Lecture Series

Japan, Britain, and the Crisis of Empire in World War II: Wilsonian Empires at War?

Society of Fellows Lecture Series, Spring 2018: Jeremy A. Yellen, CUHK Japan, Britain, and the Crisis of Empire in World War II: Wilsonian Empires at War? 5-6:30pm, Feb 26, 2018 Room 4.36, Run Run Shaw Tower One striking feature of the Pacific War was the extent to which Wilsonian ideals informed the war aims of… Continue reading Japan, Britain, and the Crisis of Empire in World War II: Wilsonian Empires at War?

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Events

Roundtable – The State of the Book in Humanities

The State of the Book in Humanities - Roundtable, Monday, February 5, 5-6:30 PM The Society of Fellows is inviting both representatives from academic presses and academics with experience publishing books with both academic and commercial presses. By bringing together these different perspectives, we seek to come to a better understanding of the value of… Continue reading Roundtable – The State of the Book in Humanities

Events, Lecture Series

Society of Fellows 2018 Spring Semester Events and Lecture Series

Society of Fellows 2018 Spring Semester Events and Lecture Series February 5: Roundtable, "The State of the Book in the Humanities", 5-6:30 PM, Room 4.36, Run Run Shaw Tower February 26: Jeremy A. Yellen, CUHK: "Japan, Britain, and the Crisis of Empire in World War II: Wilsonian Empires at War?", 5-6:30 PM, Room 4.36, Run… Continue reading Society of Fellows 2018 Spring Semester Events and Lecture Series

Events

Book Launch & Christmas Party

Book Launch & Christmas Party Sanitized Sex: Regulating Prostitution, Venereal Disease, and Intimacy in Occupied Japan, 1945-1952 Speaker: Robert Kramm (Society of Fellows in the Humanities, HKU) Moderator: Professor David Pomfret Department of History, School of Humanities, The University of Hong Kong Sanitized Sex analyzes the development of new forms of regulation concerning prostitution, venereal… Continue reading Book Launch & Christmas Party

Lecture Series

Migrant Workers’ Cultural Practices in Post-Mao China: Exploring Struggles around the Politics of Recognition and “Regimes of Appearance”, Professor Eric Florence

Lecture Series Fall 2017-18 ​Redefining Fieldwork in Contemporary China: ​ Migrant Workers' Cultural Practices in Post-Mao China: Exploring Struggles around the Politics of Recognition and "Regimes of Appearance" Professor Eric Florence CEFC (French Centre for Research on Contemporary China), University of Liege Society of Fellows in the Humanities Lecture Series Fall 2017-18 The inaugural series of lectures… Continue reading Migrant Workers’ Cultural Practices in Post-Mao China: Exploring Struggles around the Politics of Recognition and “Regimes of Appearance”, Professor Eric Florence

Lecture Series

Abandoned Theme Parks as Traces of Material Culture, Vestiges of Desire, and Ephemeral Spectacles, Dr. Judith Audin

Lecture Series Fall 2017-18 ​Redefining Fieldwork in Contemporary China: ​ Abandoned Theme Parks as Traces of Material Culture, Vestiges of Desire, and Ephemeral Spectacles Dr. Judith Audin CEFC (French Centre for Research on Contemporary China), CUHK Society of Fellows in the Humanities Lecture Series Fall 2017-18 The inaugural series of lectures “Redefining Fieldwork in Contemporary China”, organised… Continue reading Abandoned Theme Parks as Traces of Material Culture, Vestiges of Desire, and Ephemeral Spectacles, Dr. Judith Audin

Lecture Series

From Dakou to D.I.Y.: The Punk-rock Movement in Contemporary China, Dr. Nathanel Amar

Lecture Series Fall 2017-18 ​Redefining Fieldwork in Contemporary China: From Dakou to D.I.Y.: The Punk-rock Movement in Contemporary China Dr. Nathanel Amar  Society of Fellows in the Humanities Lecture Series Fall 2017-18   The inaugural series of lectures "Redefining Fieldwork in Contemporary China", organised by the Society of Fellows in the Humanities, will present new field… Continue reading From Dakou to D.I.Y.: The Punk-rock Movement in Contemporary China, Dr. Nathanel Amar