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Tepper Lecture Series: Stalin's Master Narrative
Thursday, September 19
5pm
Tucker Hall, 127A

David Brandenberger (Professor of History, University of Richmond) reveals for the first time the enormous role that Stalin played in the "Master Narrative" of the USSR between 1938 and 1956.

The Fail-Forward Logic of Settler Colonialism: Statehood and Hawai’i
Friday, September 20
12pm - 1pm
Morton Hall, Room 321

 Dean Itsuji Saranillio , Associate Professor of Social & Cultural Analysis at New York University will give a talk titled: "The Fail-Forward Logic of Settler Colonialism: Statehood and Hawai’i"

    Smoke and Mirrors: The Politics of Racecraft
    Monday, September 23
    7pm
    Alan B. Miller Hall (Business School), Brinkley Commons

     Dr. Karen Fields and Dr. Barbara Fields, authors of Racecraft: The Soul of Inequality in American Life, to hold an insightful presentation and conversation on moving forward together. This program is apart of the 400th Anniversary Commemoration.

    Chinese Flute Solo Concert
    Friday, September 27
    7:30pm - 8:30pm
    Ewell Hall, Recital Hall

    Experience the captivating sound of the Chinese Flute as performed by Jie Hou in Ewell Hall on September 27th, 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm!

    Guest lecture: "Imperial Cities as Capitals of Buddhist Empires" By Professor Dorothy Wong
    Thursday, October 3
    4pm - 5:30pm
    James Blair Hall, Room 223

    The period ca. 645–770 marked an extraordinary era in the development of East Asian Buddhism and Buddhist art.

      Decolonizing Humanities Project Presents: Ann Stoler: Colonial Disorders: A Planetary Reflection
      Thursday, October 3
      5pm - 7pm
      Blow Memorial Hall, Room 332

      Ann Stoler (Willy Brandt Distinguished Professor and Director of the Institute for Critical Social Inquiry at the New School) presents the ways in which knowledge production prevents us from grappling with the radicalized afterlives of colonialism.


       

        Info Session: AMES-APIA Freeman Intern Fellowships in Asia Program
        Friday, October 4
        2:15pm - 4:30pm
        Blow Memorial Hall, Room 201

        The current Freeman Intern Fellows returning from Asia present about their host organizations, locations, and the application process for the 2020 Freeman Intern Fellowships competition.

        Sichuan Folk Cultures Gala
        Friday, October 4
        7:30pm - 8:30pm
        Sadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium
        Sylvia Chong: Fifty Shades of Yellow: Fetishizing Culture and Race in Crazy Rich Asians
        Tuesday, October 8
        5pm - 7pm
        Blow Memorial Hall, Room 332

        Sylvia Chong (English and Asian American Studies at UVA and Director of the Asian American Studies Program) will present material from her newest project, "Fifty Shades of Yellow: Fetishizing Culture and Transnationalizing Race in Crazy Rich Asians"

          Chinese Cooking Class
          Thursday, October 10 - Thursday, October 31
          11am - 1pm
          Baptist Collegiate Ministry, 244 S. Boundary Street, Williamsburg, VA
            Dr. Frank Cha's "Community Matters: Grassroots Activism & Vietnamese Americans in the US Gulf South"
            Friday, October 18
            12pm - 1pm
            Morton Hall, Room 314

            Dr. Frank Cha received his Ph.D. in American Studies from William & Mary. This talk traces the emergence of Vietnamese American communities in Louisiana and Mississippi and their growing wave of social and environmental activism.

            Chinese Classical Philosophy Seminar
            Monday, October 21 - Wednesday, November 13
            5:10pm - 6:10pm
            TBD
              Chinese Hulusi
              Monday, October 21 - Wednesday, November 13
              5:10pm - 6:10pm
              Rowe House
                Chinese Level 2
                Monday, October 21 - Wednesday, November 13
                5:10pm - 6:10pm
                Rowe House