of postwar prosperity is signaled with a rich harvest of international awards. Let us welcome the Year of the Rooster with good food, prizes, and interesting conversations with old and new friends. Location: 180 Doe Library Sponsors: Center for Korean Studies, Literature Translation Institute of Korea Kyung-uk Kim was born in Gwangju, South Jeolla Province, South Korea in 1971. In this presentation I discuss my study of beads from 12 archaeological sites in Cambodia and Thailand and what we can learn from these beads about early trade networks, how beads were being exchanged, and who may have been trading and wearing beads. His previous authored books are: Transnational Corporations and Business Networks (Routledge, 1998 Entrepreneurship and the Internationalisation of Asian Firms (Edward Elgar, 2002 and Chinese Capitalism in a Global Era (Routledge, 2004). Location: 370 Dwinelle Hall Sponsors: AIA, San Francisco Society, Institute of East Asian Studies, Tang Center for Silk Road Studies Around 500 BC people in South Asia (primarily India and Sri Lanka) began interacting with people in Southeast Asia. Nelson, Chair of the UC Berkeley Center for Korean Studies 2:15-3:30 Part I: Writing Our History Rosemarie Nahm, Angel Island Immigration Station Foundation Laura Kang, UC Irvine Myung Mi Kim, suny Buffalo Moderated by Elaine Kim, UC Berkeley 3:30-4:00 Coffee Break 4:00-5:15 Part II: Art. Speaker: Megan Tracy, Sociology and Anthropology James Madison University.
Christina Ahmadjian is a professor at Hitotsubashi University's Graduate School of Commerce and Management and former dean of the Graduate School of International Corporate Strategy. We will initiate this dialogue with a lecture by photographer Ishikawa Mao, whose work explores the complex relationships of gender, race, and national identity in Okinawa and Japan. Tang Center for Silk Road Studies The Institute for South Asia Studies (isas) at UC Berkeley in collaboration with the Vedanta Society Berkeley (VSB) are proud to launch a new lecture series on religion in the modern world. During the period after having been expelled from China but before they would concede the Yuan dynasty, the predicament of one of their lords led to the ascendancy of the Gelugpa School and the creation of the Dalai Lama as an institution. She works on postcolonial feminism and theories of race in Japan, Okinawa, and beyond. On the global side,. Sponsors: Center for Chinese Studies (CCS) Event Contact: The 19th Party Congress and the Future of the Chinese Communist Party November 13, 2017 Conference The Communist Party of China held its 19th Party Congress in October 2017.
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