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UCLA Chinese Studies Grad Students Pro-Seminar

Week 10: Prehistoric Cultures of the Liangshan Area? Cultural Contacts and Local Preconditions in a Multiregional Interaction Sphere

Friday, March 15, 2013
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Bunche Hall 11377

The UCLA Chinese Studies Pro-Seminar is founded to further enhance cross-disciplinary interactions among UCLA graduate students whose research is related to China. In these weekly sessions, graduate students present and discuss their current research projects. Graduate students in the pre-dissertation and dissertation phases are invited to participate in the sessions and to share their research work on China with graduate colleagues and faculty.

 

2013 Winter Schedule

Week 2  Jan 18     “The Origin of the Crowned Maitreya in the Kōryūji Temple,” hosted by Meng Yin (Asian Languages & Cultures)

Week 3  Jan 25     “A Detective Reading of a Rare Mirror Motif--What the Combination of Excavated and Transmitted Materials Can Tell Us,” hosted by Hanmo Zhang (Asian Languages & Cultures)

Week 4  Feb 1      "On the Road, On the Stage: Patterns of Theatrical Migration in and Around Eighteenth-Century Yangzhou,” hosted by Amy Gordanier (Asian Languages & Cultures)

Week 5  Feb 8      “Biji Xiaoshuo Tradition and News Expression: Centered on Dianshizhai Pictorial,” hosted by Ying Wang (Asian Languages & Cultures)

Week 6  Feb 12    “The Zhiguai chapter of the Jinlouzi, by Xiao Yi (508-554),” hosted by Evan Nicoll (Asian Languages & Cultures) (Tues 10-11am, Bunche 10367)

Week 7  Feb 22    “Railways and Market Integration in Late Qing Dynasty 1881-1911,” hosted by Meng Xu (Economics)

Week 8  Mar 1      “Poet or Military Strategist: The Identity-Crossing of Literati in the Northern Song dynasty (960-1127),” hosted by Yunshuang Zhang (Asian Languages & Cultures)

Week 9  Mar 8      Ellen Hsieh (Archaeology) "The variation of Chinese ceramic production: a scientific analytic viewpoint,” hosted by Ellen Hsieh (Archaeology)

Week 10 Mar 15   "Prehistoric Cultures of the Liangshan Area? Cultural Contacts and Local Preconditions in a Multiregional Interaction Sphere,” hosted by Anke Hein (Archaeology)


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