Fall 2019 EATRH Schedule

Fall ’19 Schedule:
10/3 Niuniu Teo, PhD Student in History, UChicago
Title: “For the Record: A Communist and Her Archive”
Location: John Hope Franklin Room (SSR 224)
Time: 4:00pm – 6:00pm
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10/17 Dan Knorr, PhD Candidate in History, UChicago
Title: “Changing Course: Local Reforms and Revolution from Above in Jinan, 1895-1912”
Location: John Hope Franklin Room (SSR 224)
Time: 4:00pm – 6:00pm
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10/31 Hannah Park, PhD Student in History, UChicago
Title: “‘Home’ and ‘Hope’ for a Family in Exile: Practicing Everyday Life Through Jesse’s Diary”
Location: John Hope Franklin Room (SSR 224)
Time: 4:00pm – 6:00pm
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11/15 (Friday) Professor Ping-Sheng Wu, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
Title: To Be Finalized
Location: CEAS 319
Time: 12:00pm – 1:30pm
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11/21 Jessa Dahl, PhD Candidate in History, UChicago
Title: “Where the Foreign Community is So Small:The Transnational Landscapes of Treaty Port Nagasaki”
Location: John Hope Franklin Room
Time: 1:30pm – 3:30pm

 

Joint UChicago-Northwestern EATRH workshop, Thursday, May 9, 2:00-5:30 PM (Social Sciences Research Building 224)

2:00-2:15 PM: Welcome and introductions

2:15-3:45 PM: Panel 1 (20th-century China)

Keith Clark (Ph.D. candidate, Northwestern), “Dodging the Question: Beijing and Taipei’s Competition to Represent China and the United Nations, 1950-1960”

Niuniu Teo (Ph.D. student, UChicago), “For the Record: A Communist and Her Archive”

Guangshuo Yang (Ph.D. candidate, Northwestern), “Animal Protectionism and the Search for Political Modernity: The Case of Republican China, 1912-1937”

Discussant: Professor Peter Carroll (Northwestern)

4:00-5:30 PM: Panel 2 (Transnational Asia)

Luthfi Adam (Ph.D. candidate, Northwestern), “The Making of Empire’s Scientific Landscape: Buitenzorg Botanic Gardens under Johannes Teysmann, 1831-1869”

Samuel Chan (MA candidate, UChicago), “Not Coming to Terms with the Dynasty: Identity Production and Contestation in the Qing-Chosŏn Border, 1644-1796”

Jessa Dahl (Ph.D. candidate, UChicago), “Are Treaty Ports Beyond the North Atlantic?”

Discussant: Professor Susan Burns (UChicago)