UC Irvine Today
May Fourth at 100: Reflections on a Movement that Changed China
Jeff Wasserstrom from UC Irvine, Teresa Wright from CSULB, and Lev Nachman from UC Irvine come to disuss the events on May 4th, 1919, the series of protests erupted in Beijing.
Disscussing questions like What are the contemporary implications of May Fourth? How has the movement been remembered and reclaimed a century after it first broke out? Join the Long US-China Institute on the centenary of the event to hear historians, social scientists, and literary scholarsexplore how the May Fourth “spirit” continues to live on in China today.
Light afternoon refreshments will be provided.
Friday, May 3 at 9:30am to 5:00pm
Social & Behavioral Sciences Gateway, 1321
Pereira Drive, Irvine, CA 92697