democracy Movement and June 4th Massacre in 1989, due to the marketization reform, entry to the WTO and the western “engagement policy,” China has become the second largest economy. Contrary to what most had presumed and predicted, the market economy and rapid growth didn’t lead China to an open society or democracy. The Chinese Communist Party has tightened its one-party rule and utilized its political-economic-technological power to establish an unprecedented high-tech totalitarianism, which has been the biggest threat to global freedom and democracy. Following the talk, faculty discussants, Casey Miller, Sociology and Anthropology, and Jeff Pooley, Media and Communication, will lead discussion through a guided Q & A session.
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Name: Brian Mello
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