|Sept 15||Gonçalo SANTOS, Department of Sociology and the Hong Kong Institute for the Humanities and Social Sciences, The University of Hong Kong. “The Politics and Ethnics of Patriarchy in 21st Century China: A Conversation about Sex, Family, and Power.” (Book Forum) (details)
Cosponsored with Centre for China Studies
|Sept 22||Eni LESTARI, International Migrants Alliance, “From a Victim of Exploitaiton to an Advocate of Migrant’s Rights: A Journey and Lesson Learnt.” (details)|
|Sept 29||盧泰康, 藝術史學系, 國立臺南藝術大學‚ “臺灣文化資產中的窯業遺跡與傳世古陶瓷調查研究.” (普通話主講) (details)|
|Oct 6||Wyman TANG Wai-man, Department of Anthropology, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, “Between Mainstreaming and Marginalization: Kabaddi and Local-Global Disjuncture in Taiwan.” (details)|
|Oct 20||Non ARKARAPRASERTKUL, Department of Architecture, Design and Planning, Sydney University, “Deliberate Design or Accidental Abuse? Misappropriations of Applied Anthropology in Global Design Consulting.” (details)|
|Oct 27||CHEE Wai-chi, Department of Education Studies, Hong Kong Baptist University, “Migrant Youth Navigating Education and Identity in Hong Kong.” (details)|
|Nov 3||Paul O’CONNOR, Department of Sociology and Social Policy, Lingnan University, “‘Do You Realise this is a Chinese School?’: White Parents as Ethnic Minorities in the Local Hong Kong School System.” (details)|
|Nov 10||Adam KIELMAN, Department of Music, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, “Musical Cosmopolitans, New Mobilities, and Southern China’s Transforming Music Industry.” (details)|
|Nov 17||Teresa KUAN, Department of Anthropology, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, “Family Runs in the Vessels, Vines Run Through the Family: An Anthropologist Engages with Systemic Therapy.” (details)|
|Dec 1||Tran Ky PHUONG, Vietnam Association of Ethnic Minorities’ Culture and Arts, “The Ancient Champa Kingdom in Central Vietnam: The Meeting Point of the Maritime and Overland Trading Routes in Asia.” (Cancelled)|
|Dec 8||Gordon MATHEWS, Department of Anthropology, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, “The World in Guangzhou: Africans and Other Foreigners in South China’s Global Marketplace (book launch).” (details)
Venue: Arts and Humanities Hub, G24 Fung King Hey Building
|Dec 15||Don KULICK, Department of Cultural Anthropology and Ethnology, Uppsala University, “The End: How a Language Dies.” (details)
Venue: Swire Hall 1, Fung King Hey Building
|Seminars take place at 1:00-2:30 p.m.
in Room 11 Humanities Building, New Asia College, CUHK (except Dec 8 and 15).
A light lunch will be served at 12:30 pm. First come first served.
ALL INTERESTED ARE WELCOME!