Pomona College presents Emma Teng and Wie Fong Chao giving a talk entitled, "A Chinese Food Evangelist in Wartime America: Chao Yang Buwei's How to Cook and Eat in Chinese."
21st Century China Center presents Tom Mullaney and Scott Klemmer on what Chinese telegraphs, typewriters and computers tells us about the relationships between language, coding and the richer ways we communicate and solve problems in the 21st century.
Shorenstein APARC presents a talk by Professor TJ Pempel. He will examine complex interrelations of international trade with particular attention to the broad role hitherto played by economic cooperation in reducing security tensions within East Asia and across the Asia-Pacific.
Analyzing visual representation of Chinese women in the popular media over a span of 60 years, this talk explores the concealed and erased history of socialist state feminist endeavors in socialist revolution and demonstrates drastic changes in gender norms and practices in the state’s embracing of global capitalism.
The lecture will explore, how stone inscriptions were used in meditation, how with these inscriptions holy sites were transferred from India and recreated on the Chinese mountains, and how colophons guided the thoughts of the faithful and established a politico-religious context.
This talk presents work-in-progress associated with the research project “Reconfiguring the World: China. Art. Agency 1900s to Now” which examines twentieth century Chinese art from an international perspective.
The Stanford University Ho center for Buddhist Studies will host the Saturday Seminar, "The Remarkable Diamond Sutra of Mount Tai and its Carved Colophons."
The UC Santa Barbara Department of East Asian Languages and Cultural Studies presents a public lecture by Professor John Osburg of Syracuse University.
The Stanford Center for East Asian Studies will host a talk by Noell Wilson, Associate Professor of History and International Studies at the University of Mississippi.