CFP: Manchu in Global History

CFP: Manchu in Global History

Manchu in Global History: A Research Language for Qing Historians Keynote Lecture: Prof. Mark Elliott (Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations and Department of History, Harvard University) As an ‘ethnic minority’ with origins in the semi-nomadic civilisations of northeast Asia (Manchuria), the Manchus successfully ruled Han-dominated China and extended the territory of the “Great Qing” (1636/1644-1912) far into Inner Asia, including Mongolia, Tibet, and East Turkestan (Xinjiang). Thereby, they created a wide corridor,...

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Annual Meeting

Annual Meeting

MSG hopes that those of you attending AAS in Toronto will join us for our annual meeting. Although this is mostly a meeting where we cover the business of our organization, it’s a wonderful place to connect with other scholars interested in all aspects of Manchu studies. There meeting will be: Saturday March 18, 1-2.30 pm, Huron, 2nd Floor.   See you there!  

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