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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)
April 19: Pär Cassel
Pär Cassel Assistant Professor, History, University of Michigan "Tinker, tailor, consul, sailor: Sino-Japanese Extraterritoriality under the Treaty of Tianjin, 1871-1895" Thursday, April 19, 2012 JHF Room, 4-6 pm. (More)
May 30 (Thursday): Max Bohnenkamp
Max Bohnenkamp  (PhD Candidate, East Asian Languages and Civilizations, University of Chicago) “A “New Folk Marvel-Tale” (Xin minjian chuanqi 新民间传奇): The Revolutionary Re-Writing of Chinese Folklore and Literary Tradition in The White Haired Girl" (More)
3/5 Katherine Alexander
Preserving Grains, Written Paper, and Infants in the Shadow of the Taiping War Speaker: Katherine Alexander (PhD Candidate, EALC) Discussant: Daniel Knorr (PhD S (More)
Thurs. Feb. 9 **4:30 PM** : Stacie Kent “Commercial Treaties: A Framework for Governance”
Stacie Kent Collegiate Assistant Professor, University of Chicago “Commercial Treaties: A Framework for Governance” February 9, 2017 4:30 - 6:30 PM John Hope Franklin Room, SSR 224 **Please note the time change from 4:00 to 4:30** (More)
Thursday, March 30th 4:30-6:30 PM : Covell Meyskens - The Demilitarization of Chinese Socialism
Covell Meyskens Assistant Professor, Naval Postgraduate School “The Demilitarization of Chinese Socialism” Thursday, March 30th, 4:30-6:30 PM Social Sciences Tea Room (SSR, 2nd Floor) Discussant: Weichu Wang (University of Chicago) (More)
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