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Human and Machine Translation: Cognitive, Linguistic, and Philosophical Perspectives 2019.02.04

Non-CAS Event Monday, February 4, 3:15-5:00 HLMS 199 Yuri Balashov (Professor, University of Georgia) Abstract: This is an HPS-style outline of a new interdisciplinary project at the interface of philosophy of language, linguistics, and artificial intelligence. I aim to explore the complicated relationship between human and machine translation. The project includes: (i) a theoretical part focused on the representation of linguistic meaning in various human, machine, and hybrid human-machine translation...
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Stephanie Su: Color of Modernity: Red in Meiji Japanese Prints 2019.02.06

Non-CAS Event Wednesday, February 6, 12:00-1:00PM Denver Art Museum Sharp Auditorium, Hamilton Building Free for AAA members and students with valid ID, $10 DAM volunteers, $15 DAM members, $20 Non-members RSVP information forthcoming In the late nineteenth century, red was used extensively in Japanese prints, earning it the appellation “color of the age.” The sensational visual effects, featuring bright, saturated colors, marked a strikingly different aesthetic from earlier prints. Those...
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The Anti-China Movement in Vietnam and the Contemporary Viet-Sino Relations 2019.02.06

Non-CAS Event Wednesday, February 6 at 12pm SIE Complex - 5th Floor - Maglione Hall Center for China-US Cooperation Josef Korbel School of International Studies University of Denver 2201 S. Gaylord St. Denver, CO 80208-0500 We hope you will join us on Wednesday February 6th for this event with Dr. Chiung-Chiu Huang. This event is free and open to the public. For more information and to register please visit: https://www.du.edu/korbel/china/events/forums.html

Continuing the Conversation on Cultural Appropriation and Appreciation Workshop 2019.02.27

Non-CAS Event Wednesday, February 27 at 5:15pm The Dairy Center for the Arts 2590 Walnut St., Boulder Join Ashmi Desai, PhD, of CU Dialogues, CU Engage and the CU Boulder School of Education to learn new ways to respectfully engage across difference. Desai will skillfully guide participants in conversation about real life examples related to cultural appropriation and appreciation that are not easily answered. Leave with a set of tools...
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LOGAN LECTURE (Contemporary Alliance event) Tenzing Rigdol 2019.02.28

Non-CAS Event Thursday, February 28, 6:00 PM, reception to follow Denver Art Museum Sharp Auditorium, Hamilton Building Tickets $10 for AAA members, free for Contemporary Alliance members and students, $20 for the public. RSVP online or call 720.913.0130 Tenzing Rigdol was the first contemporary Tibetan artist to be collected by the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Rigdol's large series of Buddhas will be the centerpiece of Rigdol's first solo exhibition in...

DEVELOPMENT AND UNDERDEVELOPMENT IN THE GLOBAL SOUTH: HISTORIES, FORMS, ALTERNATIVES 2019.04.05

Non-CAS Event APRIL 5, 2019, 10 A.M. - 5 P.M. CENTER FOR BRITISH AND IRISH STUDIES (NORLIN M549) 9:30-10:00 Light breakfast refreshments 10:00-11:00 Duncan Yoon, Assistant Professor, Gallatin School, New York University: “Africa, China, and the Global South Novel: In Koli Jean Bofane’s Congo, Inc.” Respondent: Robert Wyrod, Assistant Professor of Women and Gender Studies 11:00-12:00 Melanie Yazzie, Assistant Professor of Native American and American Studies, University of New Mexico:...

CURATOR'S CIRCLE Pei-Chin Yu: Emperor Qianlong’s Collection and Connoisseurship of Ancient Chinese Ceramics 2019.04.09

Non-CAS Event Tuesday, April 9, 6:30 PM, reception to follow Denver Art Museum Sharp Auditorium, Hamilton Building Free to all audiences, RSVP info forthcoming Emperor Qianlong (1711-1799) of the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) was an exceptional emperor in Chinese history. He enjoyed the longest lifespan among all Chinese emperors, proclaiming himself as the “Old Man with All Completions.” More importantly, he was also extremely passionate about collecting antiquities and arts. He...

Bilha Moor: East Asian Symbols in Islamic Painting 2019.05.15

Non-CAS Event Wednesday, May 15, 12:00 PM Denver Art Museum Sharp Auditorium, Hamilton Building Tickets are free for AAA members, $5 for students, teachers and docents, $7 for DAM members, $10 for the public. RSVP info forthcoming East Asian symbols are found in Islamic art and architecture since the ‘Abbasid period (9th century CE), but has their meaning migrated with them? First, the talk presents an overview of the reception...