The HU and FU currently offer the following joint teaching courses:
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    Methods in Practice: Engaging in Academic Debates

    This course sharpens students' skills in empirical academic argumentation within the social sciences, drawing inspiration from Burke's concept of the "unending conversation" and featuring a lecture series by global scholars from the Berlin Contemporary China Network, offering valuable insights for empirical research enthusiasts.

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    Digital Governance in China

    This seminar delves into the impact of digital technologies on politics globally, exploring the rise of digital authoritarianism in China, with sessions covering authoritarian politics, the transformative potential of digital technologies, and specific topics like citizen expression, digital nationalism, and dissent within the country.

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    China in the Anthropocene: Environmental and Climate Politics in the PRC

    This seminar offers a comprehensive examination of mainland China's "green transformation," covering topics such as the anthropocene, China's climate and environmental politics, and aims to introduce students to sustainability debates, environmental authoritarianism, and enhance their English-speaking debate skills.

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