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Helen Siu, Professor of Anthropology

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Episode: April 17, 2013

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Helen Siu is a professor of anthropology. Her teaching interests are political and historical anthropology, and urban and global culture change. For the past four decades, Professor Siu has explored the nature of the socialist state and the refashioning of identities in South China. More recently she is researching the rural-urban divide in China, cross-border dynamics in Hong Kong, and historical and contemporary Asian connections. We talk with Professor Siu about China’s urban revolution.

Learn more about Helen Siu.