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EAP Spring '23 Event Schedule

Cherry blossoms snow over a street and a bus in South Korea
January 25, 2023

Engendering China, Korean Film Series, Multimedia-art

This semester features 12 guest speakers, two symposia, a Korean film series at Cornell Cinema called, 'Power of Seeing,' the Annual Hu Shih Distinguished Lecture, and the Morning Dew media installation by artist-in-residence Soni Kum at the Johnson Museum. Take advantage of these dynamic and engaging experiences. And visit this site often for event updates.

2/01     Morning Dew: The Stigma of Being Brainwashed by Soni Kum multimedia exhibition at the Johnson Museum of Art 


2/06     The Political Economy of Greening China by Jeremy Wallace (Government, Cornell University and EAP Director) at 4:00 p.m. Olin Hall 155


2/13     CCCI: Men, Masculinity, and Childbirth in Early Twentieth-Century China by Ling Ma (History, SUNY Geneseo) at 4:45 p.m.Goldwin Smith Hall Kaufman Auditorium GSH 64


2/17    The Global University, Addressing New Subjects of Knowledge faculty hosts Brett DeBary and Naoki Sakai, professors emerita (Asian Studies, Cornell) and panelists at 3:00 p.m. Virtual


2/17    CCCC: Content and Form: Dunhuang Anthologies of Tang Poetry by Casey Stevens (Asian Studies, Cornell) Cornell Classical Chinese Colloquium text-reading at 3:30 p.m. Rockefeller Hall 374


3/6    CCCI: Her Voice: Recounting Japanese Military Sexual Slavery in Chinese Literature and Film by Xian Wang (East Asian Languages and Cultures, University of Notre Dame) at 4:45 p.m. Goldwin Smith Hall Kaufman Auditorium GSH 64


3/15    Tour of Duty by Dong-ryung Kim & Kyung-tae Park (2012, 150 min.) Power of Seeing Korean Film Series at 7:00 p.m. Cornell Cinema 104 Willard Straight Hall


3/22     The Pregnant Tree and the Goblin by Dong-ryung Kim & Kyung-tae Park (2019, 115 min.) Power of Seeing Korean Film Series at 7:00 p.m. Cornell Cinema 104 Willard Straight Hall


3/25    Morning Dew Symposium featuring Soni Kum, artist in residence at The Herbert F. Johnson Museum (more to come)


3/30    Majority Rule and Consortial Policymaking: The Evidence from Early China The Annual Hu Shih Distinguished Lecture by Michael Nylan (History, UC Berkeley) at 4:45 p.m. Physical Sciences Building 120


3/31    CCCC: Michael Nylan (History, UC Berkeley) Cornell Classical Chinese Colloquium text-reading at 3:30 p.m. Rockefeller Hall 374 Asian Studies Lounge


4/12     The Woman, The Orphan, and The Tiger by Jane Jin Kaisen and Guston Sondin-Kung (2010, 72 min.) Power of Seeing Korean Film Series at 7:00 p.m. Cornell Cinema 104 Willard Straight Hall


4/13     Is Japan’s Grip on Ethnic Nationalism Slipping? by Charlie Morgan (Sociology, Ohio U) at 4:45 p.m. Physical Sciences Building 120


4/19    Host Nation by Ko-woon Lee (2016, 90 mins.) Power of Seeing Korean Film Series at 7:00 p.m. Cornell Cinema 104 Willard Straight Hall


4/14     CCCC with Liyu Hua (Asian Studies, Cornell) at 3:30-5:30 p.m. Rockefeller Hall 374 Asian Studies Lounge


4/20     CCCI: Transgender in Late Imperial China: Case Studies from the Qing Archives by Matthew Sommer (History, Stanford University) at 4:45 p.m. Goldwin Smith Hall Kaufman Auditorium GSH 64


4/21     CCCC: Matthew Sommer (History, Stanford University) Classical Chinese Colloquium text-reading at 3:30 p.m. Rockefeller Hall 374 Asian Studies Lounge


4/28     Chinese in the Digital Age by Thomas Mullaney (History, East Asia Languages, and Cultures, Stanford University) at 12:30 p.m. Virtual


5/01     Making Peace With Nature: Ecological Encounters Along the Korean DMZ by Eleana Kim (Anthropology, UC Irvine) at 4:45 p.m. Goldwin Smith Hall Kaufman Auditorium GSH64


5/08     CCCI: The Fabric of Care: Women’s Work and the Politics of Livelihood in Socialist China by Yige Dong (Sociology, University at Buffalo) at 4:45 p.m. Goldwin Smith Hall Kaufman Auditorium GSH 64


5/05      Ji-Eun Lee (East Asian Languages and Cultures, Washington University in St. Louis) at 4:45 p.m. Virtual (more to come)


5/10 and 11 Biophobia Symposium College of Human Ecology Savage Hall 201 (more to come)

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