Beijing Opera • ChinaTuesday, February 03, 20154:00 PM - 6:00 PMUCLA Young Research Library Conference Room 11360
Early Chinese Daybooks and the Question of Textual GenreThursday, February 05, 20154:00 PM - 5:30 PMBunche Hall 10383
Rescuing Science from Civilisation: On Joseph Needham's 'Asiatic Mode of (Knowledge) ProductionMonday, February 09, 20154:00 PM - 5:30 PM5288 Bunche Hall
"Lessons in Dissent" Documentary Screening and Q&A with DirectorMonday, February 23, 20155:30 PM - 7:30 PMCharles E. Young Library Main Conference Room 11360
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The Rule of Law Under Xi Jinping Thursday, February 26, 201512:15 PM - 1:30 PMUCLA Law Building
China’s First National Critique: The 1954 Campaign to “Discuss the Draft Constitution”
When Urban Mass Transit is More than a Means of Transportation: Cultural Intimacy, Civility, and Identity on Taiwan’s MRTs
How to Commit to the Traumatic Past: Knowledge and Book Space in Ding Yaokang’s A Sequel to Plum in the Golden Vase
Innovation and Invention: Transformations in the Art of Tang Poetry
Rural Women and China's Disappearing Collective Past
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