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Society of Fellows 2018 Spring Semester Events and Lecture Series

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February 5: Roundtable, "The State of the Book in the Humanities", 5-6:30 PM, Room 4.36, Run Run Shaw Tower

February 26: Jeremy A. Yellen, CUHK: "Japan, Britain, and the Crisis of Empire in World War II: Wilsonian Empires at War?", 5-6:30 PM, Room 4.36, Run Run Shaw Tower

March 12: Sheng-qing Wu, HKUST: "Fantasies of the Self: Chinese Lyricism and Modern Photography", 5-6:30 PM, Room 4.36, Run Run Shaw Tower

March 26: Helan Yang, HKBU: "Colonialism, Cosmopolitanism, and the Performativity of Music Performance: Chinese Musicians’ Endeavours in Interwar Shanghai", 5-6:30 PM, Room 4.36, Run Run Shaw Tower

April 9: Grant Hamilton, CUHK: "Object-Oriented Philosophy and the Art of Literary Criticism", 5-6:30 PM, Room 4.36, Run Run Shaw Tower

April 16: Rebecca Karl, NYU/CUHK: "The Magic of Concepts: Repetition and History in China's Global Twentieth Century", 5-6:30 PM, Room 4.36, Run Run Shaw Tower

May 9-10: "International Conference: Contacts, Collisions, Conjunctions"

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Book Launch & Christmas Party

Dr Robert Kramm
Post-doctoral Fellow, Society of Fellows in the Humanities, Faculty of Arts

Date 7 December 2017 (Thursday)
Time & Venue for Book Launch

5PM. Room 4.36, 4/F Run Run Shaw Tower. No registration required.

Time & Venue for Christmas Party

7PM. G/F, Run Run Shaw Heritage House

Please register at https://hkuems1.hku.hk/hkuems/ec_hdetail.aspx?ueid=53414

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Lecture Series Fall 2017-18
Redefining Fieldwork in Contemporary China: 
Migrant Workers' Cultural Practices in Post-Mao China: Exploring Struggles around the Politics of Recognition and "Regimes of Appearance"

Professor Eric Florence
CEFC (French Centre for Research on Contemporary China), University of Liege

Date 23 November 2017 (Thursday)
Time 5-6:30 PM
Venue

Seminar Room 1101, 11/F Run Run Shaw Tower, Centennial Campus

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Lecture Series Fall 2017-18
Redefining Fieldwork in Contemporary China: 
Abandoned Theme Parks as Traces of Material Culture, Vestiges of Desire, and Ephemeral Spectacles

Dr. Judith Audin
CEFC (French Centre for Research on Contemporary China), CUHK

Date 9 November 2017 (Thursday)
Time 5-6:30 PM
Venue

Seminar Room 1101, 11/F Run Run Shaw Tower, Centennial Campus

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Lecture Series Fall 2017-18

Redefining Fieldwork in Contemporary China

Dates Title Time Venue
Oct 26 From Dakou to D.I.Y. The Punk-rock Movement in Contemporary China 5-6:30PM Seminar Room 1101, 11/F Run Run Shaw Tower
Nov 09 Abandoned Theme Parks as Traces of Material Culture, Vestiges of Desire, and Ephemeral Spectacles 5-6:30PM Seminar Room 1101, 11/F Run Run Shaw Tower
Nov 23 Cultural Politics and Representation of Labour in Contemporary China 5-6:30PM Seminar Room 1101, 11/F Run Run Shaw Tower

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Lecture Series Fall 2017-18
Redefining Fieldwork in Contemporary China: 
From Dakou to D.I.Y.: The Punk-rock Movement in Contemporary China

Dr. Nathanel Amar 

Date 26 October 2017 (Thursday)
Time 5-6:30 PM
Venue

Seminar Room 1101, 11/F Run Run Shaw Tower, Centennial Campus

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