Panels at AAS Chicago

Panels at AAS Chicago

MSG Members and/or Panels of Interest at the 2015 AAS meeting in Chicago

This is a list (arranged alphabetically) we have drafted to help those with an interest in Manchu studies locate related panels at AAS. Apologies if we’ve missed anything!

Friday, March 27

Pär Cassel, University of Michigan, “The Failure of a Concept: The Use and Abuse of

Sovereignty in Chinese History,” Fri, March 27, 3:15 to 5:15pm, Chicago Sheraton Hotel &

Towers, Level 2, Superior A.

 

Devin Fitzgerald, Harvard University, “Revolution Revisited: The Ming-Qing Transition in

Global Histories,” Fri, March 27, 3:15 to 5:15pm, Chicago Sheraton Hotel & Towers, Level 2,

Superior A.

 

Carla Nappi, University of British Columbia, Chair in roundtable discussion “50 Years of Qing

Studies: A Conversation with Past and Current Editors of ‘Late Imperial China’- Sponsored by

The Society for Qing Studies,” Fri, March 27, 10:45am to 12:45pm, Chicago Sheraton Hotel &

Towers, Level 4, Sheraton Ballroom V.

 

Max Oidtmann, Georgetown University, “The “Warring States” of Amdo: Qing Jurispractice and

the Creation of the “Tibetan World,” 1772-1911,” Fri, March 27, 3:15 to 5:15pm, Chicago

Sheraton Hotel & Towers, Level 4, Sheraton Ballroom III.

 

Saturday, March 28

Elif Akçetin, University of Illinois at Chicago, “Producing Knowledge about Bannermen in Song

Yun’s Records of Tales by One Hundred Twenty Elders (1790),” Sat, March 28, 10:45am to

12:45pm, Chicago Sheraton Hotel & Towers, Level 2, Colorado.

 

Pamela Crossley, Discussant of panel “The Coastal and the Continental: Qing Frontiers and

Foreign Relations in Modern China – Sponsored by Historical Society for Twentieth Century

China (HSTCC),” Sat, March 28, 2:45 to 4:45pm, Chicago Sheraton Hotel & Towers, Level 4,

Sheraton Ballroom II.

 

Mark C. Elliott, Chair and Discussant of panel “Frontier Politics in Transnational Asia,” Sat,

March 28, 5:00 to 7:00pm, Chicago Sheraton Hotel & Towers, Level 2, Arkansas.

 

Kwangmin Kim, University of Colorado, “The Indigenous Christianity Movement in the Sino-

Korean Borderlands during the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries,” Sat, March 28,

10:45am to 12:45pm, Chicago Sheraton Hotel & Towers, Level 2, Colorado.

 

Benjamin S. Levey, University of Michigan, Dearborn, “Secret Agent Burud: Espionage, the

Jungar Legacy, and China’s Eighteenth-Century Foreign Relations,” Sat, March 28, 2:45 to

4:45pm, Chicago Sheraton Hotel & Towers, Level 4, Sheraton Ballroom II.

 

Matthew W. Mosca, College of William & Mary, “Bannermen and Lamas in the Qing Tibetan

School,” Sat, March 28, 8:30 to 10:30am, Chicago Sheraton Hotel & Towers, Lobby, Level 3,

Parlor C.

 

Peter Perdue, Discussant of panel “Chinese Borderlands: Violence, Ethnicity, and Religion at the

Edges of the Qing Empire,” Sat, March 28, 10:45am to 12:45pm, Chicago Sheraton Hotel &

Towers, Level 2, Colorado.


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