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Logan Lecture: Xiaoze Xie 2017.11.29

Non-CAS Event Wednesday, November 29, 2017, 6-7pm Sharp Auditorium, Hamilton Building - Lower Level, Denver Art Museum 100 W 14th Ave Pkwy, Denver, CO 80204 Born in Guangdong at the beginning of the Chinese Cultural Revolution in 1966, Xiaoze Xie's work has remained deeply affected by the loss of tradition, culture, and learning since moving to the US in 1992. His most recent series traces the practice of banning books...

Panel Event: Walk in U.S. and Talk on Japan 2017.12.01

Non-CAS Event Friday, December 1, 2017, 2-4 p.m. The Terrace Room, 1380 Lawrence St., 2nd Flr University of Colorado, Denver At this panel event, you will be able to hear from: a retired lieutenant general, a self-made entrepreneur, a university student, and a wife of a major general. They will share with you: - military situation, especially in relation to North Korea - recruitment system for university students in Japan...

Technology and Culture Change Along the Proto Silk Road with Dr. Rowan K. Flad 2017.12.15

Non-CAS Event Friday, December 15, 2017, 6:30 p.m. Sharp Auditorium, Hamilton Building, Denver Art Museum 100 W 14th Ave Pkwy, Denver, CO 80204 Dr. Rowan Flad, John E. Hudson Professor of Archaeology, Harvard University, shares the findings of his work in Gansu, China on the Tao River Archaeological Project (TRAP), 2012-2017. Tracing the nature of technology and technological change migrating along the routes of the proto Silk Roads, and the...

Barbarian Tropes Framed Anew: Three Qing-dynasty Chinese Lacquer Screens of Europeans Hunting with Tamara Bentley 2018.01.17

Non-CAS Event Wednesday, January 17, 2018, 12 p.m. Congdon Board Room, Hamilton Building - Lower Level, Denver Art Museum Professor Bentley’s talk examines three Chinese incised lacquer folding screens produced between 1665 and 1800. All three screens include segments depicting Europeans hunting exotic animals and parading with gifts; two screens specifically indicate that the Europeans are Dutch. Analysis highlights the ways in which these Chinese screens borrowed “foreigner” imagery from...