SOAS China Institute – Forthcoming Lectures

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SOAS China Institute

The China Institute coordinates activities at SOAS, University of London that relate to the study of China.  The events bring together academic staff and students with diverse interests and backgrounds.

Events are free and open to the public unless otherwise stated.  Admission is on a first-come, first-served basis.

For further information contact the Centres and Programmes Office.
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For detailed information such as locations, time, and seminar abstracts Please visit the SOAS website.

2013

October

  • 14/10/13

    The Tangled Dynamics of Independent Filmmaking in Contemporary China
    Professor Paul G. Pickowicz (University of California)

  • 17/10/13

    Reading James Scott: The Art of Not Being Governed

  • 31/10/13

    The Qipao and Modern Chinese Society
    Liu Yu, School of Fashion and Art Design, Donghua University, Shanghai, and School of Humanities, Royal College of Art

 

November

  • 14/11/13

    Reading Bruno Latour

  • 20/11/13

    THE THREE THINGS I LEARNT ABOUT CHINA
    Professor T H Barrett

  • 28/11/13

    Rethinking the History of the PRC
    Klaus Mühlhahn, Freie Universität Berlin

 

December

  • 13/12/13

    Analyzing the Symbolic Realm of the Mao Cult through Photographic Materials from the Cultural Revolution (Student presentation)
    Anneliese Smit

 

 

 

2014

January

  • 10/01/14

    Islamic Soundscapes of China
    Keynote speaker: Professor Jonathan Lipman

    The aim of this conference is to draw together an interdisciplinary group of international scholars interested in the ethnographically grounded, theoretically informed study of local Islamic practices within Muslim communities across China.

 

 

 


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