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Vox Video, Explained
Presented by Christina Thornell (Video Journalist,   Slides Presentation (PDF)   Video   (More)
Spring 2019 Schedule
Art and Politics of East Asia Workshop (APEA) is excited to announce the Spring 2019 schedule.   Location: Center for East Asian Studies, Room 319, 1155 E 60th St Time: Friday, 3-5PM Please note special location or time for some even (More)
Chenxin Jiang
Chenxin Jiang (PhD Candidate, Social Thought) Philhellenism and Philosophy in 1920s China Discussant: Yanxiao He (PhD Student, Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations) Friday, April 12, 3-5PM Location: CEAS 319 (1155 E 60th St) More)
Susan Su
Susan Su (PhD Candidate, EALC) "Beyond Censorship: Language and Literary Networks in Tibetan-Language Online Literature Websites of the 2000s" Discussant: Sabine Schulz (PhD Student, EALC) Friday, March 8, 3-5PM Location: CEAS 319 (1155 E 60th St (More)
Lilian Kong
 Lilian Kong Wolf Warrior II: Chinese Nationalism in the Popular Culture and Media Age Friday, October 26th: 1 p.m* Location: CEAS 319 (1155 E. 60th St.) More)
Chao Wang
Chao Wang Blind Singing Girls and the Respectability of Livelihood in Early Republican Guangzhou, 1911-1927 Friday, October 19th, 3-5 p.m. Location: CEAS 319 (1155 E. 60th St.) Discussant: Weichu Wang (PhD Student, History) More)
Screening of Art in Smog with Lydia Chen
Art in Smog  Screening and Conversation with Director Lydia Chen Friday, October 12th, 3-5 p.m. Location: Cochrane-Woods Art Center, Room 157 Joint Event with the Visual and Material Perspectives on East Asia Workshop Introduced by Professor Pao (More)
2018 Fall Quarter Schedule
Sun Xun 孙逊 Endopsychic Fire, 2015. Painting Ink and color on Photographic Paper, Silver dust (More)
May 31, Yunfei Shao
Thursday, May 31,  5:00 – 7:00 pm, CWAC 156 Tourist Guide at Hand and on Display: Producing “Route Maps” of West Lake in late Imperial China Yunfei Shao Department of Art History, University of Chicago More)
May 25, Jue Hou
Friday, May 25,  4:30 – 6:30 pm, CWAC 156 Skin Deep: Corporeography from Kafka to Qiu Zhijie Jue Hou Committee on Social Thought, University of Chicago (More)
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