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21st Century Chinese Art Market Boom, Ayca Deniz Ergin Jan 2018

21st Century Chinese Art Market Boom, Ayca Deniz Ergin

Summer Program for Undergraduate Research (SPUR)

This research paper provides a detailed analysis of how China has become the fastest growing art market around the world. How did the economic development in China led the country to the top in recent years, in contrast to its Western competitors? What is China’s role in the global art market scene? What changes have been made, in a socialist system, to accommodate foreign investors and what future changes should be made to sustain its growth?

Through focusing on the correlation between economic growth and art market expansions, this research develops the relationship through referencing various quantitative and qualitative ...


Review Of The Book Not Even Past: Barack Obama And The Burden Of Race By T. J. Sugrue, John L. Jackson Jr Sep 2011

Review Of The Book Not Even Past: Barack Obama And The Burden Of Race By T. J. Sugrue, John L. Jackson Jr

Departmental Papers (ASC)

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In Medias Race (And Class): Post-Jim Crow Ethnographies Of Black Middleclassdom, John L. Jackson Jr Mar 2010

In Medias Race (And Class): Post-Jim Crow Ethnographies Of Black Middleclassdom, John L. Jackson Jr

Departmental Papers (ASC)

“Race is the modality in which class is lived” (Hall et al., 1978, p. 394). That's how Stuart Hall evocatively put it, emphasizing the extent to which class relations can actually and substantively “function as race relations” for working class Black Brits (and others). He was arguing, amongst other things, against the neatly reified distinctions scholars traditionally policed between class-based analyses and racial ones.