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Sebastian Veg, professor at the School of Advanced Studies in Social Science (EHESS) in Paris, describes the major changes in the status and role of intellectuals in China since the crackdown on the democracy movement of 1989 and as the public sphere has broadened to include the Internet and social media. Recorded Sept. 28, 2015 as part of the East Asia Program's Cornell Contemporary China Initiative (CCCI) Lecture Series.