The U.S.-China Perception Monitor is pleased to announce the call for papers for the 7th Annual Young Scholars Forum on U.S.-China Relations.
Organized by the Carter Center, the conference invites young scholars (doctoral candidates, postdoctoral fellows, assistant and associate professors, analysts, researchers, and other young professionals) under the age of 45 to present multidisciplinary findings on various aspects of the most critical bilateral relationship in the world. This year, the conference welcomes research papers related to U.S.-China relations.
The conference will be held online in October, 2022. The deadline for abstracts is June 1, 2022. More details can be found below.
This year’s conference welcomes any research related to U.S.-China relations. Such research could uncover the domestic determinants of American or Chinese foreign policy, analyze the nature of China’s overseas propaganda efforts, or explore challenges to China’s vision of a new normative international order.
Abstracts will be selected according to their original contribution. For more details about how to submit an abstract, please see below.
We are pleased to announce the awards for next year’s conference. Each will come with an official certificate and financial reward. These include the:
> 2022 Jimmy Carter Award for Best Paper on U.S.-China Relations.
> 2022 Jimmy Carter Award for Best Paper on Chinese Foreign Policy.
> 2022 Jimmy Carter Award for Best Paper on United States Foreign Policy.
To submit an abstract, please include the following in one PDF document and submit it to this form:
> One page with your full legal name, your professional title or degree, and your institution;
> A title and abstract of not more than 350 words;
> Your C.V. or Resume.
At this year’s conference, we ask that all materials and submissions be submitted in English.
To download a PDF copy of the poster, please click here.