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CFP: Networking East and West: Communications, Commerce, Culture (Beijing, Jul. 11-12, 2014)

Dear H-Asia Community,

I am forwarding the below CFP on behalf of Prof. Richard John at Columbia University.  It may be of interest to those who will be in Beijing this summer.  If you have any questions, please e-mail Richard John directly, rrj2115@columbia.edu.  

Thanks,
anatoly detwyler
Columbia University, ABD

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NETWORKING EAST AND WEST: COMMUNICATIONS, COMMERCE, CULTURE
 

Position: Assistant Professor, History, University of Hong Kong

 
Institution Type: College / University
Location: Hong Kong
Position:  Assistant Professor

Founded in 1911, The University of Hong Kong is committed to the highest international standards of excellence in teaching and research, and has been at the international forefront of academic scholarship for many years. The University has a comprehensive range of study programmes and research disciplines spread across 10 faculties and over 140 academic departments and institutes/centers. There are over 27,800 undergraduate and postgraduate students coming from 50 countries, and more than 2,000 members of academic and academic-related staff, many of whom are internationally renowned.

'Shipwreck ceramics and the fall of Melaka': Roxanna Brown

'Shipwreck ceramics and the fall of Melaka' was the title of a 2007 lecture to the Southeast Asian Ceramic Society by the late Dr Roxanna Brown. In a sweeping overview, Roxanna explained how the shipwreck discoveries of recent decades have cast new light on aspects of Asian history. She then described the evidence for a significant decline in the size of ships and the quality of cargoes in the early sixteenth century, explaining how this is consistent with the historical account of a collapse in Southeast Asian trade for several years after the capture of Melaka by the Portuguese in 1511. This resulted from the loss of big ships during the 1512 counterattack.

H-Net Job Guide Weekly Report for 7 April - 14 April

Date: Mon, 14 Apr 2014 08:02:02 -0400
From: H-Net Job Guide <jobguide@mail.h-net.msu.edu>
Subject: H-Net Job Guide Weekly Report For H-Announce:   7 April - 14 April

The following jobs were posted to the H-Net Job Guide from  7 April
2014 to 14 April 2014. These job postings are included here based on
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AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY / STUDIES

CFP: Questions in Southeast Asia's Architecture/ Southeast Asia's Architecture in Question

1st SEAARC (Southeast Asia Architecture Research Collaborative) Symposium

Questions in Southeast Asia’s Architecture / Southeast Asia’s Architecture in Question

 

Dates:               8-10 January 2015 (Thursday to Saturday)

Venue:             Department of Architecture, School of Design and Environment, National University of Singapore

 

Keynote speakers

•          Prof. Hilde Heynen, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven.

•          Prof. William Logan, Deakin University

•          Assoc. Prof. Abidin Kusno, University of British Columbia.

 

Confirmed speakers (in alphabetical order and to be updated)