Events

Introducing the Chinese Text Project

The Chinese Text Project (https://ctext.org) is an online open-access digital library that makes pre-modern Chinese texts available to readers and researchers all around the world. Founder Donald Sturgeon introduces the database.

Harvard-Yenching Insitute Annual Roundtable Discussion: Asian Studies in Asia

CGIS South, Tsai Auditorium (S010) 1730 Cambridge St, Cambridge, MA

Panelists: Hirano Kenichiro (Professor Emeritus of Tokyo University and of Waseda University, Executive Director of Toyo Bunko (education and employment)) Park Hyungji (Professor of English Literature, Yonsei University) Wang Hui (Professor of Literature and History, Tsinghua University; Coordinate Research Scholar, Harvard-Yenching Institute and Visiting Professor in East Asian Languages and Civilizations (Spring 2017), Harvard University)) …

Harvard-Yenching Insitute Annual Roundtable Discussion: Asian Studies in Asia

Taiwan Studies: New Directions and Connections

CGIS Knafel K450 1737 Cambridge Street, Cambridge, MA

Workshop for Taiwan Studies: New Directions and Connections, organized by Professor David Der-wei Wang.

Tyler Harlan – Small Hydropower and the Low-Carbon Frontier in China

Pierce Hall 100F 29 Oxford St., Cambridge, MA

Speaker: Tyler Harlan, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Geography, University of California, Los Angeles Since the 1950s, the Chinese government has used small hydropower (SHP) to drive rural electrification and local economic development in the remote, resource-rich west of the country. More recently, however, this same technology has been re-framed as a renewable energy that generates electricity …

Tyler Harlan – Small Hydropower and the Low-Carbon Frontier in China

Mediating Religion: Text and Object in Chinese Religion

CGIS South Room S354 1730 Cambridge St, Cambridge, MA

9:30 AM     Workshop Opens 9:45-10:45     Playing with Corpses: Assembling Bodies for the Dead in Southwest China Speaker: Erik Mueggler, University of Michigan This paper describes the ritualization of death in a “minority” community in Yunnan Province, China, called Júzò in the local Tibeto-Burman language. Here, people are heir to an extraordinary range of resources …

Mediating Religion: Text and Object in Chinese Religion

The Rise of New Religions in Asia

Speakers:  Helen Hardacre, Harvard University Adam Lyons, Harvard University Frank Korom, Boston University Amanda Lucia, University of California Riverside Robert Hefner, Boston University Juliane Schober, Arizona State University Gareth Fisher, Syracuse University Chien-yu Julia Huang, City Colleges …

The Rise of New Religions in Asia