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The Chair of the Tsinghua-Michigan Society of Fellows is Haiping Yan, Dean of Tsinghua Institute for World Languages and Cultures. Readings explore the socio-political context for the creation of women's art. The final requirement is a 15 page research paper detailing the student's observations and relating them to relevant published scientific work, written according to APA style guidelines. However, to be eligible for the Master's Degree you must have a recognised university degree.

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