Enzheng Tong Memorial Lectures

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1. April 10, 2003  Robert E. Murowchick

Director, International Center for East Asian Archaeology and Cultural History, Boston University  

"New Journey to the West: Anticipating Chinese Archaeology in the 21st Century"
2. November 4, 2004  Heather A. Peters, Ph.D Consultant, Culture Unit, UNESCO, Bangkok, Thailand “World Heritage in China: Mapping Preservation or Blueprinting Destruction?: World Heritage in China”
3. October 11, 2005 Magnus Fiskesjo Cornell University "The Unexpected Past: Modern Chinese Nationalism and the Challenge of Prehistory"

November 2, 2006

Robert Bagley, Princeton University "An Underground Palace in Ancient China: The Tomb of Marquis Yi of Zeng (d. 433 BC)"

November 29, 2007

Jay Xu Pritzker Chairman, Department of Asian and Ancient Art, The Art Institute of Chicago "Problems and Approaches in Studying the Sanxingdui Civilization"

October 23, 2008-

Lothar Von Falkenhausen

Professor of Chinese Archaeology and Art History, Associate Director of the Cotsen Institute of Archaeology at University of California, Los Angeles

"New Perspectives on the Bronze Age Of Sichuan"
7. April 8, 2010 Gideon Shelach Chair, Department of East Asian Studies, Hebrew University, Jerusalem "On Memory and Objects"
8. September 23, 2010 Rowan Flad Associate Professor of Anthropology, Harvard University "Oracle Bones in Southwest China: Local Developments of a Ritual Tradition"

February 23, 2012

Anne Underhill Professor, Anthropology Department, Yale University "Alternative Models for Social Organization during the Longshan Period of China"

April 5, 2013

Nathaniel Isaacson Assistant Professor of Foreign Languages and Literature, North Carolina State University "Media and Messages: Blurred Visions of Nation and Science in Enzheng Tong’s 'Death Ray on Coral Island’”

March 27, 2014

Xiaobing Max Tang Helmut F. Stern Professor in Modern Chinese Studies, University of Michigan "Modernity on Display: The Art and Politics of Art Exhibitions in   Early Twentieth-Century China"

November 19, 2014

Katherine Tsiang Center for the Art of East Asia, University of Chicago

"New Perspectives on Time and Space in the Buddhist Cave Temples at Xiangtangshan"

13. February 11, 2016 Nancy Steinhardt Professor of East Asian Art, Curator of Chinese Art, Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations, University of Pennsylvania

Liao Architecture and Archaeology in 2015