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Thursday, May 3rd: Mark Frank "A Land 'Without History to Speak of': The Rise (and Fall and Rise) of Xikang Province"
Mark Frank PhD Candidate in East Asian Languages and Cultures, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign " A Land 'Without History to Speak of': The Rise (and Fall and Rise) of Xikang Province" Thursday May 3rd, 4:00-6:00 PM John Hope Franklin Roo (More)
Thursday, April 19th: Yuan Julian Chen “The Ecological Footprint of China’s Medieval Capital Kaifeng, 900-1200”
Yuan Julian Chen PhD Candidate in History, Yale University "The Ecological Footprint of China's Medieval Capital Kaifeng, 900-1200" Thursday April 19th, 4:00-6:00 PM John Hope Franklin Room [SSR 224] Discussant: Dan Knorr, PhD Candidate, Departm (More)
Thursday, April 5th: Jiakai Sheng, "Homeward Bound: The Postwar Repatriation of Japanese Civilians in Shanghai, 1945-1947"
Jiakai Sheng PhD Student, Department of History "Homeward Bound: The Postwar Repatriation of Japanese Civilians in Shanghai, 1945-1947" Thursday, April 5th, 4-6 PM John Hope Franklin Room Please join the East Asia: Transregional Histories worksh (More)
Monday, January 8th: Alex Jania "For Us, The Earth Still Shakes: Thoughts on Disaster Memorialization in Japan and Methodologies of Emotional History"
Alex Jania PhD Student, Department of History, University of Chicago " For Us, The Earth Still Shakes: Thoughts on Disaster Memorialization in Japan and Methodologies of Emotional History" Monday, January 8th 12:00-1:15 PM The Library at the Mart (More)
Thursday, November 2nd: Robert Burgos "Local Discourses of Identity and 'Ruralness' in the Yuri Region of Akita, Japan"
Robert Burgos PhD Student, University of Chicago "Local Discourses of Identity and 'Ruralness' in the Yuri Region of Akita, Japan" Thursday, November 2nd, 4:00-6:00 PM John Hope Franklin Room [SSR 224] Discussant: Dan Knorr, PhD Candidate, Unive (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)
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)
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)
WED 11/30 5 PM : Kyle Gardner
Kyle Gardner University of Chicago “The Space Between: Trade, Cosmology, and Modes of Seeing in Independent Ladakh” WED, Nov. 30th 5:00-7:00 PM John Hope Franklin Room, SSR 224 Discussants: Matthew Lowenstein, University of Chicago (More)
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