Population, Disease and Ecology: a Comparative Historical Look at China

A Conversation and Dialogue with Professor Cao Shuji of the Department of History, Shanghai Jiaotong University

Wednesday, December 04, 2013
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
10383 Bunche Hall

On behalf of Professor Hsiung Ping-chen (the director of Research Institute for the Humanities and Professor of History at CUHK), presently Visiting Professor of History here at UCLA, we are excited to invite everyone to come to our talk given by Professor Cao Shuji. Professor Cao is the Professor in the Department of History of Shanghai JiaoTong University, and an expert on the migrant and population history of China, environmental history and the history of diseases and social economy.

On Wednesday, December 4, we are having a talk from 14:00 to 16:00 at 10383 Bunche Hall. A light reception at 16:00 will follow immediately. After the courtesy remarks and introduction given by Professor Hsiung, Professor Cao will be giving a talk on “Population, Disease, and Ecology: A Comparative Historical Look at China” (「人口、疾病到生態:比較視野下的中國史例證」). The talk is given in Chinese with English summary. This is a great chance to meet renowned professors and share scholarly thoughts.

Please reply this email to Chung-yu Chen, Professor Hsiung’s assistant, at < chungyuchen@ucla.edu> by 5 PM, Wednesday, November 27 so that we can plan the catering accordingly. Please direct questions to the above-mentioned email as well. Thank you very much and we hope to see you all there. 

Sponsor(s): Asia Pacific Center

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