Join us for a monthly brown bag lunch series, showcasing the varied new research undertaken in the centre.
First in the series is Associate Professor Haiqing Yu.
Haiqing’s research seeks to examine the social, economic, political, and cultural consequences and opportunities for individuals and communities in living with: changing digital communication technologies; increasing mobility, displacement, and need for emplaced and networked encounters in everyday life; efforts from the public and private sectors to seek innovative solutions to digital and social inclusion; and nation-states’ drive to increase their global cultural influence and presence. Comparing China with Australia and other countries in the Asia Pacific, this research has social and public policy implications on respective societies.
Monday 21 May
Time: 12:30pm – 1:30pm
Venue: RMIT Council Chamber, Building 1, Level 2, room 17
*Bring your brown bag lunch
Register for this event: https://haiqingyu.eventbrite.com.au