November 15 (Friday) “Visualizing the Subsistence Productions of Ordinary People in a Modernized Colonial City-The Socioeconomic-Spatial Dimension of Tainan City (1934)”

Professor Ping-Sheng Wu, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
Title: “Visualizing the Subsistence Productions of Ordinary People in a Modernized Colonial City-The Socioeconomic-Spatial Dimension of Tainan City (1934)
Location: CEAS 319
Time: Friday November 15th 12:00pm – 1:30pm
Discussant: Dan Knorr, PhD Candidate in History, University of Chicago
Lunch will be generously provided by the Center for East Asian Studies.
The visit by Professor Wu is sponsored by the Center for East Asian Studies at the University of Chicago and the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Chicago with generous support from the Spotlight Taiwan Program of the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of China.

October 31: “Home” and “Hope” for a Family in Exile: Practicing Everyday Life Through Jesse’s Diary (1938-1946)

Hannah Park, PhD Student in History, UChicago
Title: “Home” and “Hope” for a Family in Exile: Practicing Everyday Life Through Jesse’s Diary (1938-1946)
Location: John Hope Franklin Room (SSR 224)
Time: Thursday October 31, 4:00pm – 6:00pm
Discussant: Emily Jungmin Yoon, PhD Candidate in East Asian Languages and Civilizations, UChicago