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Stanford-Berkeley Graduate Student Conference On Premodern Chinese Humanities

Saturday, April 12Room 107, Littlefield Center, 365 Lasuen St., Stanford (note different venue for Saturday)Session 1 9:00-9:50Presenter: Daniel Knorr (University of Chicago), “The Eye of the Storm: State andSociety at War in Mid-Nineteenth Century Jinan”Discussant: Zhijian Qiao (Stanford)Session 2 9:50-10:40Presenter: Sharon Sanderovitch (Berkeley), “The Eastern Tour and the Eastern HanPanegyric: Cui Yin’s 崔駰 ‘Dong xun song’ 東巡頌 as preserved in theKōnin 弘仁 Bunkan shirin 文館詞林.”Discussant: Mark Lewis (Stanford)Break 10:40-10:55Session 3 10:55-11:45Presenter: Evan Nicoll-Johnson (UCLA), “Order and the Eclectic: The Connotations of Za in Early Medieval Bibliographic Scholarship and Textual Compilations”Discussant: Mark Csikszentmihalyi (Berkeley)Lunch 11:45-1:15Session 4 1:15-2:05Presenter: Xin Wen (Harvard), “What’s in a ‘Surname’? Khotan and the MedievalChinese Historiography of the Other”Discussant: Albert Dien (Stanford)Session 5 2:05-2:55Presenter: Rebecca Shuang Fu (University of Pennsylvania), “Negotiating Types andDegrees of Literacy: A Study of Women’s Literacy Practices in Late MedievalChina (600–1000)”Discussant: Jidong Yang (Stanford)Break 2:55-3:10Session 6 3:10-4:00Presenter: Nina Duthie (Columbia University), “Origins and Ethnography of the TuobaXianbei in Wei shu and Earlier Historiography.”Discussant: Albert Dien (Stanford)Session 7 4:00-4:50Presenter: Timothy Clifford (University of Pennsylvania), “Book Culture, LiteratiIdentity, and the Late Ming Tales of the World Craze”Discussant: Ling Hon Lam (Berkeley)



Saturday, April 12, 2014. 08:45 AM


Littlefield Center, Room 107, 365 Lasuen St


The Confucius Institute at Stanford, Center for East Asian Studies, Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures




Free and Open to the Public. RSVP