CUHK MAICS online talks on Islamic femininity and revolutionary pan-Asianism in Jan 2021

The Chinese University of Hong Kong’s MA in Intercultural Studies Program invites everyone to two Zoom talks on Islamic femininity and revolutionary pan-Asianism in Jan 2021. For inquiries, please contact yueqianwu@cuhk.edu.hk.

 

"Philippine Asianist Thought and Southeast Asian Pan-Asianist Action in the ‘Periphery’ of Asia at the Turn of the Twentieth Century,” Dr. Nicole CuUnjieng Aboitiz (University of Cambridge), Jan 13, Wed, 12pm (Hong Kong time)

CUHK MAICS online talks on Islamic femininity and revolutionary pan-Asianism in Jan 2021

The Chinese University of Hong Kong’s MA in Intercultural Studies Program invites everyone to two Zoom talks on Islamic femininity and revolutionary pan-Asianism in Jan 2021. For inquiries, please contact yueqianwu@cuhk.edu.hk.

 

"Philippine Asianist Thought and Southeast Asian Pan-Asianist Action in the ‘Periphery’ of Asia at the Turn of the Twentieth Century,” Dr. Nicole CuUnjieng Aboitiz (University of Cambridge), Jan 13, Wed, 12pm (Hong Kong time)

Online screening of Sanjay Kak's Red Ant Dream - Deptford Cinema and QMUL South Asia Forum

Red Ant Dream (2013), Director: Sanjay Kak, Length: 120 minutes 

Sanjay Kak follows the trajectory of the revolutionary dream in India’s turbulent present: to the Naxalite-Maoist insurgency in Bastar, in the troubled heart of central India; Adivasi-led anti-mining protests in the mineral-rich hills of Odisha; and to rural Punjab, where the iconic figures of Bhagat Singh and the martyred poet, Pash, continue to inspire farmers.       

Member book, Cliver, Red Silk: Class, Gender, and Revolution in China's Yangzi Delta Silk Industry

Dear Colleagues, 

I am writing to announce the publication of my new book, Red Silk: Class, Gender, and Revolution in China's Yangzi Delta Silk Industry (Harvard University Asia Center, 2020) available in July 2020. Here is the press release: 

H-Diplo Review Essay 239 on From Quills to Tweets: How America Communicates about War and Revolution

H-Diplo Review Essay 239

3 June 2020

Andrea J. Dew, Marc A. Genest, and S.C.M. Paine, eds.  From Quills to Tweets:  How America Communicates about War and Revolution.  Washington, D.C.:  Georgetown University Press, 2019.  ISBN:  9781626167117 (hardcover, $110.95); 9781626167124 (paperback, $36.95).

https://hdiplo.org/to/E239
Editor: Diane Labrosse | Commissioning Editor: Seth Offenbach | Production Editor: George Fujii

CFP: Ukraine and Its Revolutions (1914-1923): New Histories and Interpretations" A special issue of the journal Ukraina Moderna

Dear Colleagues,

I hope you are doing well during these uncertain times.

As an invited editor of the Ukrainian peer-reviewed journal Ukraina Moderna, I would like to invite you to submit your paper proposal for a special issue dedicated to the Ukrainian Revolution (1914–1923) and in memoriam of Mark von Hagen. 

This issue offers a critical rethinking of modern interpretations of the Ukrainian Revolution and aspires to stimulate new research. The main themes of the issue include: 

Aztec Archeology to the Mexican Revolution: A Digital Photohistory at the Getty Research Institute by Jonathan Saxon

Research Corner
 

I am excited to continue our multi-post series on digital collections. Today Jonathan Saxon examines the Getty Research Institute’s online portal, A Nation Emerges: Sixty-five Years of Photography in Mexico and his subsequent post will cover the GRI’s Obsidian Mirror-Travels: Refracting Mexican Art and Archaeology. He earned his M.A.

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