Princeton Events on East Asia

10/25 “Sovereigns as Bodhisattvas and Chakravarti” Mayuko Kawakami @ 4:30 p.m. in Rm. 137 in 1879 Hall. https://csr.princeton.edu/events/2022/sovereigns-bodhisattva-and-cakravartin

10/26 "The Invention of the 'Political Offender:' The Sino-Japanese War and the Abortive Sino-American Extradition Treaty, 1893-1895) Jennifer Day (Skidmore), EAP Lecture @ 4:30 p.m. in 202 Jones. https://eap.princeton.edu/events/invention-“political-offender”

10/27 “Mekong: LIFE” @7 p.m. (EST) in Taplin Auditorium, Fine Hall. https://eap.princeton.edu/events/mekong-life

Fri. 10/28 "Free Chol Soo Lee" Free Screening and Filmmaker Q&A @ 4a.m. at the Princeton Garden. Theater https://eas.princeton.edu/news/free-chol-soo-lee-free-screening-and-filmmaker-qa-princeton-garden-theater

11/2 "Meibutsu and the Formation of Japan's Artistic Canon" Christine Guth, Tang Center Lecture Series #1 @4:30 p.m. in McCosh 50. https://tang.princeton.edu/tang-center-lecture-series/christine-guth

11/4 " The Visuality of Writing in Colonial North Korea": Oh (Ksenia), EAP lecture @ 4:30 p.m. (EST) in 202 Jones. https://eap.princeton.edu/events/visuality-writing-colonial-korea

11/4 “I Refuse to Know My Place: Translator Authority and the Translator as Author,” by Anton Hur, Korean to English translator @ 12:30-1:30 p.m., online. Program in Translation and Intercultural Communication. https://my.princeton.edu/PIIRSPTIC/rsvp_boot?id=1822283

11/7 "Meibutsu and the Formation of Japan's Artistic Canon" Christine Guth, Tang Center Lecture Series #2 @4:30 p.m. in McCosh 50. https://tang.princeton.edu/tang-center-lecture-series/christine-guth

11/7 “The Rice Theory of Culture: Evidence that Farming Practice can Explain Differences from Marraige to Manspreading” Thomas Talhelm, CCC @ 4:30 p.m. in A71 Louise A. Simpson Building & Zoom. https://ccc.princeton.edu/events/rice-theory-culture-evidence-farming-p…


11/7 “The Breakdown of the Post-war International Order Demands Actions” Jia Qingguo (Peking University) CCC @ 4:30 p.m. in Robertson Hall 016 and Zoom. https://ccc.princeton.edu/events/breakdown-post-war-international-order…


11/7 "Meibutsu and the Formation of Japan's Artistic Canon" Christine Guth, Tang Center Lecture Series #2 @4:30 p.m. in McCosh 50. https://tang.princeton.edu/tang-center-lecture-series/christine-guth


11/9 "Meibutsu and the Formation of Japan's Artistic Canon" Christine Guth, Tang Center Lecture Series #3 @4:30 p.m. in McCosh 50. https://tang.princeton.edu/tang-center-lecture-series/christine-guth


11/12 NCTA Princeton all-day session for NJ high school teachers / Prof Conlan, 202 Jones Hall. https://eap.princeton.edu/projects/teaching-about-asia


11/14 Willingness to Pay for Clean Air: Evidence from Air Purifier Markets in China” Shuang Zhang (Imperial College), CCC @ 4:30 p.m. in A71 Louis A. Simpson & Zoom. https://ccc.princeton.edu/events/willingness-pay-clean-air-evidence-air…


 11/15 “Water Transformation: Buddhist Meditation and Pure Land Art in Tang China” Anne Feng, EAP Lecture co-sponsor with Tang Center (Wang C.) @ 4:30 p.m. (EST) at McCosh 50 & Zoom. https://eap.princeton.edu/events/water-transformation-buddhist-meditati…


11/16 “The Matter of Inscription in Early Modern China” Tom Kelly, EAP Lecture co-sponsor with Tang Center (Keulemans) @ 4:30 p.m. (EST) in Jones 202 & Zoom. https://eap.princeton.edu/events/matter-inscription-early-modern-china

11/14 Willingness to Pay for Clean Air: Evidence from Air Purifier Markets in China” Shuang Zhang (Imperial College), CCC @ 4:30 p.m. (EST) in A71 Louis A. Simpson & Zoom. https://ccc.princeton.edu/events/willingness-pay-clean-air-evidence-air…


 11/15 “Water Transformation: Buddhist Meditation and Pure Land Art in Tang China” Anne Feng (Boston University), EAP Lecture co-sponsor with Tang Center @ 4:30 p.m. (EST) at McCosh 50 & Zoom. https://eap.princeton.edu/events/water-transformation-buddhist-meditati…


11/16 “The Matter of Inscription in Early Modern China” Tom Kelly (Harvard), EAP Lecture co-sponsor with Tang Center (Keulemans) @ 4:30 p.m. (EST) in Jones 202 & Zoom. https://eap.princeton.edu/events/matter-inscription-early-modern-china

November 22-27 Thanksgiving recess


11/30 “Inglorious, Illegal Bastards: Japan’s Self-Defense Force During the Cold War” Aaron Skabelund (Brigham Young University), EAP Lecture @ 4:30 p.m (EST) in 202 Jones. https://eap.princeton.edu/events/inglorious-illegal-bastards-japan%E2%8…


12/7 “Refracted Visions: Beholding Antiquities and Perceiving Landscapes in Eleventh-Century China” Ari Levine (Institute for Advanced Study), EAP Lecture @ 4:30 p.m. (EST) in 202 Jones. https://eap.princeton.edu/events/inglorious-illegal-bastards-japan%E2%8…


December 9-16, Friday-Friday. Reading period.