We invite students, faculty, and scholars from other academic communities to present original work that speaks across the national lines of East Asia as well as the disciplinary lines of the academic community. While recognizing the importance of the nation-state in historical understanding, we believe that it is just as important to give exposure to transnational, regional, and global themes that have been obscured by the national paradigm. Such approaches can prove particularly fruitful when undertaken at a level of understanding beyond traditional departmental and specialty boundaries.

This workshop meets on alternate Thursdays during the academic year in the John Hope Franklin Room (SSR 224) from 4:00 to 6:00 PM. All workshops will convene on Zoom during Fall Quarter 2020.

Faculty sponsors: Professors Susan Burns, Jacob Eyferth, and Johanna Ransmeier

Student coordinators: Stephanie Painter and Niuniu Teo

If you have questions or concerns about the workshop or would like to be added to our mailing list, please feel free to contact Stephanie Painter and/or Niuniu Teo (stephanie3@uchicago.edu; niuteo@uchicago.edu).

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  1. My name is Yuta Sano from the Consulate-General of Japan. I’m in charge of academic exchange in my office. I joined the workshop on 4/11.

    I’m curious about the following event. 5/9 Collaborative Chicago-Northwestern Graduate Student Workshop. Could you let me know the detail including the presentor’s topic?

    Thank you!

  2. How may I listen to the ff; workshop? Also pls add me to your email list. Thank you
    John S Rohsenow, Phd Prof. emeritus, UIC

    East Asia: Transregional Histories
    Chinese Rotating Savings and Credit Associations (ROSCAs) in Historical Perspective
    April 1st 4:00pm, Live Stream

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