Events August 2017

17
Aug
2017

Law, space, and time - workshop

Mariana Valverde, Margaret Davies, Fleur Johns, Desmond Manderson
Rethink the relationship between law, space, and time and analyse law as a phenomenon that interacts and intersects with a multiplicity of spatiotemporalities.
17
Aug
2017

Internal variation in Samoan and language diversification across the South Pacific

Hedvig Skirgard

This presentation is my Mid Term Review (MTR) for my PhD project on language diversification and variation in Samoan.

17
Aug
2017

Japan's Security Renaissance: New Directions in Regional and US-Japan Relations

Professor Andrew L. Oros

For decades after World War II, Japan chose to focus on soft power and economic diplomacy alongside a close alliance with the United States, eschewing a potential leadership role in regional and global security.

17
Aug
2017

Interactions between Kantian and Non-Kantian agents in games of contributions to public goods

Ngo Van Long, McGill University.

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Ngo Van Long, McGill University.

17
Aug
2017

Renaissance Cultures as Counter-Revolutionary Weapons: Ceremonial Music in Taiwan’s Chinese Cultural Renaissance Movement

Tsai Tsan-Huang
Using interviews, recordings and official documents, this paper will examine the formulation of ceremonial music for state and communal rituals — specifically the reconstructed Confucian ceremony and “wedding ceremony,” — to contextualize how the KMT adopted certain music and rites, and trace the impact on contemporary Taiwan.
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