A China and the World Workshop: Myths, Machines, and Modernity - A Two-Part Presentation Followed by Discussion. By Jeffrey Wasserstrom and Tom Mullaney

Department: Humanities Collective

Date and Time: May 3, 2012 | 4:00 PM-6:00 PM

Event Location: Krieger Hall 126

Event Details


Event Details

Act One: Jeffrey Wasserstrom’s “Remembering, Forgetting, and Imagining the
Boxer Crisis of 1899-1901”

Act Two: Thomas Mullaney’s “The Global History of the Chinese Typewriter”

A public event sponsored by the UCI Humanities Collective, the UCI History
Department, and the UC System’s World History MRU

Jeffrey Wasserstrom is the author, most recently of China in the 21st Century: What
Everyone Needs to Know (OUP 2010), Editor of the Journal of Asian Studies, and
Chair of the UCI History Department.

Thomas Mullaney is the author of Coming to Terms with the Nation: Ethnic
Classification in Modern China (UC Press 2010), Winner of the Best First Book
Award of the Pacific Coast Branch of the AHA, and an Assistant Professor at
Stanford University.

(Dr. Mullaney’s visit to Southern California is made possible in part by support from
the Bowers Museum and the Huntington Library, where he will also be speaking
while in the area.)

For information and further details, email jwassers@uci.edu.

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