Interview with Professor Li Feng and Dr. Agnes Hsu-Tang at New York Lounge, Sinovision.
Columbia Archaeology Delegation at Jilin University
Integrative Approaches to Ceramic Anthropology in Early China: New Directions in Pottery ResearchParticipating scholars: Andrew Womack, Camilla Sturm et al.
Workshop on the Grammar, Syntax and Rhetoric of the ZuozhuanParticipating scholars: Christoph Harbsmeier et al.
A Workshop to Explore Interdisciplinary Interventions into the Study of the Ancient East Eurasian SouthParticipating scholars: Erica Brindley et al.
“Early Chinese Medical Literature before the Huangdi 黃帝 Classic: New Manuscripts from Laoguanshan 老官⼭ Tomb 3, Sichuan”Speaker: Donald Harper, University of Chicago
Zoumalou Administrative DocumentsParticipating scholars: Brian Lander et al.
“Secrets of the Sea: A Tang Shipwreck and Early Trade in Asia”Participating scholars: Bryan Averbuch et al.
“Gender and Economic Productivity in Han China”Speaker: Tamara Chin, Brown University
“The Painted Pottery of the Miaodigou Culture and the Rise of Civilization in China: The Excavation at Yangguanzhai and Its Significance”Speaker: Wang Weilin, Shaanxi Museum of History
The Excavation of the Haihunhou Tomb
Keynote Speakers: Yang Jun, Jiangxi Provincial Institute of Archaeology Zhang Zhongli, Shaanxi Academy of Archaeology
“Who is the Barbarian in Zuozhuan?”Speaker: Wai-yee Li, Harvard University
“Beyond the Five Colors: Reconsidering Purple and its Sources in Ancient China.”Speaker: Allison Miller, Southwestern University
“The Emergence and Development of Mechanical Duplication Technique in the Casting of Ancient Chinese Bronze Inscriptions”Speaker: SAKIKAWA Takashi, Jilin University
“Understanding Xunzi and Zhuangzi through Hui Shi”Speaker: Annping Chin, Yale University
“Investigating the Anyang Bone Industries: Technologies, Standardization, and the Missing Royal Workshop”Speaker: Yung-Ti Li, University of Chicago
“The Anthropocene Is A Process Not An Event: China from the Late Neolithic to the Song Dynasty”Speaker: Tristram Kidder, Washington University in St. Louis
“Xiaoyao and shuchi : Some Special Uses of Alliterative and Rhyming Binomes in the Transmitted and Excavated Documents”Speaker: Chen Zhi, Hong Kong Baptist University
“The First Emperor’s Mausoleum: New Discoveries and New Interpretations”Speaker: Cao Wei, Shaanxi University, China
“Picturing Political Abstractions in Han China”Speaker: Martin Powers, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
“Hollow and Useless Luxuries: Asian Trade in the Age of Sinbad the Sailor”Speaker: John Guy, FSA, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
“Idlers on the Southwest Frontier: Native Continuities or Evasions of Han Imperial Time”Speaker: Alice Yao, University of Chicago
“The History of the State of Zeng through New Archeological Discoveries”Speaker: Fang Qin, Hubei Provincial Museum and Institute of Cultural Relics and Archaeology
“Dependency vs. Vulnerability in Early China-Steppe Interaction: New Data for Old Problems”Speaker: Nicola Di Cosmo, Institute for Advanced Study
“Urban Neighborhoods: Social and Spatial Organization of the Great Shang Settlement”Speaker: Jing Zhichun, University of British Columbia
“Rethinking ritual and the excavation of special deposits at Shang sites”Speaker: Katrinka Reinhart, San Francisco State University
“Recent Discoveries on Old Chinese and Pre-Qín Documents”Speaker: William H. Baxter, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
“Excavated Legal Cases from Ancient China and Egypt”Speaker: Professor Anthony Barbieri-Low, University of California, Santa Barbara
Realm of God and King – Recent Discovery of the Liangzhu City and Rise of Civilizations in Southern ChinaKeynote Speaker: Professor Liu Bin, Zhejiang Provincial Institute of Archaeology
Inaugural Ceremony of the Tang Center for Early China
Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony of the Tang Center for Early China
Signing Ceremony of the Tang Center for Early China