International Collaborations and Past Events

 

2019-20:

Summer Graduate Mini Workshop: History of Science, Technology and Medicine in China ( online)

In collaboration with:
Max Planck Institute for the History of Science: Prof. Dagmar Schafer
Columbia University: Prof. Eugenia Lean
Princeton University: Prof. Janet Chen & Prof. He Bian

 

 

2018-19:

 

Graduate Students Seminar: Ritual and Order in India: Past and Present

Prof. Frederick Smith, Iowa University

 

International Conference: Order and Disorder in Asia

 

International Conference: Exploring Imperial China: An International Young Scholars Workshop

 

International Conference and Seminar: China and the Mideast/Mediterranean: Contemporary Perspectives

 

International Conference: Affective Modernities in Korea: Local and Global Exchanges

 

International Conference: Chinese Demography: Current and Future Trends and Challenges

 

International Conference: New Thoughts about the ‘New Culture’: Reconsidering the ‘May Fourth’ (1919) at its Centenary

 

Departmental Colloquium, Spring Semester

 

Departmental Colloquium, Autumn Semester

 

 

2017-18:

 

Graduate Students Seminar: Twentieth-Century Global China: Experimentation with the Modern

Professor Eugenia Lean, Columbia University.           

                                    

Graduate Students Seminar: New Perspectives on Chan (Zen) Buddhism

Professor Robert H. Sharf, University of California, Berkeley

 

International Conference: "China and the Middle East: Contemoprary Perspectives"

 

International Conference: "China and the Middle East: Historical Connections and Comparisons Along and Beyond the Silk Roads

 

International Conference: "Animals and Religion in Asia

 

International Conference: "Medical Practices in Chinese Medicine in Comparative Perspective

 

Seminar: The Last Empires in Asia before the Modern Age: Boundary-Crossing Outlook

Dr. Ori Sela, Tel-Aviv University

 

International Conference: "Emotions across Boundaries"

 

Graduate Students Seminar: Premodern Empires: East, West, and In-between during the Early-Modern 

Dr. Ori Sela and Dr. Oded Rabinovitch, Tel-Aviv University

 

International Conference: "Thinking in Many Tongues

 

Symposium: Chinese, Japanese, and Book Culture in Early Twentieth Century China

Speakers: Joan Judge and Joshua Fogel, York University

 

Symposium: "Scholars as Social Animals in the Early Modern World"

Speaker: Polly O'Hanlon, University of Oxford

 

Departmental Colloquium, Spring Semester

 

Departmental Colloquium, Autumn Semester

 

 

 

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