African Humanities

Paul and Marcia Wythes Center on Contemporary China

Yang Zhou

Visiting PhD Student

Paul and Marcia Wythes Center on Contemporary China, Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies

354 Wallace Hall

During Yang Zhou's visit, Professor Xie will involve her in a research project, “Market Transition and Job Mobility Trends in China,” which will be based on statistical analyses of job history data from the China Family Panels Study (CFPS). It will be an important study, because very little is currently known about job mobility in contemporary China, as truly longitudinal data needed for this kind of study were made possible only recently by the 2014 wave of CFPS.


Democracy & Development

Fung Global Program

Sjoerd van Tuinen

Fung Global Fellow - Fall 2017

Fung Global Fellows Program

Louis A. Simpson International Building, Office 163B

Van Tuinen was a Fung Global Fellow in Fall of 2017.  He is currently an associate professor in philosophy at Erasmus University in the Netherlands. He received a Ph.D. in philosophy from Ghent University in Belgium. At his home university, he coordinates the Centre for Art and Philosophy and is a co-founder of the Erasmus Institute for Public Knowledge, where he is responsible for a project on European politics of debt and austerity. In his project at Princeton, titled “Ressentiment: Pedagogy of a Concept,” van Tuinen worked to disentangle what he called the “resentment-ressentiment complex,” or the confusion of authentic indignation with passive aggression in current political discourse. He is the editor of numerous books, including “Deleuze and The Fold. A Critical Reader” (2010), “De nieuwe Franse filosofie” (2011), “Speculative Art Histories” (2017) and ” The Polemics of Ressentiment”  (forthcoming). He is the author of “Sloterdijk. Binnenstebuiten denken” (2004).


Migration Research Community

South Asian Studies

Visiting Faculty

Visiting Lecturer