【03月09日】Scott Wilson:American Popular Culture, Stereotypes and Multiculturalism
 
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“海外名家系列讲座”第三十三讲

主题American Popular Culture, Stereotypes and Multiculturalism

主讲人:Professor Scott Wilson

主持人:王恩铭 教授

时间:201539 日(周一)180020:00

地点:松江校区5270教室

主办单位:英语学院

讲座内容简介:

Adiscussion of how popular media frames stereotypes of sub-populations as wellas attempts to challenge those stereotypes. The lecture draws on Gramsci'stheory of cultural hegemony and counter-hegemony. The lecture focuses on U.S.depictions of blacks (and to a lesser degree, Asians) in movies and ontelevision. The lecture concludes with a discussion of how political changes inthe U.S. have shaped the presentation of racial categories and the difficultyof challenging stereotypes. The lecture includes some film clips and severalphotos to illustrate the presentation of racial stereotypes.


主讲人简介:

施康德( Scott Wilson)教授,康奈尔大学博士,美国南方大学(The University of the South)政治学系系主任,武汉大学客座教授,中美富布莱特高级访问学者。

SelectedPublications:

    Scott Wilson, Tigers without Teeth: The Pursuit of Justice in Contemporary China(Rowman and Littlefield, forthcoming).

  Scott Wilson, “China’s State in theTrenches: A Gramscian Analysis of Civil Society and Rule of Law Development,” Protosociology 29, (2012), 57-76.  

  Scott Wilson, “Introduction: Chinese NGOs – International and OnlineLinkages,” Journal of Contemporary China.(July 2012), 551-567.

  Scott Wilson, “Seeking One’s Day inCourt: Chinese Regime Responsiveness toInternational Legal Norms on AIDS Carriers’ and Pollution Victims’ Rights,” Journal of Contemporary China. (September 2012),863-880.

  Scott Wilson, Remade in China: ForeignInvestors and Institutional Change, (Oxford University Press, 2009).

Grantsand Honors:

    “China’s Environmental Governance andCitizen Participation,” Fulbright Research Scholarship, for ten months research in China, awarded by CIES/J.William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board, August 2014-June 2015.

    “Lega Development and NGOs in China: ShiftingState-Society Relations,” John B. Stephenson Post-doctoral Fellowship, awardedby Appalachian College Association (AY 2007-08)

   “Institutional Negotiation in China-basedJoint Ventures,” Research Program Grant, Committee for Scholarly Communicationwith China, administered by the American Council of Learned Societies (2000)