Events

Symposium – Social Technology for Eldercare in China and Global Aging

Panelists:Ann Forsyth, Ruth and Frank Stanton Professor of Urban Planning, Harvard Graduate School of DesignFawwaz Habbal, Executive Dean for Education and Research, Harvard John A. Paulson School Of Engineering And Applied SciencesEric Krakauer, Associate Professor, Harvard […]

Uyghur Culture Fest and Call to Action

Barker Center, Thompson Room 12 Quincy St, Cambridge, MA

The Harvard Human Rights Working Group is hosting a Uyghur culture fest and call to action together with members of Boston’s Uyghur community on Monday, December 6 from 6:00-7:15 pm, […]

Art Study Center Seminar at Home, with Hong Chun Zhang

Speakers: Hong Chun Zhang, Artist Jerrica Li, Harvard College Class of ’22, founder, The Wave magazine, Harvard University Sarah Laursen, Alan J. Dworsky Associate Curator of Chinese Art, Division of […]

Victoria Chen – Coastal Formosan, Nuclear Austronesian, and beyond: How do Formosan languages Inform Theories of Austronesian Expansion?

Presented via Zoom

The Indigenous languages of Taiwan feature two patterns of morphological discrepancy. First, only some possess a symmetrical morphological paradigm associated with a phenomenon known as ‘noun-verb homophony'. Second, only a handful of the languages allow the Proto-Austronesian stative affix ma- to be used in a transitive clause. This talk addresses how these two foci of variation inform our understanding of the Austronesian diaspora and further explains how new comparative data on these phenomena offers a simpler answer to two ongoing debates in the field.

Wendy Leutert – The Reform & Global Expansion of Chinese State-Owned Enterprises

Speaker: Wendy Leutert, Assistant Professor, East Asian Languages and Cultures, Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies, Indiana University Bloomington. Discussant: Meg Rithmire, F. Warren MacFarlan Associate Professor in Business, Government, and International Economy, Harvard Business School. Hosted by the Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Business and Government, Harvard Kennedy School Presented via Zoom Register at: […]

Jun Jing – Meaningful Dying and End of Life Care in China

Presented via Zoom

Topics: Improving end of life care in China represents one particularly important opportunity to enhance the well-being of the country’s older adult population as they enter their final phase of […]