December 01, 2010
East Asian Workshop in Gender and Society - Fall Semester Graduate Student Workshop
THE EAST ASIAN WORKSHOP IN GENDER AND SOCIETY PRESENTS:
FALL SEMESTER GRADUATE STUDENT WORKSHOP
It is a tradition for EAWGS to provide opportunities to graduate students to present papers they're working on, receive feedback from a moderator and peers, and get maybe new perspectives on their material.
When? TUESDAY 7 DECEMBER, 5PM-6:30PM
Where? WEILL HALL, at the corner of State and Hill
(5TH FLOOR CONFERENCE ROOM)
JAYMIN KIM (HISTORY): Law and Subjecthood in Qing
BRANDON SOLOSKI (CCS/FORD): Labor Issues in Contemporary China
Dr. Nico Howson (Law) and Sarah M. Brooks (CCS/Ford) will serve as discussants.
*****Light teatime refreshments will be served*****
For additional questions, please email Sarah M. Brooks at samcb(at)umich(dot)edu
Posted by zzhu at 02:37 PM
September 23, 2008
First Mtg. w/Ai Xiaoming & Wang Zheng
Professor Ai Xiaoming (Zhongshan University of China) and
Professor Wang Zheng (University of Michigan) will give a talk based on their 9/19 & 9/20 presentations at Columbia University:
"What is feminist politics now? Local and Global"
Date: September 29, Monday
Time: 6:30-8:00 pm
Place: 1014 Tisch Hall
A light dinner will be served.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you plan on attending.
We want to make sure there is enough food and drink for everyone.
Professor Ai Xiaoming is a panelist at the session "Geneologies of feminist politics," and Professor Wang Zhen is part of the "World Leaders Forum" which will discuss feminism and liberalism.
The works of these two feminist scholars and teachers are well-known in both China and the U.S. We are fortunate to have both of them talk to us. Those who are familiar with the IRWG Global Feminism Project certainly know how much influence their work has had on young feminists in China.
Posted by moyera at 01:46 PM