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The University of Chicago's Center for Latin American Studies and Department of Anthropology are delighted to invite you to our third webinar on innovative research that combines traditional strategies (ethnography, interviews, archival research, archaeological fieldwork, etc.) with spatial analysis.
Webinar 3: Monday, November 30, 2020, 12:40-2:00pm CST
What does a change of guard in Washington mean for the special US-Taiwan relationship? What issues are at stake and how are they likely to be impacted by a Biden administration versus a Trump administration?
Join the Sigur Center for Asian Studies for a discussion with influential experts in the US and Taiwan for their perspectives on what we can expect as we look ahead to the next four years on topics from cross-Strait relations, US-Taiwan free trade agreement, and post-pandemic recovery.
Academic Roundtable - Stories of the Sea: Bridging the Gap
2nd December, 5.30–7pm, online, free.
This academic roundtable is an opportunity for curators, researchers and cultural practitioners to explore compelling examples of maritime interpretation and consider ways to bring sea stories to life in engaging, critical and meaningful ways.
The roundtable is convened as part of the NLHF Our Museum project, aiming to co-create brand-new maritime galleries at Poole Museum.
Reconfiguring Labour and Welfare in Emerging Economies of the Global South
Venue: Centre for Interdisciplinary Research (ZIF), Bielefeld University, Germany
Date: 6-8 December 2021
Minh Nguyen, Jake Lin, Ngoc Luong, Yueran Tian, Bielefeld University