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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
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
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
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”
Meeting ID: 926 5155 1623
Passcode: 169158
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”
Meeting ID: 950 9664 7583
Passcode: 398856
Nov 20 Gautam Ghosh, Department of Humanities and Social Science, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen, “Nation and Cultivation in India”
Meeting ID: 923 3127 5794
Passcode: 030061
Nov 27 Tim Rosenkranz, Department of Anthropology, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, “Imagined Commodities: The Global Business of National Destination Marketing”
Meeting ID: 983 9476 5836
Passcode: 226351
Dec 4 David Kwok Kwan Tsoi, Department of Anthropology, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, “The Boyfriend’s Vibe: Erotic, Emotional, and Affective Labor”
Meeting ID: 982 1639 9170
Passcode: 642795
Seminars take place at 1:00-2:30 p.m. on Zoom.
ALL INTERESTED ARE WELCOME!
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