NYU China Scholars
International law, international organizations,international investment regime, bilateral investment treaties, investor-state dispute settlement
International Law, Legal History, International Relations
Modern Chinese history, Chinese Foreign Policy, Chinese Business Case Studies, Business Chinese language and culture
History of Chinese-American Relations, Modern Chinese History, Chinese Foreign Policy and Security Strategies, Cold War International History
Semiotics, economic anthropology, media studies
Chinese law and society, human rights in China, US-China economic cooperation, China-Taiwan relations, international and comparative law
International Law, Law of the Sea, Maritime Delimitation Law, Sovereignty Law, Resource Law
Labor, trade unions, collective bargaining, labor regulation, labor dispute resolution.
Urbanization and technological change, media theory, philosophy of technology and urban studies
Urban planning, urban science, urban computation, post-pandemic cities, low-carbon cities
Mental health; migration; social determinants; China
Anthropology; youth; identity; mental health; Chinese medicine
Constitutional Law; Federalism; Property; Administrative Law; Local Government.
international relations, incl. int’l law, IPE, rational choice, geoeconomics, geopolitics.
Environmentalism, urbanization, climate change
Rare earths, Sino-US competition, BRI, ecological civilization, EU-China relations
China’s Revolutions, Radicalism, Gender, Mao Zedong, Modernity.
Political Economy, Political Science, Political Geography, Geoeconomics, Public International Law
Accountability and transparency, rule of law, contentious politics, formal modeling, computational text analysis
Environmental governance, belt and road, ecological civilization, coercion, environmental authoritarianism
International Political Economy, International Security, Regional Focus: Northeast Asia, Southeast Asia, North America
Urbanization in China, Suzhou Creek, Contemporary Shanghai Architecture, Urban Gentrification, Pocket Space
Psychology, fatherhood, parent-child interactions and relationships, and children and adolescents’ socioemotional development in contemporary Chinese societies
Geographic information science, remote sensing, environment-tech industries
China Banking, RMB Internationalization, China capital controls, China monetary policy, China foreign exchange policy
‘Eccentric’ (guai) painting and its reception, the material culture of Qing Dynasty antiquarian studies, transcultural exchanges, and the history of Beijing
Buddhism, Tibet, medicine, religion, history.
Urban sociology, neighborhood effects, health inequality, population aging, social survey methods.
International politics, comparative political economy, political geography, economic history, Asia
Chinese media infrastructure, visual politics, film and digital media, techno-environments, geopolitics
Web development, computer science, design, multi-media production and storytelling
International Relations, Comparative Politics, Chinese Foreign Affairs
Chinese philosophy, literature, language, modern Asian history.
Urbanization in China, Shanghai History and Culture, Cultural Heritage
Historical Memory, Chinese Literature
Asian history and religions, India-China interactions, Indian Ocean connections, and Buddhism
Digital silk road, data governance, digital infrastructure, trade, TPP
Qing history; China’s global connections; legal history, culinary history, political culture
History of technology, material culture, Qing history, craft, trans-regional exchange
ICTs, cultural studies, political economy, fintech, China studies
Modern Chinese history, the Middle East, religious and secular ideas, food.
Katherine Wilhelm’s research focuses on domestic Chinese law and civil society. Katherine is Executive Director, US Asia Law Institute and Adjunct Professor of Law.
Digital Technology, Knowledge Production, Media, Governance, Politics
Education, Inequality and Social Mobility, Survey Research and Quantitative Methods, Urban Sociology, Social Demography, Chinese Society
Contemporary Art, Disability, Law, Global Asias, Race
Africa, China, postcolonialism, culture, Cold War
Silk Road; Dunhuang and Turfan Manuscripts; Buddhism; Chinese Religion; Ritual
Critical theory; modernism and modernity; theories of representation, narrative, and interpretation; political philosophy; aesthetics; and twentieth century Chinese literature and culture.
environment, science and technology, urban studies, development, waste.
Chinese divination; Classicism; Expert Knowledge
Media Culture, Queer Studies, Gender, Race, Digital Media
Embodiment and visuality in China, Documentary film, Family and state, filial piety.
History, art, East Asia