The Center for Chinese Studies at the University of Michigan was founded in 1961 and has maintained its leading position among centers nationwide for nearly 50 years. The Center's thirty-plus faculty forms an intellectual community fostering collaboration among humanists, professionals, and social scientists, in an environment appreciative of the interdependency of past and present. Situated within the International Institute, the mission of the Center is to provide students, specialists and the public at large with expert resources and a deeper understanding of issues ranging from today's headlines to time-honored questions of value and meaning. CCS collaborative projects, outreach initiatives, and the M.A. Program all make full use of the multiple disciplines and analytical perspectives promoted by the Center.


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