Oyuna

A History of the Communist Purge Against Buddhism in Mongolia 2019.10.02

with Oyungerel Tsedevdamba and Jeffrey L. Falt CAS Event Wednesday, October 2 @ 5PM Eaton Humanities 250 Meet Oyungerel Tsedevdamba, well-known in Mongolia as a social change-maker, former Member of the Mongolian Parliament, ex Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism, author of bestselling novels and multiple non-fiction books, a human rights and women’s empowerment activist, and democracy advocate. Oyungerel grew up with her herder family in the Hogsvol countryside. She,...
whats next

Trump and Kim Jong Un: What Next? 2019.10.10

CAS Event Thursday, October 10 at 5PM Eaton Humanities 150 Ambassador Joseph Yun is senior advisor to the Asia Program at USIP and Global Affairs Analyst for CNN. As former US Special Representative for North Korea Policy, he is recognized as one of the nation’s leading experts on relations with North Korea, as well as on broader US-East Asian policy. His 33-year diplomatic career has been marked by his commitment...
HK

Hong Kong on the Brink 2019.10.23

with Jeffrey Wasserstrom CAS Event Wednesday, October 23 at 5:00PM HALE 270 This talk will focus on patterns of protest and the tightening of political controls in Hong Kong. It will pay close attention to the 2014 Umbrella Movement but focus even more on the dramatic events of this year, including the candlelight vigil held on the 30th anniversary of the June 4th Massacre, Jeff Wasserstrom has been visiting Hong...
railroad

Immigrant Workers, Roads, and Nation Building: Legacies of the Transcontinental Railroad on its 150th 2019.10.30

CAS Event Wednesday, October 30, 1PM to 6:30PM British and Irish Studies Room, Norlin Library Please Register Below In commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the completion of the Transcontinental Railroad, the Center of the American West, the Center for Asian Studies, CU Art and Art History, and the CU History Department are hosting a conference exploring the issues of labor and transportation in the creation of the railroad. Schedule...
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Dare Dara disturb the Universe?: Dara Shikoh’s translations as ‘trance-lessons’ 2019.11.01

CAS Event Friday, November 1 at 3pm Eaton Humanities 1B80 It all stems from one, Or as mad Sarmad says, From none. Some with their verse, Dare disturb the universe. Dara Shikoh, the Mughal poet-prince, comes to limelight at intermittent intervals. This time it is because Dalhousie Road in Delhi has been renamed as Dara Shikoh Road; and also because Audrey Trusche has written a book titled Aurangzeb: The Man...
CTH

China Town Hall 2019.11.18

CAS Event Monday, November 18 Doors open at 3:30pm Event begins promptly at 4pm Wolf Law 204 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 and two to three other...