|Sep 23||李維怡 、蕭朗宜和張詠儀, 影行者 ‚ “在禮物經濟的思考中：藝術、人類學和基層社會運動（三個人類學學生的分享）.” (廣東話主講) (details)|
|Sep 30||Deby BABIS, Truman Institute, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, “The Role of Beauty Contests in the Filipino Community in Israel.” (details)|
|Oct 7||Mark STEVENSON, The Chinese University of Hong Kong,“Zones, Landmarks and Spatialized Conflict in a NE Tibetan Town.” (details)|
|Pardis MAHDAVI, Pomona College,“Children of the Emir: Citizenship, Family, and Migration in the Gulf.” (details)|
|Oct 28||Wenyi ZHANG, SUN Yat-sen University, “When Subjectivity is Contingent on Ethics: Cross-Border Marriage, Population Control Policy, and Ethical Christianity in Southwest China.” Co-sponsored with Center for Chinese Studies. (Cancelled)|
|Nov 4||Justin MURGAI, Christian Action, “‘No More Refugees’: Mapping the Shift in Hong Kong’s Human Rights Discourse 2015-16.” (details)|
|Nov 11||Saskia SCHÄFER, Freie Universität Berlin, “Watching Our Tongues: Scholarship on Islam In Southeast Asia in the Digital Age.” (details)|
|Nov 18||Sita VENKATESWAR, Massey University, New Zealand, “Making Millets Matter: Food Resilience in Contemporary India.” (Cancelled)|
|Nov 25||Tom MCDONALID, The University of Hong Kong, “Mobile Money and Migration in Shenzhen.” (details)|
|Dec 2||Isaac GAGNE, The University of Hong Kong, “The Price of Belief: Money, Effort, and Reciprocity in Japanese New Religions.” (details)|
|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!