Chartwell Lecture, Jonathan Adelman: 'China in Crisis - Will It Become a Super Power in the Next Two Decades?'

2015-01-26 by News, Sports, and Art

Jonathan Adelman, Ph.D., professor at the Josef Korbel School of International Studies at the University of Denver, addresses the question: “China in Crisis: Will it Become a Superpower in the Next Two Decades?”  

Adelman is both a distinguished scholar and talented public lecturer, with remarkable range and depth. His areas of regional expertise span China, Russia, the Middle East and Israel.

Over the course of his career, he has accumulated a deep record of academic publications, and has lectured at leading universities in Europe and America, including Harvard, Columbia, Berkeley, Cambridge and Central European University in Budapest.

He has also contributed to international diplomacy on behalf of the United States government and business firms, and has been a featured speaker on many international speaking tours. His contributions to public awareness of international affairs include op-eds and guest appearances for leading news outlets, including CNN, the Huffington Post, and Fox News, and he has been quoted by The New York Times, The Washington Post, Bloomberg News and NBC News.

We are especially grateful for the support of Mr. David Gottstein, who has made this lecture possible.  

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Jonathan Adelman
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Chartwell Lectures
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Bartlett Lecture: James and Deborah Fallows, China experts

2012-11-13 by News, Sports, and Art

The Bartlett Lecture Series was established in 1970 by the Bob Bartlett Memorial Fund and the University of Alaska.

The 2012 Bartlett Lecture was delivered by Deborah and James Fallows.

James is based in Washington as a national correspondent for The Atlantic and has worked for that magazine for nearly 30 years. He has a distinguished journalism career that includes authoring a number of books and being chosen as finalist for the National Magazine Award and winning the American Book Award for nonfiction.

Deborah authored ‘Dreaming in Chinese.’ She is a linguist and writes on women, education, work and t ravel and has appeared in The Atlantic Monthly, National Geographic and Newsweek.

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Bartlett Lecture Series
James Fallows
The Atlantic
Deborah Fallows
Personal website