Jonathan Bach’s new book on Urbanization and Migration in Shenzhen

Jonathan Bach, Associate Professor and Chair of the Global Studies Program, has edited a new book, Learning from Shenzhen, from the University of Chicago Press. This multidisciplinary volume, the first of its kind, presents an account of China’s contemporary transformation via one of its most important yet overlooked : Shenzhen, located just north of Hong Kong.

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