The Public Performance of Justice: The Transcultural Career of an Early Chinese Political Installation Across Eurasia
Wed, Feb 20, 2019, 4:30 pm
LOCATION: 202 Jones
SPEAKER(S): Rudolf G. Wagner (Heidelberg University)
At noon on February 20, there will be a departmental colloquium seminar in Jones 202 at which Jacqueline Stone (Department of Religion) will speak.
At noon on February 13, there will be a departmental colloquium seminar in Jones 202 at which Amy Borovoy (Department of East Asian Studies) will speak.
At noon on February 6, there will be a departmental colloquium seminar in Jones 202 at which Federico Marcon (Department of East Asian Studies) will speak.
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