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Archived Events:   AY2012-2013 , AY2011-2012 , AY2010-2011

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Monday,
May 20, 2013

Class presentation

Okinawan Performing Arts, presentation by Kariyushi Kai

Okinawan Performing Arts, presentation by Kariyushi Kai
2:15 pm – 3:30 pm

Kariyushi Kai

Knight Building, Room 102,
521 Memorial Way, Stanford, CA 94305

Friday,
May 03, 2013

Special Event

Symposium: Grammatical Instruction in Culturally Appropriate CFL Teaching

Symposium: Grammatical Instruction in Culturally Appropriate CFL Teaching
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm


Thursday,
February 21, 2013

Public lecture

Imaging Confucian Democracy:  Institutional Challenges

Imaging Confucian Democracy: Institutional Challenges
04:15 am – 5:30 pm

Tu Weiming (lecture in video)
Lifetime Professor in Philosophy and Director of the Institute for Advanced humanistic Studies at Peking University and Senior Fellow of the Asia Center at Harvard University

Prof. Francis Fukuyama
Olivier Nomellini Senior Fellow

Knight Building, Room 102,
521 Memorial Way, Stanford, CA 94305

Wednesday,
February 20, 2013

Public lecture

Confucius as an Intellectual Resource for Civil Society in China

Confucius as an Intellectual Resource for Civil Society in China
4:15 pm – 5:30 pm

Tu Weiming (lecture in video)
Lifetime Professor in Philosophy and Director of the Institute for Advanced humanistic Studies at Peking University and Senior Fellow of the Asia Center at Harvard University

Knight Building, Room 102,
521 Memorial Way, Stanford, CA 94305

Tuesday,
February 19, 2013

Public lecture

Confucian Perspectives on Democracy

Confucian Perspectives on Democracy
4:15 pm – 5:30 pm

Tu Weiming (lecture in video)
Lifetime Professor in Philosophy and Director of the Institute for Advanced humanistic Studies at Peking University and Senior Fellow of the Asia Center at Harvard University

Knight Building, Room 102,
521 Memorial Way, Stanford, CA 94305

Saturday,
February 09, 2013

Chinese New Year Concert

Stanford Pan-Asian Music Festival: China National Orchestra - Chinese New Year Concert

Stanford Pan-Asian Music Festival: China National Orchestra - Chinese New Year Concert
8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

The renowned China National Orchestra

Saturday,
February 09, 2013

Panel Discussion

Stanford Pan-Asian Music Festival: Panel Discussion and Demonstration - Chinese Music, Arts, and Performance: The Revival of Chinese Culture

Stanford Pan-Asian Music Festival: Panel Discussion and Demonstration - Chinese Music, Arts, and Performance: The Revival of Chinese Culture
11:00 am – 1:30 pm

Chao Fen Sun
Chair: opening remarks

Sheila Melvin
The Road to Revival: China s Quest to Become a Cultural Superpower, followed by a short musical demonstration.

Barbara Mittler
Wagner goes East (and back again): Opera between Europe and China, followed by a short musical demonstration.

Haiyan Lee
Mao s Two Bodies: On the Curious (political) Art of Impersonating the Great Helmsman, followed by a short musical demonstration.

Ban Wang
The International Face of National Culture: Peking Opera and Ballet.

Thursday,
November 08, 2012

Silkroad Lecture Series

The Origin Myth of Xianbei:  The Significance of the Gaxiandong Cave

The Origin Myth of Xianbei: The Significance of the Gaxiandong Cave
7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Albert Dien
Professor Emeritus

Knight Building, Room 102,
521 Memorial Way, Stanford, CA 94305

Wednesday,
October 24, 2012

Special Event

Becoming Modern Women:  Love and Female Identity in Prewar Japanese Literature and Culture

Becoming Modern Women: Love and Female Identity in Prewar Japanese Literature and Culture
4:30 pm – 6:30 pm

Michiko Suzuki
Associate Professor

Knight Building, Room 201,
521 Memorial Way, Stanford, CA 94305

Monday,
October 15, 2012

Special Event

A delegation from China

A delegation from China
1:00 pm – 2:30 pm

Dr. Ji Baocheng,纪宝成
former President of Renmin University of China

Knight Building, Room 102,
521 Memorial Way, Stanford, CA 94305

Wednesday,
June 06, 2012

Special Event

First Annual East Asian Studies Symposium

First Annual East Asian Studies Symposium
3:00 pm – 6:30 pm

Wakako Suzuki
The Boundaries between Translation, Adaptation and Re-creation: Examining Originality in Oshikawa Shunro's Bizarre Adventure Story

Tingting Zhao
Post-Revolution: Silent Peasant in Yu Hua˙s novel To Live