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Wilson Center Announces 2023-24 Wilson China Fellowship Class

WASHINGTON—The Wilson Center is pleased to announce the members of the 2023-24 Wilson China Fellowship class, a China-focused non-residential fellowship supporting the next generation of American scholarship on China. It is made possible by the generous support of the Carnegie Corporation of New York.

This class of 16 Wilson China Fellows includes scholars and practitioners working on a diverse range of policy-relevant issue areas vital to understanding the rise of China and its implications for the United States and the world. 

The 2023-24 class of Wilson China Fellows are listed below, along with the projects they will pursue while in residence at the Wilson Center.

Yelena Biberman, Associate Professor, Skidmore College. “U.S.-China-Russia Geo-Strategic Competition in the Age of Artificial Intelligence and Biotechnology”

Christopher Carothers, Deputy Chair of the East Asia and Pacific Area Studies Program at the U.S. State Department’s Foreign Service Institute. “Understanding the Chinese Government’s Growing Use of Anti-American Propaganda”

Erin Baggott Carter, Assistant Professor, University of Southern California. “CCP Lobbying and Propaganda in the United States”

Mark Peter Dallas, Associate Professor, Union College. “Global Value Chains and the New Era of Technology Controls in US-China Relations”

Jessica DiCarlo, Assistant Professor, University of Utah. “Can the Race for Battery Manufacturing Be ‘Green’?: China’s Responsible Mining Initiatives and a Firm Perspective on Critical Mineral Sourcing”

Aaron Glasserman, Academy Scholar, Harvard Academy for International and Area Studies. “It's Got That Swing: The Politics of Ethnic Policy in China”

Naima Green-Riley, Assistant Professor, Princeton University. “Beyond Nationalism: Understanding Chinese Public Attitudes”

Mark Jia, Associate Professor, Georgetown University. “China's Rise and American Law”

Jason Kelly, Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor), Cardiff University. “Logics of War in the Age of Reform and Opening Up”

Shuxian Luo, Assistant Professor, University of Hawaii, Mānoa. “Russia in China’s Contemporary Territorial Disputes and Implications for the United States’ Indo-Pacific Strategy”

Ammar Malik, Senior Research Scientist, AidData. “Crossroads of Regret: Unveiling Asia's Belt & Road Dilemma”

Lev Nachman, Assistant Professor, National Chengchi University. “Feeling Blue: Are Taiwanese Youth Becoming Less Pro-Independence?”

David Steinberg, Associate Professor, Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies. “Renminbi Internationalization and Political Support for Exchange Rate Reform in China”

Jessica Teets, Professor, Middlebury College. “Evaluating the Impact of Xi’s “Responsive Government” Reforms on Policy Deliberation”

Jeremy Wallace, Professor, Cornell University. “China’s Carbon Triangle: Climate Change and the Unwinding of the Land-Finance-Real Estate Development Model”

Shellen Wu, Associate Professor, Lehigh University. “Tensions of the Endless Frontier: Geostrategic Competition and the Lives of Scientists”

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