Topic : Pandemic, Migrant Genocide, and Indigenous Liberation: Case studies from the US-Mexico border and Latin America
Speaker: Prof. Camilo Perez-Bustillo (Visiting Professor, College of Law, Dept. of Psychology, and Institute of Advanced Studies in the Humanities and Social Sciences, National Taiwan Univ.; Fellow, Center for Advanced Study in Behavioral Sciences, Stanford Univ.; Affiliated Researcher, Global Research Programme in Inequality, Univ. of Bergen (Norway); Institute for the Geography of Peace (Mexico))
Date: May 10 (Mon.), 2021, 15:30 p.m.–17:30 p.m.
Venue: Room 701, Research Building, IHP
Organizer: History of Health and Healing Research Center, IHP
Note: Discussion will be conducted in English. Participants are not required to register in advance.
※In line with the pandemic prevention policy: (1). Attendees are required to wear a face mask during the event; (2). Body temperatures will be measured; (3). Hands should be sanitized; (4). People not affiliated with Sinica should fill out a health record form; and (5). Crisscross seating will be implemented.
Mapping, and then, Imaging the Qing Empire
SpeakerEdward L. Shaughnessy
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