Here is a list of all the upcoming Speaker Series events, Luncheon Series events, and non-CAS events:

 

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Rescheduled-Info Session: CU Global Seminar: Primates of Vietnam (Ho Chi Minh City, Cat Tien, & Da Nang, Vietnam) *NEW for summer 2020! 2019.11.13

Non-CAS Event November 13 at 5 pm in C4C S435 Info Session: CU Global Seminar: Primates of Vietnam (Ho Chi Minh City, Cat Tien, & Da Nang, Vietnam) *NEW for summer 2020! Faculty Directors: Bert Covert and Jonathan O’Brien, Anthropology October 29th 5:00 pm UMC 425

Pizza and Perspectives 2019.11.14

Non-CAS Event Arabian Peninsula November 14 | Noon to 1 p.m. Attend a Pizza & Perspectives (P&P) lunchtime gathering this semester to learn more about our students from Arabian Peninsula. P&P features a panel of students sharing their perspectives on their culture, life in the U.S., and life back home. This event is free and open to the entire campus community. All of the fall 2019 Pizza & Perspective sessions...
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Charting the Outlines of a Tibetan Cartography 2019.11.15

CAS Event Tibet Himalaya Initiative Friday, November 15 at 3:30pm Guggenheim 205 Drawing upon fieldwork in western Nepal, the Tibet Autonomous Region, and the eastern Tibetan Plateau as well as historical and contemporary maps, I will argue that there is a recognizable but as yet underappreciated body of knowledge and traditions that comprise a Tibetan cartography. In addition to describing a coherent set of representational and embodied practices that were...
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CHINA Town Hall 2019.11.18

CAS Event Monday, November 18 Doors open at 3:30pm Event begins promptly at 4pm Wolf Law 207 A national discussion on the topic of the current Sino-American relationship and the impact it is having on us, on our businesses, our educational institutions, our communities, our states, our country. George Stephanopoulos will moderate this year’s webcast discussion; he will be joined by NCUSCR President Stephen Orlins, Melanie Hart , Center for...

CAS Lunch & Learn: Content Instruction using Languages other than English: CLAC in Practice 2019.11.20

CAS Event Wednesday, November 20 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. CASE Building, Room E353 Come learn about Cultures and Languages Across the Curriculum (CLAC) from the Center for Asian Studies and CU faculty members who have taught classes utilizing CLAC techniques. CLAC provides opportunities for using non-English-language materials to complement and enhance students’ learning in content classes. This event will feature brief descriptions by the faculty participants and allow plenty...
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Infrastructural urbanism and the techno-politics zone development in China 2019.11.20

Non-CAS Event Wednesday, November 20 at 3:30 Light refreshments served at 3:15 SEEC S372, CU-Boulder (East Campus), 4001 Discovery Drive with Tim Oakes, Professor of Geography, Director of Center for Asian Studies Beginning with the premise that infrastructures are both things and relations among things, this talk assumes an infrastructural analytic to explore China’s zone development in a techno-political register. Three key aspects of this ‘infrastructural analytic’ are developed here...

Summer 2020 Global Internships information session 2019.11.20

Non-CAS Event Wednesday, November 20 at 4pm C4C S350 Are you interested in earning credit through a summer Global Internship experience in Asia? Attend the Global Internships interest meeting on Wednesday, November 20th at 4:00 p.m. in C4C S350 to find out more. Pizza too!
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Book Formation and Textual Authority in Early China: The Case of a 2nd Century BCE Silk Manuscript 2019.11.21

with Kun You CAS Luncheon Series Thursday, November 21 @ 12:30PM CASE Building, room W311 Modern readers are used to encountering texts from early China in the form of compilations containing many chapters in a more or less systematic arrangement. The growing number of excavated manuscripts from the Classical Period (approx. 5th to 1st c. BCE), however, shows a very different textual culture: texts seem to have circulated in separate...

Pizza and Perspectives 2019.12.04

Non-CAS Event South East Asia December 4 11:30 a.m. to 12 :30 p.m. Attend a Pizza & Perspectives (P&P) lunchtime gathering this semester to learn more about our students from South East Asia. P&P features a panel of students sharing their perspectives on their culture, life in the U.S., and life back home. This event is free and open to the entire campus community. All of the fall 2019 Pizza...
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Body of Morality: Nakamura Fusetsu’s Chinese Subject Painting in Modern Japan 2019.12.05

with Stephanie Su CAS Luncheon Series Thursday, December 5, @ 12:30PM CASE Building W313 In 1907, Japanese artist Nakamura Fusetsu (1866-1943), who just returned from France, showed his first Chinese subject painting at the national exhibition. Titled The Grey-Haired Man, the painting depicted a scene of a young couple encountering an old man in an open field. From this time until 1941, Fusetsu showed twenty works with Chinese subjects at...

Liberalism Cannot Save Us: Multispecies Justice, Ongoing Colonialism, and Decolonization in Malaysia and South Africa 2020.02.07

CAS Event Friday, February 7 at 4pm Hale 230 This is a research lecture by a leading scholar of decolonization and multispecies research in Asia.