Events May 2017

04
May
2017

Optimal structure and dissolution of partnerships

Simon Loertscher, University of Melbourne.

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Simon Loertscher, University of Melbourne.

Afternoon tea available.

04
May
2017

A Splendid Party: Zhou Lianggong (1612–1672) and His Friends in Literary Nanjing, 1669

Zhu Yayun
Qing official and art patron Zhou Lianggong 周亮工 (1612–1672) held a party for twenty Nanjing-affiliated painters and poets on a fine winter’s day in 1669. This party allows us to observe cultural life twenty-five years after the Ming-Qing dynastic transition. Despite Nanjing’s political significance as a former Ming capital, it was literary sociability, not political contestation, that dominated the social life of Nanjing’s artists and literati members in the late seventeenth century.
04
May
2017

New Worlds from Below Book Launch

Dr peter Van Ness

Amidst a landscape of political disenchantment, ordinary people in East Asia are finding new ways to take control of their own lives, respond to threats to their physical and cultural survival, and build better futures.

04
May
2017

US strategy in Asia and countering Chinese maritime coercion

Ambassador David Shear, former Assistant Secretary of Defense for Asian and Pacific Security Affairs, US Department of Defense; and Dr Zack Cooper, Senior Fellow for Asian Security, Center for Strategic and International Studies.

Recent events, such as tensions with North Korea and Vice-President Pence’s visit to the region, confirm that that United States has not forgotten about Asia.

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