Current Duke PhD students had the opportunity to interview a handful of scholars at the Getting China Right Conference. Conversations covered how interviewees became interested in the study of Chinese politics, what they see as exciting avenues for future research, how they are navigating new challenges surrounding collecting data and conducting fieldwork in China, advice for graduate students in the field, and more. 

Ling Chen, Assistant Professor, Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies

Bruce Dickson, Professor of Political Science and International Affairs, George Washington University

Iza Ding, Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of Pittsburgh

Mary Gallagher, Amy and Alan Lowenstein Professor in Democracy, Democratization, and Human Rights, University of Michigan

Yue Hou,  Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of Pennsylvania

William Hurst, Professor of Political Science, Northwestern University

Ning Leng, Assistant Professor at the McCourt School of Public Policy, Georgetown University

Lizhi Liu, Assistant Professor in the McDonough School of Business, faculty affiliate of the Department of Government, Georgetown University

Xiaobo Lü, Associate Professor of Government, University of Texas at Austin

Jen Pan, Assistant Professor of Communication, Stanford University

Margaret Pearson, Dr. Horace E. and Wilma V. Harrison Distinguished Professor, and Distinguished Scholar-Teacher in the Department of Government and Politics, University of Maryland, College Park

Meg Rithmire, F. Warren McFarlan Associate Professor of Business of Administration, Harvard Business School

Weiyi Shi, Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of California San Diego School of Global Policy and Strategy

Rory Truex, Assistant Professor of Politics and Public Affairs, Princeton University

Samantha Vortherms, Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of California Irvine

Jeremy Wallace, Associate Professor of Government, Cornell University

Yuhua Wang, Associate Professor of Government, Harvard University

Yiqing Xu, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Stanford University