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October 23, 2014

The City in South Asia and Its Transnational Connections

Asian Studies Conference on The City in South Asia and Its Transnational Connections

presented with the assistance of the Center for Asian and Pacific Studies (CAPS)

November 13-14, 2014 Knight Library Browsing Room, University of Oregon  

Thursday, November 13th, 2014

11:00 am – 12:30 pm

Keynote Lecture: Thomas Blom Hansen Reliance-Dhirubhai Ambani Professor in South Asian Studies and Professor in Anthropology, Stanford University Spatial Memory and Urban Imagination in South Asia

2:00 pm – 4:00 pm Panel 1: Consumption, Class and Resistance in the City Chair: Bryna Goodman, Professor, Department of History, University of Oregon

Douglas Haynes, Professor, Dept. of History, Dartmouth College Beyond the Colonial City?  The Transformation of the European Community in Bombay, 1920-1947″

Abigail McGowan, Associate Professor, Department of History, University of Vermont, Burlington Home Life as City Life:  The Urban Domestic in Interwar Western India

Jonathan Shapiro Anjaria, Assistant Professor,Department of Anthropology, Brandeis University Unruly Landscapes: Spatial Contestation in Early Twentieth Century Bombay”

Discussant: Sangita Gopal, Associate Professor, Department of English and Cinema Studies, University of Oregon

Friday November 14th 2014

10:00 am – 12:00 pm Panel 2: Urban Real Estate and Its Peripheries 

Chair: Andrew Verner, Director, Ph.D. Program, Lundquist College of Business, University of Oregon

Matthew Hull, Associate Professor, Dept. of Anthropology, University of Michigan–Ann Arbor Cities and Property

Nikhil Rao, Associate Professor, Department of History, Wellesley College Approaching the Urban Edge: Changing Perceptions of Bombay’s Periphery

Asher Ghertner, Assistant Professor, Department of Geography, Rutgers University When is the State? Flux, Porosity and Exclusion in Delhi’s State Spaces

Discussant: Dan Buck, Associate Professor, Department of Geography and Asian Studies, University of Oregon

2:00 pm – 4:00 pm Panel 3: Urban Infrastructure and the City in History

Chair: Lamia Karim, Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology, University of Oregon

Tarini Bedi, Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, University of Illinois at Chicago Mimicry, Friction and Trans-Urban Imaginaries: Mumbai Taxis/Singapore Style

Arafaat Valiani, Associate Professor, Department of History, University of Oregon Entrepreneurship and Urban Land Markets in Postcolonial Mumbai and Karachi 

Douglas Haynes, Professor, Dept. of History, Dartmouth College & Nikhil Rao, Associate Professor, Department of History, Wesleyan College Beyond the Colonial City: Re-Evaluating the Urban History of India, 1920-1970

Discussant: Arafaat A. Valiani, Associate Professor, Department of History, University of Oregon

4:30 pm – 5:30 pm Roundtable Discussion and Concluding Remarks

Moderated by Arafaat A. Valiani, Associate Professor, Department of History, University of Oregon Contact person: Lori O’Hollaren Assistant Director Center for Asian and Pacific Studies Email: loholl@uoregon.edu


Sponsored by the following at the University of Oregon:

 
Center for Asian and Pacific Studies (CAPS)
Asian Studies
College of Arts and Sciences
Office of International Affairs
Academic Affairs
Oregon Humanities Council
Department of History
Department of Anthropology
Robert D. Clark Honors College
Planning, Public Policy and Management

 

October 7, 2014

Conference: Comparative Historical Ecology in Ancient Northeast Asia


Friday, October 10, 2014

Conference: Comparative Historical Ecology in Ancient Northeast Asia

 

Many Nations Longhouse

9:00 am – 5:00 pm

 

University of Toronto and Center for Asian and Pacific Studies are organizing a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Coun­cil of Canada Partnership Development Workshop, the second of the three part series. Guest speakers from US, Canada, China, and UK will discuss the diverse responses of early people to climate changes and their impacts on local ecology in China, Korea and Japan during the Late Pleistocene and Holocene. University of Oregon scholars will present historical ecology in North America and Pacific Islands. By examining past human-environmental interactions, the workshop will contribute to our better understanding of contemporary global warming and sustainability issues.

 

9:00–11:30 am Morning Session

9:00–9:15 am

Welcome with Jeff Hanes (History, CAPS, University of Oregon)

9:15–9:30 am

How can partnerships facilitate comparative analysis of human ecology in East Asian prehistory? Gary Crawford (Anthropology, University of Toronto, Canada)

9:30–9:45 am

Action from China: Research on climatic change and human adaptation
Xing Gao (Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleo-anthropology, Chinese Academy of Sciences)

9:45–10:00 am

Micro-blade industry from the last glacial maximum to Holocene in China
Ying Guan (Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleo-anthropology, Chinese Academy of Sciences)

10:00–10:15 am Q & A

10:15–10:30 am Morning Tea Break

10:30–10:45 am

Resolving the effects of human predation on marine resources: Pacific and Caribbean case studies
Scott Fitzpatrick (Anthropology, University of Oregon)

10:45–11:00 am

New archaeological evidence for origin and development of rice cultivation in the lower regions of the Yangtze River
Yunfei Zheng (Zhejiang Provincial Institute of Relics and Archae­ology, China)

11:00–11:15 am

Pattern of human niche construction at the early Neolithic Kuahuqiao site
Yan Pan (Cultural Heritage & Museology, Fundan University, China)

11:15–11:30 am Q & A

11:30 am–1:00 pm Lunch

1:00–5:00 pm Afternoon Session

1:00–1:15 pm

Archaeology and historical ecology of California’s Northern Channel Islands
Jon Erlandson (Anthropology, Museum of Natural and Cultural History, University of Oregon)

1:15–1:30 pm

Early-Middle Jomon chronology and pollen
Junko Habu (Anthropology, University of California Berkeley)

1:30–1:45 pm

Metastable ecosystems along the Shinano-Chikuma River, central Japan: approaches and challenges
Simon Kaner (Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures, UK)

1:45–2:00 pm

Historical ecology of human impacts on Rapa Nui (Easter Island)
Terry Hunt (Robert D. Clark Honors College, University of Oregon)

2:00–2:15 pm Q & A

2:15–2:30 pm Afternoon Tea Break

2:30–2:45 pm

Neolithic culture at the Houtaomuga site, Jilin province, Northeast China
Lixin Wang (Research Center for Chinese Frontier Archaeology, Jilin University, China)

2:45–3:00 pm

Comparative perspectives on Neolithic niche construction in northern China and eastern-southern Korea
Gyoung-Ah Lee (Anthropology, University of Oregon)

3:00–3:15 pm

The archaeology of Pacific herring
Madonna Moss (Anthropology, University of Oregon)

3:15–3:30 pm Q & A

3:30–3:45 pm Afternoon Tea Break

3:45–4:00 pm

10-year archaebotany at Shandong University, China
Qian Yang, Hui Fang, Xuexiang Chen (Archaeology, Shandong University)

4:00–4:15 pm

Students’ research on historical ecology at University of Oregon

4:15–4:30 pm

Concluding remarks
Gary Crawford (Anthropology, University of Toronto, Canada)

4:30–5:00 pm

Discussion

September 11, 2014

2013-14 Events

2013-14 Events

Spring Term


Thursday, April 10, 2014
“Fiction’s Family: Zhan Xi, Zhan Kai, and the Business of Women in Late Qing China”
Ellen Widmer, Mayling Soong Professor of Chinese Studies, Wellesley College
Knight Library Browsing Room
4:00 pm
 

 

 

Friday, April 18, 2014
“The Current State of the Aspect Hypothesis in L1 and L2 Acquisition”
Yashuro Shirai, Professor of Linguistics, University if Pittsburgh
Knight Library Browsing Room
3:00 pm

 

 

Friday, April 18, 2014
“Copyright and Media Pluralism in China”
UO School of Law, Room 142
8:30 am – 4:40 pm

 

 

Monday, April 21, 2014
“The Disappearance of Sombath Somphone: Implications for Civil Society and Human Rights in Laos”
A Special Appearance by Shui-Meng Ng
Unitarian Universalist Church
1685 W. 13th Ave., Eugene
5:30 pm

 

 


Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Jeremiah Lecture Series
“Tales of Ise: The Shrines, Their Priests and Patrons in Post-war Japan”
John Breen, Professor, International Research Center for Japanese Studies, Kyoto
Allen Hall, Room 140
4:00 pm

 

 

Tuesday, April 29, 2014
Yoko McClain Lecture Series in Japanese Studies
“Animating Reality: The Film Theory of Imamura Taihei”
Aaron Gerow, Professor of Film Studies and East Asian Languages and Literatures, Yale University
Ford Alumni Center, Room 202
4:00 pm

 

Wednesday, April 30, 2014
“A conversation with Asian Studies Distinguished Speaker: Amitav Ghosh”
Knight Library, Browsing Room
4:00 pm

 

 

Thursday, May 1, 2014
Myung Sup Lim Lecture Series
“Korean Cinema Today”
Laurence Kardish, Senior Curator Emeritus for Film of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art
3:00 pm

 


Friday, May 2, 2014
Myung Sup Lim Lecture Series
“Korea and Regional Relations”
Dr. Stephen Noerper, Senior Vice President of The Korea Society
White Lotus Gallery, 767 Willamette St.
4:00 pm

 


Friday, May 9, 2014
Yoko McClain Lecture Series in Japanese Studies
“Visible Rhymes, Inaudible Echoes: Script and Sound in the Sinitic Poetry of Modern Japan.”
Matthew Fraleigh, Associate Professor, East Asian Literature and Culture, Brandeis University
McKenzie 375
3:30 pm

 

Thursday, May 15th, 2014
Lecture: “The Function of the Constitutional Court of Korea in the Development of Democracy and the Rule of Law”
Jongik Chon, Associate Professor, School of Law
Seoul National University
Ford Alumni Center, Room 403
3:00pm

 

Saturday, May 17, 2014
Lecture: “Introduction to Chinese and Korean Ceramics”
Robert D. Mowry, Retired Alan J. Dworsky Curator of Chinese Art and Head of the Department of Asian Art, Arthur M. Sackler Museum, Harvard Art Museums, and Senior Lecturer on Chinese and Korean Art, Department of the History of Art and Architecture, Harvard
2:00 pm

 

 


Sunday, May 18, 2014
Workshop: “Connoisseurship of Chinese and Korean Ceramics”
Robert D. Mowry, Jordan Schnitzer Museum
1:00 – 4:00 pm
Limited to 12 participants; $60 per person (info and registration: kaplan@uoregon.edu or 541-346-0968)

 


Monday, May 19th, 2014
Lecture: “On the Road in Olympic Era Tokyo”
Bruce Suttmeier, Associate Professor of Japanese
Lewis & Clark College
Ford Alumni Center, Room 403
3:30 pm

 

 

CAPS Jeremiah-Honig-Zhao Poster
Thursday, May 29, 2014

Jeremiah Lecture
“Sent-down Youth and Rural Economic Development in China: The Cultural Revolution and Its Contemporary Legacies”
Emily Honig, Professor, Department of History, UC Santa Cruz and Xiaojian Zhao, Professor,  Asian American Studies, UC Santa Barbara
Executive Board Room, Ford Alumni Center (4th Floor)
4:00 pm

 

Winter Term


Tuesday, February 4, 2014
The Yoko McClain Lecture Series in Japanese Studies
“Japanese Friendship Dolls”
Alan Scott Pate, Alan Scott Pate Antique Japanese Dolls
Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Ford Lecture Hall
5:30 pm

 

Monday, February 10, 2014
Myung Sup Lim Series
“The Shifting Images of Korea Through the Lens of National Geographic Since 1890″
Dr. Young Hoon Kim, Professor, Department of Korean Studies; Director.
Research Institute of Korean Culture, Ewha Womans University
PLC, Room 159
4:00 pm

 

Saturday, February 22, 2014
The Yoko McClain Lecture Series in Japanese Studies
Symposium: “The Art of Japanese Traditional Theater”
Presenters:  Laurence Kominz, Portland State University; Alan Pate, Alan Scott Pate Antique Japanese Dolls
Matt Shores, University of Hawaii; Glynne Walley, University of Oregon
Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Ford Lecture Hall
1:00 – 4:00 pm

 


Tuesday, February 25, 2014
Bollywood Nights Film Screening: Luck By Chance
Presented by the UO Asian Studies Program
Lawrence Hall, Room 166
5:30pm

 

 


Monday, March 3, 2014
“Heady Flights and Costly Slips: The Fantasy and the Reality of Garden Swings in Classic Chinese Fiction”
Andrew Plaks, Professor Emeritus of East Asian Studies and Comparative Literature, Princeton University
Knight Library Browsing Room
2:00 pm

 


Friday, March 7, 2014
“The Power and Reach of the Tongan Maritime State: Long-Distance Voyaging, Monumental Architecture and Elite Leadership”
Geoffrey Clark, Archaeology and Natural History, The Australian National University
Knight Library Browsing Room
4:00 pm

 

 

Fall Term


Friday, October 4, 2013
CAPS/Asian Studies/JSMA Annual Reception
Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art
3:00-5:00 pm

 


Saturday, October 5, 2013
Picturing Global China: Contemporary Art from Shanghai and Beyond
A Cross-Cultural Panel Discussion
Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Lecture Hall
1:00 – 4:00 pm
Please click here to view the conference program.

 

Thursday, October 17, 2013
Jeremiah Lecture
“Voices from the Canefields: Folksongs from Japanese Immigrant Workers in Hawai’i”
Dr Franklin Odo, Founding Director of Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center, and former Chief of Asian Division Library of Congress
Knight Library Browsing Room
4:00 pm

 


Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Jeremiah Lecture
“Christianity’s Dialogue with Buddhism in Japan”
James Heisig, Nanzan Institute for Religion & Culture
Knight Library Browsing Room
4:00 pm

 

Thursday, November 7, 2013
Jeremiah Lecture
Postcolonial Literature as World Literature: World Heritage Preservation and the Unworlding of the Subaltern World in Amitav Ghosh’s The Hungry Tide”
Pheng Cheah, Department of Rhetoric, UC Berkeley
Knight Library Browsing Room
4:00 pm

 

Thursday, November 7, 2013
Jeremiah Lecture
“FDI Networks in Production and Innovation in China: Beyond New Regionalism, Beyond Global Production Networks”
Yehua Dennis Wei, Department of Geography, University of Utah
Condon Hall, Room 106
4:00 pm

 

 

Past Events

2012-13
2011-12
2010-11
2009-10
2008-09
2007-08
2006-07
2005-06
2004-05
2003-04

July 28, 2014

"Engaging with Vietnam" Conference

The University of Oregon is pleased to host the “Engaging with Vietnam” conference,
from November 5-7, 2014

 


Registration

Registration is now open!  Please click here to register. Below is a summary of registration deadlines and fees.

Regular Registration (through November 4, 2014)

Faculty Registrants: $125

Graduate Student Registrants: $100

On-Site Registration

Faculty Registrants: $140

Graduate Student Registrants: $120

On-site Registration and Panel Sessions will be held in the ERB Memorial Union (EMU) Ballroom located on the University of Oregon campus near the intersection of East 13th and University.

Registration includes the following: daily coffee service, two lunch buffets, the opening reception on November 5th and the conference banquet on November 6th.


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Conference Program and Venue Information

 

 Registration and opening reception will begin at 6:30 pm on November 5th in the Gerlinger Lounge, which is located on campus near the intersection of East 15th Avenue and University Street.

All panel sessions on November 6 and 7 will be held in the EMU Ballroom on the University of Oregon Campus, which is located at the intersection of 13th and University Street.  The exact rooms for the panel sessions are noted on the program. Please click here for the most updated version.

To download a campus map, please open the attached PDF file: UO Map

Audio/Visual Equipment

Each room will have a laptop set up to a data projector for Powerpoint presentations.  To make for smooth transitions in between speakers, we ask that you put your presentation on a flash drive and use the laptop in the room, if possible. If you need any additional equipment please send an email to apucilow@uoregon.edu.

Weather

We are hoping for mild weather during the conference, but weather in the Pacific Northwest can be very unpredictable in November.  The average high temperatures for this time of year is 13°C (57°F), with lows around 5°C (41°F). There’s a moderate probability of rain showers, so it recommended to bring an umbrella.


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Lodging

 

The Eugene Phoenix Inn will serve as the Conference Hotel. A block of rooms has been reserved, though depending on the number of participants, there may not be enough rooms for all conference attendees, so we have booked additional rooms at the Holiday Inn.  Please see the links to each hotel for more details on their facilities. When making a reservation, please mention that you are with the Vietnam Studies group reservation.  Please note the Group Reservation Deadline for each hotel.  After that date, our reserved rooms will be released to the general public.

The Phoenix Inn (located near campus, about 7 blocks from the conference site)
850 Franklin Blvd, Eugene, 97403
Phone:  (541) 344-0001
Email: Reservations704@phoenixinn.com
Special Conference Nightly Rate:  $109 + tax (continental breakfast included)
Group Reservation Deadline:  October 5, 2014

We have a smaller block of rooms available at the Holiday Inn Express, for overflow.

Holiday Inn Express (located near campus, about 12 blocks from the conference site)
2117 Franklin Blvd, Eugene, 97403
Phone : (541) 342-1243
Special Conference Nightly Rate:  $109 + tax (continental breakfast included)
Group Reservation Deadline:  October 5, 2014

Other Lodging Options

We do not have a special conference block at these hotels, but they are near campus and may have space if the conference hotel is booked.

Secret Garden Bed & Breakfast (located near campus, about 5 blocks from the conference site)
1910 University Street, Eugene, 97403
Phone: (541) 484-6755.
Nightly Rates starting at $115 + tax (full breakfast included)

The Campus Inn (located near campus, about 12 blocks from the conference site)
390 East Broadway, Eugene, 97403
Phone: (800) 888-6313 or (541) 343-3376
Email: eugene@campus-inn.com.

Nightly Rates starting at $91 + tax (continental breakfast included)


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Air Travel

 

Eugene, Oregon, is serviced by the Eugene Airport (airport code EUG). Please note that this is a small airport with limited flights, so it is advised to book your tickets early.

An alternative airport, the Portland International Airport, is a 2 ½ hour drive from Eugene.  Two shuttle companies offers service between the Portland International Airport and the University of Oregon. They are City 2 City Shuttle and the Hut Shuttle.  Please click on their links to go to their websites for schedules and fares.

Airport-Eugene Transportation

The Phoenix Inn will provide complimentary transportation from the Eugene Airport between the hours of 7:00 am – 11:00 pm. Outside of those hours, it’s a $20 charge. Please note that reservations for the Phoenix Inn Shuttle are required, so you must make this request directly to the hotel by phone at: 1-541-344-0001 or by email at: Reservations704@phoenixinn.com.

If you don’t stay at the Phoenix Inn, or you arrive outside of these shuttle hours, you can take the OMNI Shuttle, located adjacent to baggage claim at the Airport, for shared ride door-to-door ground transportation from the airport to Eugene. Visit their website or call (800) 741-5097 for reservations or more information.  One-way shuttle transportation to the UO campus will cost approximately $22 and will take around 25 minutes.  Taxis are also available and cost approximately $30 each way.


For more information, please email Anna: apucilow@uoregon.edu

September 30, 2013

Picturing Global China: Contemporary Art from Shanghai and Beyond – Oct. 5th, 2013

 

 Picturing Global China: Contemporary Art from Shanghai and Beyond

Saturday, October 5, 2013, 1:00 – 4:00 pm

A Cross-Cultural Panel Discussion

Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Lecture Hall

 

 


Full Program Schedule:

 

1:00-1:20PM

Opening Remarks

-Jenny Lin, Assistant Professor of Contemporary Art with Asia Focus, University of Oregon

 

1:20-1:50PM

“Picturing Shanghai – from Republican China to Present”

-Gu Zheng, Photographer, Curator, Critic, and Professor of Art and Visual Culture at the School of Journalism of Fudan University, Shanghai

 

1:50-2:20PM

“Resistance to The Imaging World — Chinese Contemporary Art and its Connection to Chinese Art Tradition and Philosophy”

-Wang Jun, Independent Contemporary Art Curator and Cultural Writer, Shanghai

 

2:20-2:50PM

“Hollywood Goes to Shanghai: Iron Man and the Rise of Chinese Faux-Productions”

-Aynne Kokas, Fellow in Chinese Media at the Chao Center for Asian Studies and Baker Institute for Public Policy, Rice University

 

2:50-3:20PM

“Downstream Garage, Grass Stage — Independent Theatre and Performance in Shanghai”

-Zhuang Jiayun, Playwright and Assistant Professor of Performance Studies at University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

 

3:20-4:00PM

Discussion and Q&A

 

 

This event is presented by the Center for Asian and Pacific Studies, UO Confucius Institute for Global China Studies, and the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art. It is cosponsored by the Department of the History of Art and Architecture, the Oregon Humanities Center, the Department of Art, the Office of Academic Affairs, the National Resource Center for East Asian Studies, the School of Architecture and Allied Arts, the Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures, and the Asian Studies Program.

September 20, 2013

2012-13 Events

2012-13 Events

Spring Term


Wednesday, April 3, 2013
Jeremiah Lecture
“Rice in China: Histories and Myths”
Professor Francesca Bray, Social Anthropology, University of Edinburgh
Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art
5:30 pm
To view this lecture please click here.

 


 Monday, April 8, 2013
Myung Sup Lim Lecture Series in Korean Studies
“Shared Youth Predicaments: Education Notes Among South Korea, Finland, and the US”
Nancy Abelmann, Associate Vice Chancellor for Research – Humanities, Arts, and Related Fields;  Harry E. Preble Professor, Anthropology, Asian American Studies, East Asian Languages and Cultures, University of Illinois
Gerlinger Lounge
4:00 pm

 

 

Tuesday, April 9, 2013
Jeremiah Lecture Series
“Oriental Democracies”
Panel Discussion with “The Shadow of China, ” Benjamin Reilly, Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University, “Paradoxes of Democracy in East Asia, ” Bruce Gilley, Political Science, PSU, Moderator: Tuong Vu, Political Science, University of Oregon
Knight Library Browsing Room
3:30 – 5:30 pm

 


Sunday, April 14 – Monday, April 15, 2013
International Conference
“China and the Restructuring of International Political Economy”
Gerlinger Lounge
9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Please click here to view the conference program.

 

 


Thursday, April 25, 2013
Jeremiah Lecture Series
“Bengali Harlem and the Lost Histories of South Asian America”
Vivek Bald, Associate Professor of Writing and Digital Media Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Gerlinger Lounge
4:00 pm

 

 


Friday, May 3, 2013
Documentary Film Screenings
The Revolutionary and Fumiko Hayashida: The Woman Behind the Symbol
Panel discussion with Sidney Rittenberg and filmmakers Irv Drasnin, Lucy Ostrander, and Don Sellers to follow.
180 PLC
6:00 pm

 

 



Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Film Screening
“A Bite of China”
Willamette 110
6:00 pm (refreshments); 6:30 pm (film)

 

 

 


Thursday, May 9 – Friday, May 10, 2013
International Conference
“Foodways in China: New Scholarly Trajectories”
Gerlinger Lounge
9:00 am – 5:00 pm
For a more information and a full conference program please click here.

 

 

Friday, May 17, 2013
Jeremiah Lecture Series
“Neolithic Ways of Food Production in Central and Western Northeast China: Geoarchaeological, Zooarchaeological and Archaeobotanical Approach”
Professor Tang Zhouwei, Department of Archaeology, Research Center of Chinese Frontier Archaeology, Jilin University, China
204 Condon Hall
4:00 pm

 

Winter Term


Thursday, January 10, 2013
Jeremiah Lecture Series
“Chinese Capitalism: Beyond Variety?”
Jamie Peck, Canada Research Chair in Urban & Regional Political Economy, Department of Geography, University of British Columbia
Condon Hall, Room 106
4:00 pm

 

 


Monday, February 4, 2013
Myung Sub Lim Lecture Series in Korean Studies
“They Think They’re Normal: Explaining North Korea”
David Kang, Professor of International Relations and Business; Director of the Korean Studies Institute, University of Southern California
Knight Library Browsing Room
3:30 pm

 

 

Fall Term

 

 

Friday, October 19-20, 2012
Conference:  “The Storied Self: Issues in Buddhist Narrativity.”


 

 

 


Friday, October 26, 2012

Concert
“Rock and Roll Jihad”
Salman Ahmad
Beal Hall; $10 general admission, $7 student admission
7:30 pm

 

 

 

 

Wednesday, November 7, 2012
CAPS/Asian Studies Annual Reception
Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art
3:30 pm

 

 

 

Wednesday, November 7, 2012
Tea Ceremony with Megumi Unno
Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art
5:30-6:30 pm

 

 

 

 

 

Friday, November 16, 2012
Short Films from Vietnam
Global Scholars Hall Room 117
7:00-9:00 pm
*Please note that the directors are unable to attend

 

 

 

 

 

Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Design at the Speed of Sound – Chinese Architectural Practice
Presented by: Shanghai Xian Dai Visiting Architects
115 Lawrence Hall
6:00 pm

 

 

 

Friday, November 30, 2012
“Chinese Urban Planning Systems and Unique Practices in Chengdu City”
Mr. Peng Tang
Hendricks Hall Room 100
11:30am – 12:30pm

 

 

 

 

 

Past Events

2013-14
2013-12

2011-12
2010-11
2009-10
2008-09
2007-08
2006-07
2005-06
2004-05
2003-04

May 22, 2013

PACAlliance Scholarship

Scholarship Application

April 11, 2013

CAPS Newsletter

Click here to view newsletter

April 2, 2013

Visiting Scholars: 2017-18

 

 

Aiyun Meng
Research Scholar
Northeast Normal University
Research Project: “The Models and Methods of the Interpretation Effectiveness Assessment in the Museums”
Faculty Advisor: Xiaobo Su

 

 

 

 

Fuluowa Li
Research Assistant
Soochow University, China
Research Project: “Translation, Introduction, and Research of Classical Chinese Poetic Terminologies in North America”
Faculty Advisor: Yugen Wang

 

 

 

Helen Liu
Research Scholar
Soochow University, China
Research Project: East Asian Art History
Faculty Advisor: Jeff Hanes

 

 

 

Howard Van Trease 
Assistant Professor
University of the South Pacific, Venuatu
Research Project: History of Pacific Islands
Faculty Advisor: Jeff Hanes

 

 

 

 

Huiying Wang
Research Scholar
Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, China
Research Project:
Faculty Advisor: Bryna Goodman

 

 

 

Jinping Song
Research Scholar
Beijing Normal University, China
Research Project: “Nature and Seasonality Presented Within Japanese Art and Culture”
Faculty Advisor: Jeffrey Hanes
Kasukabe Gakuen School, Japan

 

 

Kun Tsai
Research Scholar
National Chiayi University, Taiwan
Research Project: Sino-American Relations
Faculty Advisor: Ina Asim

 

 

 

Liguo Yang
Research Associate
Hengyang Normal University, China
Research Project: Chinese traditional settlement landscape
Faculty Advisor: Xiaobo Su

 

 

Like Fan
Research Associate
Shanghai International Studies University, China
Research Project:
Faculty Advisor: Zhuo Jing-Schmidt

 

 

Mami Takahashi
Research Assistant
Portland Community College, Portland OR
Research Project: “Nature and Seasonality Presented Within Japanese Art and Culture”
Faculty Advisor: Jeffrey Hanes
Kasukabe Gakuen School, Japan

 

 

 

Erbaugh portrait

 

Mary Erbaugh
Independent Scholar
Research Project: “Hong Kong Cantonese Films
& their Changing View of the Mainland”
Faculty Advisor: Jeffrey Hanes

 

 

Michelle Chaewon Kim
Research Assistant
Seoul National University, South Korea
Research Project: Korean Art
Faculty Advisor: Anne Kitagawa

 

Mookyu Kim
Research Assistant
Pukyong National University, Republic of Korea
Research Project: Novelty of New Media and Digitally
Faculty Advisor: Dong Hoon Kim

 

 

Sangbae Kim
Associate Professor
Kyungpook National University, Republic of Korea
Research Area: Mutual fund in the US, Korea and Australia
Faculty Advisor: Nagesh Murthy

 

 

Tsunehiko Yabe
Associate Professor
Hosei University, Japan
Research Area: The design of small urban spaces closely associated with people’s everyday life and activities
Faculty Advisor: Hans J Neis

 

Wenting Yang
Research Assistant
Chongqing Normal University, China
Research Project: Reception of Classical Chinese Poetry in America
Faculty Advisor: Yugen Wang

 

Xiaohua Zhao
Research Assistant
South China Normal University, China
Research Project: “A New Perspective on the Study of Epitaphs in Tang Dynasty China”
Faculty Advisor: Yugen Wang

 

 

Yan Zhang
Research Assistant
Ningxia University, China
Research Project: Ideology and Politics in China
Faculty Advisor: Tuong Vu

 

 

Yanjun Kong
Research Assistant
Jiangnan University, China
Research Project: Qing Dynasty Reception of the Jiangxi School of Poetry
Faculty Advisor: Yugen Wang

 

Ye Zhao
Research Assistant
Beijing Institute of Architectural Design, China
Research Project: Sustainable Design and City Planning
Faculty Advisor: Nancy Cheng

 

 

Yuan Ye
Research Associate
Southwest University, China
Project Area: the paradox in subject of Dazu Grottoes
Faculty Advisor: Charles Lachman

 

 

 

Visit the CAPS Visiting Faculty/Courtesy Appointments Database for a complete list of past years.

March 21, 2013

China and the Restructuring of International Political Economy

 

International Conference

China and the Restructuring of International Political Economy

University of Oregon
April 14-15, 2013
Gerlinger Alumni Lounge

 

 

 

Preliminary Conference Program*

*subject to change

Sunday, April 14

9:00 am
Registration and Coffee

9:30 am
Opening Remarks

10:00 am
Keynote Address:  “The Rise of China and Understandings of Global Capitalism” Michael Webber (The University of Melbourne, Australia)

10:45 am
Panel #1: China Sustainability, and Global Environmental Change

“Globalizing Concepts: Ecology, Political Economy, and China,” Luke Bergmann (University of Washington)

“Environmental Impacts of China’s Investments and Trade in Lower Mekong Countries,” Tao Hu (World Resources Institute, USA)

11:45 am
Lunch Break

1:00 pm
Panel #2: China’s Rise and Its Geo-Economic Influence
Panel Chair:  Daniel Buck (University of Oregon)

“China’s New (Dis)Order: The Paradox of a Fragile Superpower,” Jun Zhang (National University of Singapore, Singapore)

“Re-orienting China on the Cross of Historical Path and Global Stage,” Lei Wang (Wuhan University, China)

“Breaking New Ground?  The Micropolitics of China-Central American Development Relations,” Monica DeHart (University of Puget Sound, USA)

2:30 pm
Coffee Break

2:45 pm
Panel #3: Globalization of Chinese Institutions
Panel Chair: Jun Zhang (National University of Singapore)

“The ‘Internationalisation’ of Chinese NGOs: A Dual-Track Process,” Jennifer Hsu (University of Alberta, Canada)

“Explaining China’s Engagement with the World Trade Organization, 2001-2012,” Priyanka Pandit (Jawaharlal Nehru University, India)

“Ambiguous States: Confucius Institutes in the American Classroom,” Jennifer Hubbert (Lewis & Clark College, USA)

“Beijing, the Rise of BRICS and the China-India Construct,” Jagannath Panda (Institute for Defense Studies and Analyses, India)

Monday, April 15

 9:00 am
Registration and Coffee

9:15 am
Keynote Address:  “Chairman Mao’s African Railway,” Jamie Monson (Macalester College, USA)

10:00 am 
Coffee Break

10:15 am
Panel #4: The Expansion of Chinese Capital and Labor
Panel Chair: Jennifer Hsu (University of Alberta)

 “The Investment Banking Networks of Bank of China International (Hong Kong)” David R. Meyer (Washington University in St. Louis, USA) “

“China’s Telecommunications Service Sector and Its Implications for World Economy,” Anil Kumar Kanungo (Indian Institute of Foreign Trade [IIFT], India)

“The Circulation of Labor and Capital between China’s Coastal and Interior Regions,” Siyu Cai (University of California, Los Angeles, USA)

“Negotiation of Power Relations between Chinese Investors, their Employees and Customers from West Africa to Southern Africa: Cases from Nigeria and Botswana,” Anthonia Akhidenor (Developmental Research, Edo State Government, Nigeria)

12:15 pm
Lunch Break

1:30 pm
Keynote Address: “China’s Outward FDI: A Geographical Analysis,” Weidong Liu (Chinese Academy of Sciences, China)

2:15 pm 
Panel #5: Cross-border Trade and Transnational Regionalization

“China and North Korean Refugees,” Michimi Muranushi (Gakushuin University, Japan)

“Cross-border Trade and Minority Business in Xinjiang, China,” Tyler Harlan (University of California, Los Angeles, USA)

“Free trade is Not Free: The Geopolitics of China’s Engagement with Mainland Southeast Asia,” Xiaobo Su (University of Oregon, USA)

3:45 pm
Concluding Remarks: Alexander Murphy (University of Oregon, USA)

 

This event is cosponsored by the Center for Asian and Pacific Studies, the Department of Geography, the College of Arts and Sciences, the Office of International Affairs, the Office of Research, Innovation, and Graduate Education, and the Confucius Institute for Global China Studies.  It is free and open to the public. For more info, please call 541-346-1521.

 

 

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