Prof. De Weerdt will chair a roundtable discussion bringing together scholars who have worked on material and digital infrastructures from different disciplinary, theoretical, and methodological perspectives, ranging from anthropology and international relations to history and religious studies.
Dr Sunkyu Lee will present her paper titled Visualizing Others Beyond the Wall: Cartographic Ethnography and the Ming-Mongol Relation in the Early Seventeenth Century at the Annual Conference of the Association for Asian Studies in Seattle.
Professor De Weerdt will be joing a round table on global and Chinese history. She will be joined by panelists from The University of British Columbia, Duke University, Yale University, Indiana University, and The State University of New York at Farmingdale.
02/04/2023 The project 'Regionalizing Infrastructures in Chinese History' invites scholars of Chinese and European archaeology and history to participate in the international workshop 'Perspectives on the Materiality of City Walls in China and Europe'.