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Dec. 1, Yifan Zou
Friday, December 1,  4:30 - 6:30 pm, CWAC 156 Traditions Reinterpreted: Text and Image in Wu Zhen's Eight Views of Jiahe (1344) Yifan Zou Department of Art History, University of Chicago More)
Thursday, November 16th : Jonathan Henshaw "Remembering and Forgetting: Commemorations of the Second World War in Nanjing"
Jonathan Henshaw PhD Candidate, Department of History, University of British Columbia "Remembering and Forgetting: Commemorations of the Second World War in Nanjing" Thursday, November 16th 4:00-6:00 PM John Hope Franklin Room [SSR 224] Discussa (More)
WEDS. Nov. 16, Zhenru Zhou
Wednesday, November 15,  5:00 - 7:00 pm, CWAC 156 A Visual Study of the Front Panel of a Tang Dynasty Buddhist Shrine Zhenru Zhou Department of Art History, University of Chicago More)
Oct 27, LI Jian’an
Friday, October 27,  4:30 to 6:30pm, CWAC 156 从山林到海洋——福建古代陶瓷与海上丝绸之路 From the Mountain Forests to the Sea: Fujian Ancient Ceramics and the Maritime Silk Road 栗建安 LI Jian’an  福建博物院文物考古研究所, 所长  Director, Institute of Cultural Relics and Arch (More)
Friday, October 27th: Scott Relyea "'A Fence on Which We Can Rely’: Asserting Sovereignty in Early Twentieth Century Southwest China"
Scott Relyea Assistant Professor, Appalachian State University 'A Fence on Which We Can Rely’: Asserting Sovereignty in Early Twentieth Century Southwest China Friday, October 27th, 4:00-6:00 PM John Hope Franklin Room [SSR 224] Discussant: Tian (More)
Thursday, October 19th : Kyle Gardner "Communication: Roads, Regulation and British Joint Commissioners"
Kyle Gardner PhD Candidate, University of Chicago "Communication: Roads, Regulation and British Joint Commissioners" Along the Hindustan-Tibet Road and Leh-Yarkand Treaty Road Thursday, October 19th 3:00-5:00 PM John Hope Franklin Room [SSR 224] (More)
Oct 13, GU Zheng
Friday, October 13,  4:30 to 6:30pm, CWAC 156 Between Journalism and Propaganda: The Assassination of Song Jiaoren in Minglibao GU Zheng  顾铮 Professor and Vice-Director of the Research Center for Visual Culture, School of Journalism, Fudan U (More)
Thursday, Oct. 5th : Karl Gerth "The Mao Badge Fad: How a State-Sponsored Consumer Fad undermined a Revolution"
Karl Gerth Hwei-Chih and Julia Hsiu Chair in Chinese Studies and Professor of History, UC San Diego "The Mao Badge Fad: How a State-Sponsored Consumer Fad undermined a Revolution" Thursday, October 5th, 4:00-6:00 PM John Hope Franklin Room [SSR 2 (More)
10/20: Matthew Johnson
Matthew Johnson Assistant Professor of History, Grinnell College "Mass Culture in Maoist China: Archival Perspective and Methodological Challenges." Oct. 20 (Thursday) 4:00-6:00 p.m. John Hope Franklin Room (SS224) (More)
D Ryan Gray, Mar 12
Our last meeting of the quarter will be a joint session with the Interdisciplinary Archaeology Workshop. In place of a precirculated paper, the speaker will give a PowerPoint presentation for 30-40 minutes followed by discussion. D. Ryan Gray Gra (More)
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