Asian Department 2020-2021 Seminar Series

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.

Our schedule for the fall semester of 2020:
November 11 - Yuri Pines, Early Chinese Historiography Reconsidered: The Impact of Paleographic Revolution.
Chair and Discussant: Gidi Shelach

November 25 - Ji-yoon An, Whose Accent? Situating Diasporic Korean Cinema.
Chair and Discussant: Ira Lian

December 2 - Harald Fuess, Cholera and Meiji Japan: Medical Knowledge, International Relations and the Quarantine System.
Chair and Discussant: Danny Orbach

December 9 - Rachel Murphy, Oxford University. The Lives of children in skipped generation families in rural China.

January 20 - Johannes Lotze, "Great Walls and Linguistic Barriers: Nomadic Regimes as Catalysts of Language Study in the Chinese World"
Chair and Discussant: Michal Biran

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.

Our schedule for the spring semester of 2021:
April 7, 16:30 - Richard Hardiman (Hebrew University of Jerusalem): The Greenness of Chinese Banks.
Discussant: Tamar Groswald Ozery, Hebrew University of Jerusalem 

May 3, 16:45 - Betty Susiarjo (Hebrew University of Jerusalem): joint seminar with the Department of Art History: Indonesia through its Contemporary Art.
Chair: Ronit Ricci, Hebrew University of Jerusalem. 

May 19, 16:30: Brendon Cannon (Khalifa University): The Political Economy of Japan’s Indo-Pacific Vision in Eastern Africa. Discussant: Nissim Otmazgin, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

June 9, 16:30: S.C.M. Paine: The Geopolitics and History of Continental and Maritime Power: China, Russia, Britain, the United States and Japan 
Discussant: Danny Orbach, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

 

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