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Activities
Fall 2020

Sep 11

NG Mee Kam, Urban Studies Programme, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, “Point-Line-Plane Heritage Conservation of the Ma On Shan Iron Mine Landscape” (details)
Zoom Meeting ID: 969-1477-2679

Sep 25

Ian Russell, Department of Cultural and Religious Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, “The Art of the Past: Before and after Archaeology” (details)
Zoom Meeting ID: 960 7978 2594

Oct 9

Magdalena Wong, Independent Scholar, “Subordinate Masculinity in a twenty-first century China city: An Anthropological Case Study” (details)
Zoom Meeting ID: 942 9474 4384
Passcode: 137265

Oct 16 Peng Peng, Department of Cultural Management Programme, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, “The Lost-wax Casting Re-examined: Archaeometallurgical Evidences from Early China and Its Borderlands” (details)
Zoom Meeting ID: 930 2241 7926
Passcode: 296153
Oct 23 Laura Meek, Centre for the Humanities and Medicine, The University of Hong Kong, “Pharmaceuticals in Divergence: Chakachua (Fakes), Fugitive Science, and Postcolonial Critique in Tanzania” (details)
Zoom Meeting ID: 975 3705 1112
Passcode: 401776
Oct 30 Justin Haruyama, Department of Anthropology, University of California, Davis, “Shortcut English: A Pidgin Language and Symbolic Power at a Chinese-Operated Mine in Zambia” (details)
Zoom Meeting ID: 982 4759 6761
Passcode: 181822
Nov 6 Zheng Yushuang, Department of Anthropology, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, “Removing Houses, Relocating Graves: Governing Life and Death in a Chinese Urban Village”
Nov 13 Xiao Yuqi, Department of Anthropology, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, “Bronze Production and Social Interaction on the Southern Frontiers of Early Historic China: An Archaeometallurgical Study”
Nov 20

Gautam Ghosh, Department of Humanities and Social Science, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen, “Nation and Cultivation in India”

Nov 27 Tim Rosenkranz, Department of Anthropology, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, “Imagined Commodities: The Global Business of National Destination Marketing”
Dec 4 Daivd Kwok Kwan Tsoi, Department of Anthropology, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, “The Boyfriend’s Vibe: Erotic, Emotional, and Affective Labor”
Seminars take place at 1:00-2:30 p.m. on Zoom.
ALL INTERESTED ARE WELCOME!
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