EALC Talks!


EALC Talks! is our series of afternoon talks on Fridays through which all of us can share our work with each other.  Each talk will consist of a 20-30 minute presentation, followed by questions and conversation.


Fall 2022 (Complete Schedule)

Friday, October 21, 12-1, 287 Dwinelle:

Roy Chan (Visiting Professor, UC Berkeley, Fall 2022; Associate Professor, Chinese Literature, University of Oregon)

"Inverted Propositions: Chinese Readings of Nikolai Chernyshevsky and
Questions of Totality and Transnational Bildung"


Friday, November 18, 12-1, via ZOOM: 

Jeehyun Choi
“The Unfree Coast: The Korean Coolie and Hemispheric Labor in Ju Yoseop's To Catch A Cloud 


Friday, December 2, 12-1, 287 Dwinelle: 

Fedde de Vries
“Authors Neither Alive nor Dead: Code-Switching Buddhist Scholars in the Sui & Tang” 


Friday, December 9, 12-1, 287 Dwinelle: 

Jackson Macor
“The Blade of Emptiness: Cook Ding and the Two Truths” 

 

Past EALC TALKS!

 

Spring 2022

Fall 2021

Spring 2021

Fall 2020