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Thursday, February 15th: Dan Knorr, "A City of Springs: Local Geography and Imperial Presence in High Qing Jinan"
Dan Knorr PhD Candidate, Department of History     "A City of Springs: Local Geography and Imperial Presence in High Qing Jinan" Thursday, February 15th, 4-6pm, Social Sciences Tea Room [SSRB 201] Discussant: Alex Jania [PhD Student, Department (More)
Thursday, February 8th: Eilin Rafael Pérez "The Half-Life of Sovereignty: The DPRK and the Thirteenth World Festival of Youth and Students"
Eilin Rafael Pérez PhD Student, Department of History "The Half-Life of Sovereignty: The DPRK and the Thirteenth World Festival of Youth and Students" Thursday, February 8th, 3-5 PM John Hope Franklin Room [SSB 224] Discussant: Alex Murphy [PhD (More)
Thursday, November 16th : Jonathan Henshaw "Remembering and Forgetting: Commemorations of the Second World War in Nanjing"
Jonathan Henshaw PhD Candidate, Department of History, University of British Columbia "Remembering and Forgetting: Commemorations of the Second World War in Nanjing" Thursday, November 16th 4:00-6:00 PM John Hope Franklin Room [SSR 224] Discussa (More)
10/20: Matthew Johnson
Matthew Johnson Assistant Professor of History, Grinnell College "Mass Culture in Maoist China: Archival Perspective and Methodological Challenges." Oct. 20 (Thursday) 4:00-6:00 p.m. John Hope Franklin Room (SS224) (More)
Oct 4 (Thursday): Laura Hein
Laura Hein (Professor of History, Northwestern University) "The Art of Bourgeois Culture in Kamakura" Oct. 4 (Thursday) 4:00-6:00 p.m. Location: JHF Room (SS224) (More)
May 30 (Thursday): Max Bohnenkamp
Max Bohnenkamp  (PhD Candidate, East Asian Languages and Civilizations, University of Chicago) “A “New Folk Marvel-Tale” (Xin minjian chuanqi 新民间传奇): The Revolutionary Re-Writing of Chinese Folklore and Literary Tradition in The White Haired Girl" (More)
4/21 - Seong Un Kim
Wide Show and Feedback Loop in Postwar Japanese Television Speaker: Seong Un Kim (PhD Candidate, Department of History, University of Chicago) Discussant: William Feeney (PhD Student, Department of Anthropology, University of Chicago) Date/Time: (More)
Lester Zhuqing Hu - June 2
Frontiers of Music History: The Trans-Eurasian Making of "China" in 18th Century Qing Court Music Paper: Hu — Frontier (More)
Nancy K. Stalker - May 19
Budding Fortunes: Ikebana as Art, Industry, and Cold War Culture Chapter 4 - Draft Chicago   Speaker: Nancy Stalker (Associate Professor, D (More)
Jun Hee Lee 2/11
Music for the Youth: American Folk Song’s Impact on 1960’s Utagoe Ling to paper: Music for the Youth Speaker: Jun Hee Lee (PhD Student, Departme (More)
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