Most of Edward Shaughnessy's career has been devoted to the cultural and literary history of China’s Zhou dynasty (c. 1045-249 B.C.), the period that has served all subsequent Chinese intellectuals as the Golden Age of Chinese civilization; after all, it is not only the period founded by the sage kings Wen (d. 1050 B.C.) and Wu (r. 1045-1043 B.C.), but also that during which Confucius (551-479 B.C.) lived.
Susan Burns – CEAS Director and Faculty – Chair and Discussant
From Nourishing Life to National Nutrition: Diet and Health in Japanese History
Thursday, March 19
7:30 pm – 9:15 pm
Location: Hynes, Room 200, Level 2
Yi Cao – Graduate Student – Paper Presenter
Material and Visual Culture in South and East Asia
Friday, March 20
3:45 pm – 5:30 pm
Location: Sheraton, Clarendon, 3rd Floor
CEAS Associate Member Kevin Ostoyich Pens, "The Unbroken Past: From Germany to Shanghai to San Francisco"
"Kurt and Jeannette Nothenberg lived comfortably in the middle class in Germany raising their only child, Rudy. Following Kristallnacht, Kurt was arrested and sent to Buchenwald, but was later released on the condition that he leave the country immediately. The family left by train to Genoa, where they embarked on a journey by sea to Shanghai.
The 2019 HK Protests: What Does the Future Hold for Hong Kong?
November 18, 2019
Joseph Regenstein Library, Room 122
1100 E 57th St, Chicago, IL 60637