Department of Asian Studies, The Louis Frieberg Center for East Asian Studies and Confucius Institute, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem are honored to invite you to the department seminar series - Revolutionary Moments in Asia.
Our schedule for the Fall Semester 2021:
November 10: Prof. Yuri Pines - China’s first revolution? The birth of the total state (4th-3rd centuries BCE)
November 24: Prof. Danny Orbach - Lost in Translation? The Strange Military Revolution of Modern Japan (Hebrew)
December 8: Prof. Gideon Shelach-Lavi - The Horseback Riding Revolution and its Dramatic Effects on the History of China and Mongolia (Hebrew)
January 5: Prof. Paul Barclay (Lafayette College), Imperial Japan's Forever War, 1895-1945 - Online lecture
Our schedule for the Spring Semester 2022:
March 9: Dr. Yang Shen, A Place for the Freedom of Thought? On the Position of Ma Yifu, a Revolutionary Conservative
March 23: Dr. Evgenia Lachina, Martial arts as a boundary-marker between military and civilian identities in North Korea
May 11: Dr. Matan Kaminer, Martin Buber Society of Fellows, Karmic reciprocity and the social reproduction of Thai migrant workers in Israel
May 25: Dr. Rotem Geva, Delhi Reborn: Partition and Nation Building in India's Capital (Hebrew)
June 1: Prof. Brendon J. Cannon (Khalifa University), Japan’s aircraft carriers and the revolution in Asia's power distribution
June 8: Dr. Tami Groswald Ozery, Law and Political Economy in Corporate China: Evolution or Revolution in Market Development?
June 22: Mr. Nathan H. Ledbetter, Local Matters: Perceptions of Global "Military Revolutions" from a Japanese Case