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Hanoi in the Time of Cholera
During French Colonial Rule
Wed, May 20, 2020
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM PDT
Join Chopsticks Alley Art Tongue lecture series where we will bring to you an interactive art and culture immersion experience.
Dear H-World Colleagues,
Deadline of June 1 approaching for the Ristow Prize for essays in the history of cartography
It seems to me this epidemic challenges above all the view of globalization as a transcending of the nation state and as an emerging civilization based on some sort of solid institutional and political new world order. One central aspect of this challenge has to do with China's place in this order. China appears to have acted in an extremely reckless manner to protect its own national and imperial interests in this. In what sense can one speak of it as truly "integrated" into the spirit as well as the institutional matrix of this world order?