Literature

December 9 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

How to Tell the Good Dongbei Story? A Dialogue with Ban Yu 讲好东北故事?班宇谈小说

Panelists:Ban, Yu ,Writer班宇(作家)Cui, Qiao, Beijing Contemporary Art Foundation崔峤(北京当代艺术基金会)Michel Hockx, University of Notre Dame贺麦晓(圣母大学)Huang, Ping, East China Normal University黄平(华东师范大学)Liang, Hai, Dalian University of Technology梁海(大连理工大学)Liu, Yan, University of International Business and Economics刘岩(对外经济贸易大学)Zhang, …

How to Tell the Good Dongbei Story? A Dialogue with Ban Yu 讲好东北故事?班宇谈小说

December 5 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

China Humanities Seminar featuring Lu Kuo – The Temporary Recluse: The Discourse of Not Working in Early Medieval Chinese Poetry

Speaker: Lu Kou, Assistant Professor of East Asian Languages and Cultures, Columbia University For imperial officials, “work” – fulfilling duties in the office, traveling for business, or managing lawsuits, taxation, …

China Humanities Seminar featuring Lu Kuo – The Temporary Recluse: The Discourse of Not Working in Early Medieval Chinese Poetry

November 15 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm

Chan Chi-Keung – Pure Sentiment and Strained Reasoning: An Exploration of Neo-Confucian Liu Jishan’s Moral Psychology

Speaker: Chan Chi-Keung, Associate Professor of Philosophy, National Taiwan University; HYI Visiting Scholar, 2022-23Chair/discussant: Michael Puett, Walter C. Klein Professor of Chinese History and Anthropology, Harvard University Seating is limited. …

Chan Chi-Keung – Pure Sentiment and Strained Reasoning: An Exploration of Neo-Confucian Liu Jishan’s Moral Psychology

October 24 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

China Humanities Seminar featuring Kaijun Chen – Materiality is Uncertainty: Furniture, Hairpins and Fireworks in Jin Ping Mei

Speaker: Kaijun Chen, Assistant Professor, Department of East Asian Studies, Brown University This project responds to a candid question I had while reading Jin Ping Mei. The novel is packed …

China Humanities Seminar featuring Kaijun Chen – Materiality is Uncertainty: Furniture, Hairpins and Fireworks in Jin Ping Mei