The university will be closed on Thursday, November 28, and Friday, November 29.
A public lecture on “COSMOPORTISM: ‘UniverCity’ $ International Competency Through Multilingualism.” Organized by Johns Hopkins University’s Alexander Grass Humanities Institute. Humanities in the Village, 2019. #Cosmoportism is Dr. Zekeh Gbotokuma’s philosophy of international education & global competency in a spider’s web-like, interdependent, flattening, warming, complex, complicated, and competitive world.
As a part of the East Asian Studies Fall 2019 Speaker Series, Shipu Wang from the University of California Merced will be speaking about “The Other American Moderns (Or, The Afterlife of a Book.”
Sponsored by The Departments of Art History and East Asian Studies.
“The Maker’s Space: Place, Person, and Production in Early Modern China”
Thursday, December 5, 2019
Location: Shriver Board Room, Shriver Hall
Friday, December 6, 2019
Location: The Great Hall, Levering Hall
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[Sponsors and co-sponsors: East Asian Studies, the History Department, the Chiang Ching-Kuo Foundation, and the History of Science & Technology Department.]
12/5 Seminar: Álvaro Caso Bello
PhD Candidate, History
Colonial Lobbying in an Age of Crisis: Agentes, Diputados, and the Future of the Spanish Empire in South America, 1808-1820
Gilman 308, 12-1:30pm