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UCLA CCS 2016 Fall Quarter Events Overview
UCLA CCS 2016 Fall Quarter Events Overview
2016/9/26 9:54:04 | 浏览:2154 | 评论:3

UCLA CCS 2016 Fall Quarter Events Overview

Dear friends and colleagues,

 I trust you all had a great summer and welcome to the new academic year! We are sending this newsletter again with some updated information. I would like to take this opportunity to share with you a few highlights in our fall calendar.

 On October 10th from 3:00 - 8:00PM, we will host a special symposium on ancient Chinese culture from a comparative perspective, in honor of and featuring Professor Li Ling from Peking University, who was recently elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

UCLA CCS 2016 Fall Quarter Events Overview

On October 18th, we are hosting the annual China Town Hall from 3:30PM - 6:30PM, featuring live-stream webcast by Dr. Henry Kissinger and in-person lecture by Prof. Barry Naughton.

On October 20th, Dr. Kungshin Chou, the former director of the National Palace Museum of Taiwan, will give a public lecture at 4:00PM as part of our Influential Speaker Program and also the highlight event of our Taiwan program in 2016.

 At 2:00 PM on Saturday, November 5th, Dr. Nancy Berliner, a historian of Chinese art and architecture and the Wu Tung Curator of Chinese Art at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, will give a lecture on "Allusions and Illusions, A Stroll through the Qianlong Emperor's Garden," which is the 29th Sammy Yukuan Lee Lecture on Chinese Archaeology and Art.

To find out more details about these events, please go to our website:http://www.international.ucla.edu/ccs/home and save the dates!

Again, welcome back to school and with all best wishes.

Yunxiang Yan, Director

UCLA Center for Chinese Studies

(Event times and locations could change, please check our website or individual event email notice for the most current information.)  

10/06/2016

4pm - 5:30pm

 

My Journey Researching Zuozhuan

 

Bunche Hall 10383

Suching Chang, National Taiwan University

10/10/2016

3pm - 8:00pm


Ancient China in Comparative Perspective:Afternoon of Papers in Honor of Prof. Li Ling

 

Charles E. Young Research Library

With Anthony Barbieri-Low; Rahim Shayegan; Guolong Lai; Li Min; Lothar von Falkenhausen

Keynote Speaker:Li Ling, Peking University

10/12/2016

4pm - 5:30pm

 

Fateful Ties:A History of America's Preoccupation with China Book Talk and Signing

 

Powell Library 

East Rotunda

Gordon Chang, Stanford University

Co-sponsored by the Asian American Studies Center

 

10/13/2016

2pm - 3:30pm

Abrogation and Its Discontents:New Paradigms of PRC Law and the 1949 Revolution

 

Bunche Hall 10383

Glenn Tiffert, University of Michigan

 

10/18/2016

3:30pm - 6:30pm

China Town Hall:Local Connections, National Reflections

 

Charles E. Young Research Library

Live national webcast by Dr. Henry Kissinger and in-person lecture by Prof. Barry Naughton

 

10/20/2016

4pm - 5:30pm

The National Palace Museum and Asia Today

 

Charles E. Young Research Library

CCS Annual Influential Speaker

Kungshin Chou 周功鑫, National Palace Museum 故宮, Taiwan

 

 

 

10/27/2016

4pm - 5:30pm

The Optical Illusion Revisited:What Happens in Six Months

 

Bunche Hall 10383

Tina Lu, Yale University

 

 

 

11/04/2016

2pm - 4pm

Aspirations and Illusions:A Trompe L'oeil Collage tradition in Chinese Painting

 

Bunche Hall 10383

Nancy Berliner, Museum of Fine Arts in Boston

 

11/05/2016

2pm - 3:30pm

29th Sammy Yukuan Lee Lecture on Chinese Archaeology and Art

 

UCLA Fowler Museum Lenart Auditorium

Allusions and Illusions, A Stroll through the Qianlong Emperor's Garden

Nancy Berliner, Museum of Fine Arts in Boston

 

11/10/2016

2pm- 3:30pm

Politics of Love in 2010s China

 

Bunche Hall 10383

Jean-Baptiste Pettier, University of Cologne

 

12/05/2016

 

4pm- 5:30pm

Bunche Hall 10383

Lecture by Stephanie DeBoer

Stephanie DeBoer, Indiana University

 

 

 

 



UCLA Center for Chinese Studies
11381 Bunche Hall
Los Angeles, CA 90095
Campus Mail Code:148703
Tel:(310)825-8683
Fax:(310)206-3555
china@international.ucla.edu

 

UCLA CCS 2016 Fall Quarter Events Overview

 

Ancient China in Comparative Perspective:
An Afternoon of Papers in Honor of Prof. Li Ling


Mon, Oct. 10, 2016
3:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Charles E. Young Research Library
Main Conference Room

 

Professor Li Ling is a towering figure in the study of classical Chinese civilization today. Born in Xingtai(Hebei province)in 1948, he been on the faculty of the Department of Chinese Literature at Peking University since 1985.

 

RSVP Online

UCLA CCS 2016 Fall Quarter Events Overview

Schedule

3:00-3:10
David Schaberg

3:10-3:40
Anthony Barbieri-Low (UCSB)
3:40-4:20
Rahim Shayegan (UCLA)
4:20-4:50
Guolong Lai (University of Florida)
4:50-5:20
Li Min (UCLA)
5:20-5:50
Lothar von Falkenhausen (UCLA)
** Reception **
6:30-8:00
Keynote Speech
Li Ling (Peking University)

Cosponsored with Iranian Studies, Richard C. Rudolph East Asian Library, UCLA Humanities Division

 

 

Entwined Destinies:America and China and the History of the Present

UCLA CCS 2016 Fall Quarter Events Overview
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Wed, Oct. 12, 2016
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
UCLA Powell Library


Talk by Gordon H. Chang, Stanford University


In this special lecture, Gordon Chang will speak about his book, Fateful Ties:A History of America’s Preoccupation with China (Harvard University Press:2015)that studies the long history of America-China relations. Chang covers this history from Jamestown to today and gives historical context for the current American fixation with China. He suggests that this fascination continues centuries of American interest in China, an interest that is peculiar to the United States. This study builds on his earlier work on Sino-American relations and Asian American history. Chang’s books include Friends and Enemies:The United States, China, and the Soviet Union, 1948-1972; Morning Glory, Evening Shadow:Yamato Ichihashi and His Internment Writing, 1942-1945; Asian Americans and Politics:Perspectives, Experiences; Chinese American Voices From the Gold Rush to the Present(University of California Press, 2006); and Asian American Art:A History, 1850-1970(SUP, 2008).

G
ordon H. Chang is an Oliver H. Palmer Professor in Humanities and Professor of History at Stanford University. His research focuses on the history of United States-East Asia relations and on Asian American history.
 

RSVP REQUIRED:

http://chang-aasc.eventbrite.com

 

Abrogation and Its Discontents:
Towards New Paradigms of PRC Law and the 1949 Revolution

UCLA CCS 2016 Fall Quarter Events Overview

Thurs, Oct. 13, 2016
2:00 PM - 3:45 PM
Bunche Hall 10383


Talk by Glenn Tiffert, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

 

Fired by ideological zeal, in 1949 the Chinese Communist Party promptly abrogated the Nationalist legal system by fiat, vowing to erect an authentically revolutionary successor in its place. Ever since, official sources have portrayed abrogation as nothing less than the opening gambit in the PRC legal system’s creation.

Scholars remain largely in the thrall of that narrative. Abrogation lies at the core of their conceptual armature, which grounds the legal system’s identity in a lineage shorn of Chinese sources beyond the CCP. This distorts their grasp of the 1949 revolution, and of the origins, trajectory, and character of the legal system, and tends to reduce PRC legal history to little more than a branch of Party history. 

The talk challenges this way of seeing and the creation myths that spring from it.

 

Glenn Tiffert is the Distinguished Post-Doctoral Fellow in Residence in the Study of China at the Lieberthal-Rogel Center for Chinese Studies at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. He received his Ph.D. in History from the University of California, Berkeley. His research interests center on 20th century China, Chinese legal history, and computational analyses of modern Chinese textual corpora. He has published on the Chinese judiciary, Chinese constitutionalism, and current legal affairs.

UCLA CCS 2016 Fall Quarter Events Overview
 
UCLA CCS 2016 Fall Quarter Events Overview

UCLA CCS 2016 Fall Quarter Events Overview

 
Thursday, Oct 20, 2016
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Charles E. Young Research Library
Main Conference Room

Talk by Dr. Kungshin Chou(周功鑫), National Palace Museum(故宮), Taiwan
 
Our lives are shaped by the choices we make, and for me no decision was more important than choosing to devote my life to the National Palace Museum in Taipei, a sanctuary for knowledge and a place for learning. My first term of service at the National Palace Museum lasted 27 years, from 1972 to 1999, at which time I returned to my alma mater, Fu Jen Catholic University, to found the Graduate Institute of Museum Studies in order to cultivate young museum professionals. In May 2008, President Ma Ying Jeou asked me back to the National Palace Museum to be its director. I served in that capacity for four years, retiring in July 2012.

My 31 years at the National Palace Museum provided me with an extended and unique view of an exceptional institution. In this lecture, I recount some of my experiences and revisit the work and accomplishments achieved during my long tenure, including overseeing the planning and building of the southern branch of the NPM in Jiayi; and ultimately leading to the National Palace Museum’s recognition as one of the top museums in the world and number one in Asia. 


Kungshin Chou received her doctorate degree in Art History and Archaeology from the University of Paris-Sorbonne(Paris IV), France in 1995. She is a specialist in Chinese lacquer wares and a pioneer educator in museology in Taiwan. During her tenure as Director of the National Palace Museum from 2008-2012, she curated and oversaw a number of large-scale international exhibitions and scholarly catalogues. Under her stewardship the Museum was acknowledged for being one of the top major museums in the world not only for its unparalleled collection of Chinese art but also for the model it established for museum collaboration, education, exhibition, publication, and research. Reminiscing on her lifelong service and experience at the NPM, Dr. Chou is currently working on a book manuscript titled Wo yu Gugong yuan 我與故宮緣, The National Palace Museum and Me.

For more information please visit our website.

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