All sessions, unless otherwise stated (*), will be held on Thursdays at 4-6 pm in the John Hope Franklin Room (Social Sciences Research Building, 224).
October 2, 4-5 pm, *1155 E. 60th St., Room 319, Workshop Town Hall
5-6 pm, *Ida Noyes Hall, Pub (basement), Happy Hour
October 23, 4:30-6 pm, Roundtable for MAPSS and Early-stage PhD Students on Research Methods, Theses, and Seminar Papers
October 30, *1155 E. 60th St., Room 319, Wang You (MAPSS); “Feed the Lower Gentry: Survival Strategies and Grain Tribute in the Early Nineteenth Century”; Discussant: Pan Yiying (PhD Student, EALC)
November 6, Cameron Penwell (PhD Candidate, History); “The Ashio Copper Mine Pollution Incident, Religious Relief Work, and Buddhist Imaginings of the Social Problem”; Discussant: Helen Findley (PhD Candidate, EALC)
November 20, Johanna Ransmeier (Assistant Professor, History); “From the Floodplain to the Capital”; Discussant: Guo-Quan Seng (PhD Candidate, History)
December 4, Guo-Quan Seng (PhD Candidate, History); “Sinology’s Father and the Codification of the Chinese Woman’s Property Rights in Dutch Colonial Java” (tentative); Discussant: Aliz Horvath (PhD Student, EALC)