Speaker: Fa-ti Fan (Professor, Department of History, Binghamton University State University of New York)
Topic: Technology in Modern China: A Conceptual History
Discussants: Hsien-chun Wang (Associate Professor, Institute of History, National Tsinghua University)
Date: August 8 (Mon.), 2022, 15:00–17:00
Venue: Room 704, Research Building, IHP (will also be held online)
Organizers: Ripples: Western Learning in the Shaping of Chinese Thought, 1600-1800, IHP
Co-organizer: East Asian Science, Technology and Society: An International Journal (EASTS), International College of Innovation, National Chengchi University
(1) Due to COVID-19 control measures, the number of allowed attendees will be limited. Registration is required prior to the date of the event. Once the limit of registered attendees has been reached, the registration form will be closed. The link will be emailed to attendees on August 5.
Registration deadline: August 4.
Register by scanning the QR Code or via the link: https://forms.gle/3oU6ws3a8V6hfoLh6
(2) Please do not video, record, or make public the images and contents of the event without prior consent.
(3) In line with COVID-19 control measures: (1) Attendees are required to wear a face mask during the entirety of the lecture; (2) Body temperatures will be measured; (3) Hands should be sanitized; (4) Those not affiliated with Academia Sinica are required to fill out a health record form; and (5) A crisscross seating arrangement will be implemented.
Contact: Ms. Tsai, firstname.lastname@example.org
SpeakerJoseph W. Peterson