Qing History Symposium: Workshop (Day 2)

Qing History Symposium: Workshop (Day 2)

Day two (2/24/17) of the symposium is open to faculty and students only.

Day two of the Qing History Symposium will be devoted to a workshop with graduate students engaged in Qing or late imperial projects. The students selected for participation in the workshop will present their works-in-progress, which will receive comments by the three guest historians and workshop participants.

Every presentation will be 10 minutes, followed by 15 minutes of commentary and 15 minutes of general discussion.

9:00-9:30
Check-in

9:30-9:35
Andrea Goldman
Introduction

9:35-10:15
Amy Gordanier, UCLA, “Command Performances: Opera Performers and the Imperial Household in Late 18th-Early 19th-Century China”

10:20-11:00
Meng Zhang, UCLA, “The Timberland Economy in Southeastern Guizhou: Co-ownership, Securitization, and Risk-Sharing”

11:05-11:45
Yang Li, UC Riverside, “Curing the Body and the Mind: Fighting Opium Addiction as a Disease in 19th-Century China

11:45-12:45
Intermission
Lunch not provided

12:45-1:25
You Wang, UCLA, “Contributing to the Baimao River: Fundraising and State Responsibility during the Daoguang Depression”

1:30-2:10
Xiang Chi, UCLA, “Commerce, Sovereignty, and Forestry: Manchuria’s Woodland Economy Development (1682-1911)”

2:15-2:55
Ulug Kuzuoglu, Columbia University, “Late Qing Singularity

2:55-3:00
Andrea Goldman
Closing Remarks

Sponsor(s): Center for Chinese Studies, Department of History, Richard C. Rudolph East Asian Library

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Duration: 04:11:22

Published: Friday, February 24, 2017