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).
April 10, *3.30-5.30pm, Robert Hellyer (Assoc. Prof. Wake Forest Colllege), The West, the East, and the Insular Middle: Trading Systems, Demand, and Labor in the Integration of the Pacific, 1750-1875; Discussant: Julia Thomas.
April 29, *Tue, 4-6pm, Christopher A. Bayly (Vivekananda Visiting Professor), Introduction to World History in the Twentieth Century; Discussants: Covell Meyskens, Michael Geyer, Bruce Cumings [East Asia in World History Roundtable Series, Part 3 of 3].
May 8, David Ambaras (Assoc. Prof., N. Carolina State), Runaway Woman/Pirate Queen: Life on the Margins of the Japanese Empire; Discussants: Tadashi Ishikawa, Johanna Ransmeier.
May 22, *Cobb 112, Covell Meyskens (PhD Candidate), Guerilla Urbanism: Panzhihua and the Alternate Socialist Form Of Late Maoist Urbanity; Discussant: Andy Bruno (Asst. Prof., N. Illinois University)
June 5, Guo-Quan Seng (PhD Candidate), The Peranakan Chinese Bilateral Kinship System and The Rule of Property in Nineteenth Century Dutch Colonial Java
June 12, Johanna Ransmeier (Asst. Prof.), Title TBA —- (Rescheduled for Fall 2014).