The CU Boulder Asian Studies Graduate Association (CUBASGA) ONLINE MEETING 2022
To receive the Zoom link for the conference, you must register for the conference at the following link:
Sessions will be held on February 19th, 9:15–17:20 & 20th, 9:30–17:00 (Mountain Standard Time)
Please note that for the parallel sessions, A panels will be hosted in the main room, and B panels will be in a breakout room, which you can join and quit anytime by clicking the “breakout rooms”/ “leave room” button. Please be reminded to update your Zoom in order to access the breakout rooms freely without having to be assigned by the host.
We will also use Gather Town during lunch breaks as a platform to create a virtual social space for us to communicate with each other. The link and a brief introduction to Gather Town will be delivered at the beginning of the conference.
Saturday, February 19th, 15:50–17:20 (MST)
Prof. Lucas Bender (Assistant Professor of Chinese Literature and Thought, Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures, Yale University)
Title: Why the Mid-Tang Poet-Monks (Shiseng 詩僧) Chose Shi 詩-Poetry
Sunday, February 20th, 15:30–17:00 (MST)
Prof. Fabio Rambelli (Professor of Religious Studies & East Asian Cultures, UC Santa Barbara) Title: Music, the Sacred, and Healing: The Gagaku Piece Sokō and a Different Look at the Intellectual Systems of Premodern Japan