Graduate school lectures archives

Find here, the lectures which took place within the framework of the graduate school program launched in 2021-2022.

Lectures 2021-2022

15/10

Erik HARMS

Yale University

Speculation speculation: Everyday views of Property Investors, Urban Planning, and Developers in Ho Chi Minh City (by ZOOM)

12/11

Christina SCHWENKEL

U. of California, Irvine

Unplanned Obsolescence: On the Future of Utopias Past (by ZOOM)

10/12

Sheldon GARON

Princeton University

Five Things You’d Want to Know in Explaining Japan’s Surrender in 1945

28/01

Eric FLORENCE

U. de Liège

Playing with visibility and the politics of recognition in authoritarian context. The case of workers’ grassroots collective in China.

11/02

Seung Yung KIM

Kansai Gaigo U.

From Entente to Estrangement: Japanese-French Diplomacy from 1905 to 1933

11/03

NI Zhange

Virginia Tech.

Posthumanism and the Internet-based Popular Novels in Postsocialist China

01/04

Barbara WALL

U. of Copenhaguen

A graphical approach to the story universe of The Journey to the West 

Conference cancelled and rescheduled

13/05

Antii LEPPÄNEN

University of Turku

Approaching neighborhoods and marketplaces ethnographically: an anthropologist with Korean shopkeepers.

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