Browning, Christopher

James Brassett, Christopher S. Browning and Muireann O’Dwyer (Forthcoming) ‘EU’ve Got to Be Kidding: Anxiety, Humour and Ontological Security’, Global Society

James Brassett, Christopher S. Browning and Alister Wedderburn (Forthcoming) ‘Humorous States: IR, New Diplomacy and the Rise of Comedy in Global Politics’, Global Society.

(2017) Introduction: Nation Branding and Competitive Identity in World Politics’, Geopolitics 22(3), pp. 481-501. With Antonio Ferraz de Oliveira.

(2017) Reading Brand Africa Geopolitically: Nation-Branding, Subaltern Geopolitics and the Persistence of Politics, Geopolitics 22(3), pp.640-664. With Antonio Ferraz de Oliveira.

(2016) Nation Branding and Development: Poverty Panacea or Business as Usual?, Journal of International Relations and Development 19(1), pp.50-75. (ACCESS)

(2015) Nation Branding, National Self-Esteem and the Constitution of Subjectivity in Late Modernity, Foreign Policy Analysis 11(2), pp.195-214. (ACCESS)

Chao, Jenifer

(2022) The Visual Politics of Brand China: Exceptional History and Speculative Future, Place Branding and Public Diplomacy, (online first) (PDF)

Chao, Jenifer and Kompatsiaris, Panos (2020), ‘Curating Climate Change:The Taipei Biennial as an Environmental Problem Solver’, Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art, 7(1), pp. 7-26. (ACCESS)

(2019) China’s Ancient Past in Its Contemporary Art: On the Politics of Time and Nation Branding at the Venice Biennale, Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art 6 (2 &3), pp. 321-341. (ACCESS)

Jiang, Jiehong

Jiang, Jiehong (ed.) (2021), The Otherness of the Everyday: Twelve Conversations from the Chinese Art World during the Covid-19 Pandemic.

(2021) The Art of Contemporary China, London: Thames and Hudson.

(2018) The Transient City: Urban Transformation in Chinese Contemporary Photography’, in Wang Meiqin and Minna Valjakka (eds.), Visual Arts, Representations and Interventions in Contemporary China: Urbanized Interfaces. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.

(2016) Harmony Imagined, in Bashir Makhoul and Alnoor Mitha (eds.), Conflict and Compassion: A Paradox of Difference in Contemporary Asian Art. Manchester: Home, pp. 51-71.

 (2015) An Era without Memory: Chinese Contemporary Photography on Urban Transformation, London: Thames and Hudson. Hardback book, 192 pages.


Join us for a conversation (in Chinese with English subtitles) with the curators and artists of the China Pavilion at the 2022 Venice Biennale: Zhang Zikang (curator), Sun Dongdong (assistant curator), Wang Yuyang (artist), Liu Jiayu (artist), and Xu Lei (artist). Hosted by Professor Jiang Jiehong.

This is a recording (in Chinese with English subtitles) of an online conversation hosted by Professor Jiang Jiehong with three past curators of the China Pavilion at the prestigious Venice Biennale: Peng Feng (2011 edition), Wang Chunchen (2013 edition), and Wu Hongliang (2019 edition). The event took place on December 4, 2021.  

A conversation with Professor Jiang Jiehong and Dr Pi Li, Sigg Senior Curator of M+ Hong Kong, on art in a COVID-19 world. (In Chinese with English subtitles)

Photo Captions:

  • Top Main: Liu Jianhua, Square, 2014. Steel sheets and gold glazed porcelain pools.  2017 La Biennale di Venezia, 57. Esposizione Internazionale d’Arte.

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