Cyber China 2.0: Nailing Jell-O To The Wall
Dans le cadre du séminaire de Sebastian Veg, The Public Sphere in 20th century China, Rogier Creemers, chercheur à l’université de Leiden, prononcera une conférence intitulée : « Cyber China 2.0: Nailing Jell-O To The Wall ».
La conférence aura lieu en anglais. Séance ouverte à tous.
Veuillez noter que la séance se tiendra exceptionnellement en salle 15.
- Lundi 20 mars 2017, de 16h à 18h
- EHESS – Salle 15
190 avenue de France – 75013 Paris
During the past few years, China has reinvigorated its efforts to regain the initiative in the public sphere. In particular the restructuring of the Internet governance landscape has terminated a number of trends that China scholars and observers deemed unstoppable, and has altered the logic for public discourse and state-society relationships. From social media to e-commerce and surveillance, the Chinese state is building new methods that better position it for the challenges it foresees for the coming decades. This lecture will survey these developments, and discuss their implications for our understanding of the durability of China’s political system, changing global politics and the influence of technology in political life.
Rogier Creemers is a researcher in the Law and Governance of China at Leiden University. He holds Master degrees in Sinology and International Relations, and a doctorate in Law. His main research interests are how technology influences how China is governed, with a particular focus on cybersecurity and regulation. His work has been published, amongst others, in the China Journal and the Journal of Contemporary China. He also edits China Copyright and Media, a database of primary source materials.