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June 3: Andre Schmid, Family and Domesticity Across the Cold War Divide: North and South Korea in the 1950s

Please join the Art and Politics of East Asia Workshop and the East Asia: Tranregional Histories Workshop on June 3 (Thursday), 4-6 p.m. HM 141.      Family and Domesticity Across the Cold War Divide: North and South Korea in the 1950s Andre Schmid (Associate Professor of East Asian Studies, University of Toronto) There is […]

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APEA Upcoming Events

5/26 Wed 4:30-6:30 p.m. CWAC 152 Co-Sponsored with VMPEA Workshop Wu Hung (Harrie A. Vanderstappen Distinguished Service Professor, Art History & EALC), “Inventing a “Chinese” Portrait Style in Early Photography: The Case of Milton Miller (active 1850s-1860s)” 5/28 Fri 3:00-5:00 p.m. Judd 313 Tie Xiao (PhD Candidate, EALC), “Inside of the Crowd: Inquiring Qunzhong in […]

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Protected: Paper for the 5/28 workshop

Tie Xiao Inside of the Crowd: Inquiring Qunzhong in Republican China

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May 28th, Xiao Tie: Inside of the Crowd: Inquiring Qunzhong in Republican China

Art and Politics of East Asia Workshop presents  Inside of the Crowd: Inquiring Qunzhong in Republican China  Tie Xiao Ph.D. Candidate East Asian Languages and Civilizations University of Chicago Saul Thomas, Respondent (PhD Candidate, Anthropology/History, University of Chicago) May 28th (Friday)  3:00-5:00 p.m. Judd Hall 313 5835 South Kimbark Avenue Chicago, IL 60637 ABSTRACT:  My […]

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May 26 Talk by Professor Wu Hung

Art and Politics of East Asia Workshop presents:   Inventing a “Chinese” Portrait Style in Early Photography: The Case of Milton Miller (active 1850s-1860s)   Wu Hung Harrie A. Vanderstappen Distinguished Service Professor Art History and EALC University of Chicago   Wednesday, May 26, 4.30-6.30 pm CWAC 152 Cochrane-Woods Art Center 5540 South Greenwood Avenue […]

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[May 15]Writing and ethinic experience in contemporary China: Meeting with Chinese writers

The Art and Politics of East Asia Workshop invites you to attend: Writing and ethinic experience in contemporary China: Meeting with Chinese writers We are going to have a lunchtime casual discussion with seven Chinese writers, about issues such as how these writers bring their own ethnic background into their writing in Chinese, how they deal […]

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Protected: PAPER for the 5/14 Workshop

The Ticklish Object: Akasegawa Genpei between Art, Politics and Theory

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May 14th Presentation by Professor Pedro Erber “The Ticklish Object”

This event is sponsored by the Japan Studies Committee of the Center for East Asian Studies. Art and Politics of East Asia Workshop presents  The Ticklish Object: Akasegawa Genpei between Art, Politics and Theory   Pedro Erber (Assistant Professor, Rutgers University)      With a Response Offered by Sarah Allen (PhD Student, History of Culture, […]

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