Cornell University

The 1st East Asia Graduate Colloquium

Thursday, April 21, 2016 at 6:00pm to 7:15pm

Rockefeller Hall, 374 (Asian Studies Lounge)

Cornell EAP-GSSC is pleased to announce the 1st East Asia Graduate Colloquium, to be held in Tuesday and Thursday evenings during Spring 2016 semester. We hope to provide graduate students who are working on East Asia area with an opportunity for professional experience and a chance to receive feedback from faculty members and students who are working on the same area.

For Spring 2016 semester, we are happy to have five presenters from four different departments across the humanities and social sciences. Below is the list of our presenters:

February 25th

Capitalism as Aesthetic in Contemporary Japanese Music

Jillian Marshall Ph.D. Candidate (Musicology)

March 24th

Woman or Mother? – Feminist Struggles for Birth Control and over the Meaning of Motherhood

Sujin Lee Ph.D. Candidate (History)

April 5th

Bond Issues: Political Embeddedness and Financing Capacities of China's Large Corporations

Ningzi Li Ph.D. Candidate (Sociology)

April 7th

Regional Variation in Earnings Inequality in Urban China Revisited: Two Decades after the Debate

Yuanyuan Liu Ph.D. Student (Sociology)

April 21st

A Therapeutic for a New Millennium: The Birth Control Pill as “Medicine” in Contemporary Japan

Shoan Yin Cheung Ph.D. Candidate (Science and Technology Studies)


*Light dinner will be served*

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