Events

31
May
2017

Eunuchs from the Ming Dynasty to Qing's Ethno-Dynastic Order, 1500–1800

ANU China Seminar Series

Presenter(s): Jennifer W. Jay

Eunuchs were castrated male palace servants who wielded a fluctuating level of political and military powers from the Shang (1766–1045 BCE) to the Qing (...

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05
Jun
2017

Canberra Launch of China Story Yearbook 2016: Control

Book Launch

The Australian Centre on China in the World invites you to celebrate the launch of its premier annual publication:

China Story Yearbook 2016: Control

‘More cosmopolitan, more...

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15
Jun
2017

Telegraphs, sovereignty, and Chinese nation-building from the late Qing to the end of World War II

ANU China Seminar Series

Presenter(s): Wei Shuge

China’s efforts to reclaim sovereignty over the development and use of cable telegraphs has escaped the attention of historians of modern China. Yet this was...

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16
Jul
2017

Labour and Rights in an Era of Global Precarity: Views from China

Summer school

Are you interested in Chinese labour? Join Chinoiresie for a week of intensive classes and discussions on an ancient island in the lagoon of Venice this July for the inaugural Made in China Summer...

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03
Aug
2017

Zhou Fohai and the creation of the 'Peace Government' 1939–1940

ANU China Seminar Series

Presenter(s): Brian Martin

The Wang Jingwei Government has cast a long dark shadow over modern Chinese history. It has been excoriated as the classic model of a puppet government that...

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21
Aug
2017

The Law of the Sea in the Asia Pacific Region

Conference

Presenter(s): Professor Wolff Heintschel Von Heinegg

ANU College of Law Event. Presented by Centre of Military & Security Law and the United Services Institute of the ACT

Opportunities, threats and...

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14
Sep
2017

Rights Lawyers as an Articulating Voice for Rights Defence and Constitutionalism in China

ANU China Seminar Series

Presenter(s): FENG Chongyi

In the legal and political landscape of China today, there is a distinct group of “rights defence lawyers (weiquan lüshi)”, who take on politically...

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