The Asia Working Group (AWG) is the Liu Institute’s principal forum for intellectual exchange and discussion about Asia and Asian Studies. The AWG brings together scholars and students of Asia across all disciplines at the University and beyond.
The Asia Working Group is a series cosponsored with the Kellogg Institute.
All meetings take place on Thursday at 3:15pm in the Hesburgh Center unless otherwise noted.
September 15 in C102
Georges Enderle (Mendoza Business College) — The Sixth World Congress of Business and Economics Ethics in Shanghai: The visible and the invisible story. A brief introduction of the JET program will precede the talk.
September 29 in C103
Hye-jin Juhn (Hesburgh Libraries) — Collecting East Asia at the Hesburgh Libraries: the Past, the Present, and the Future
October 6 in C104/105
Simone O’Malley-Sutton (University College Cork, IE) — Contested Commemorations: Nationalism and the Irish 1916 Easter Rising as portrayed in the Chinese May Fourth magazine 新青年 (New Youth).
October 13 in C104/105
Mun’im Sirry (Theology)
October 27 in C104/105
Liu Fellows Discussion — Asia in the Keough School curriculum
November 3 in the Hesburgh Auditorium
Angela Reed, RSM — Listening to Trafficked Women’s Voices (Post-event discussion)
November 10 in C103
Elisabeth Köll (History) — How to think about Transportation and Communication Networks in China across the 1949 Divide
November 17 in C103
Nan Da (English)
December 8 in C103 4 PM start
David Shambaugh (George Washington) This talk is part of the Kellogg Lecture Series