Past Mainland Workshops

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Winter 2015

February 23, 2014.  Bridging Cultures:  A Workshop on Cultural Diversity in China and Southeast Asia.  Hosted in collaboration with the Community College of Baltimore County.  An NEH Bridging Cultures Faculty Development Workshop.

Spring 2015

April 18, 2015.  Bridging Cultures:  A Workshop on Cultural Diversity in China and Southeast Asia.  Hosted in collaboration with the Middlesex Community College.  An NEH Bridging Cultures Faculty Development Workshop.

Spring 2014

January 23-25, 2014. Traditions and Transformations: Cultures and Modernities in China and Southeast Asia, Baltimore, MD. Hosted in collaboration with the Community College of Baltimore County.  An NEH Bridging Cultures Faculty Development Workshop
http://www.asdp-bridgingcultures.org/columbia-jan-23-25

February 10, 2014.  Contemporary China: A Faculty and Program Development Workshop. Middlesex Community College. Bedford, MA.  Funded by a U.S. DOE UISFL grant.
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February 13-15, 2014. Cultural Interactions:  Chinese Arts and Chinese Identities. Kansas City, KS.  Hosted in Collaboration with Johnson County Community College. An NEH Bridging Cultures Faculty Development Workshop.
http://www.asdp-bridgingcultures.org/overland-park-feb-13-15

Spring 2013 

February 11,2013. Landscapes of Home and Memory in Chinese Literature and Film. A Distinguished Lecture by Ban Wang (Stanford), hosted in collaboration with the Community College of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA.  funded through an NEH Bridging Cultures at Community Colleges grant.
            Contact: Faye Beauchamp
            Email:  fay.beauchamp@gmail.com
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February 15-16, 2013. Chinese Histories: A Faculty and Program Development Workshop. Middlesex Community College, Lowell, MA. This workshop is part of ASDP’s 3-year Title VI UISFL project.
            Contact: Dona Cady
            Email:   cadyd@middlesex.mass.edu
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February 18-19, 2013. Chinese Histories: A Faculty and Program Development Workshop. University of Texas, El Paso. This workshop is part of ASDP’s 3-year Title VI UISFL project.
            Contact: Tom Schmid
            Email: tschmid@utep.edu
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February 28 to March 2, 2013. The 19th Annual ASDP National Conference, Phoenix, AZ.

April 4-6, 2013. China Symposium:  Religion, Politics, and Society in Contemporary China. Tulsa Community College, Tulsa OK. Supported by a Freeman Foundation grant. 
             Contact: Cherie Hughes
             Email: cdhughes@tulsacc.edu
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Fall 2012

September 28-29, 2012. Chinese Histories: A Faculty and Program Development Workshop. Johnson County Community College, Kansas City, KS. This workshop is part of ASDP’s 3-year Title VI UISFL project.
Contact: Sheilah Philip
Email: sphilip@jccc.edu

October 1-2, 2012. Chinese Histories: A Faculty and Program Development Workshop. University of North Carolina, Asheville. Asheville, NC. This workshop is part of ASDP’s 3-year Title VI UISFL project.
Contact: Surain Subramanian
Email: surain@unca.edu

October 4-6, 2012. Rising China: Economic, Geopolitical, Environmental and Cultural Dimensions of China's (re) Emergence as a Global Superpower. A Faculty Development Program. Slippery Rock University, Slippery Rock, PA. Funded by a Freeman Foundation grant.
Contact: George Brown
Email: george.brown@sru.edu
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October 16, 2012. Cultural Pluralism in China: The Linked Development of Medicine and Heritage. A Distinguised Lecture by Judith Farquhar (University of Chicago), hosted in collaboration with Community College of Baltimore County, Baltimore, MD. Funded through an NEH Bridging Cultures at Community Colleges grant.
Contact: Annie Nguyen
Email: nguyen@ccbcmd.edu

October 18-20, 2012. Colonial Legacies in Asia: Perspectives from History, Literature, Philosophy, Religion and Politics. University of Central Arkansas. Conway, AR. Funded by a Freeman Foundation grant.
Contact: Maurice Lee
Email: mauricel@uca.edu
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October 22, 2012. Female Status: A Defining Characteristic of Southeast Asia? A Distinguished Lecture by Barbara Andaya (University of Hawaii), hosted in collaboration with City College of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA. Funded through an NEH Bridging Cultures at Community Colleges grant.
Contact: Barbara Lass
Email: blass@ccsf.edu

November 2, 2012. Puppets, Politics and Culture: Courtly Propaganda, Islamic Saints, and Fighting Terrosim with Puppet Shows in Southeast Asia. A Distinguished Lecture by Kathy Foley (US, Santa Cruz) hosted in collaboration iwth Middlesex Community College, Lowell, MA. Funded through an NEH Bridging Cultures at Community Colleges grant.
Contact: Dona Cady
Email: cadyd@middlesex.mass.edu
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November 30-December 1, 2012. Chinese Histories: A Faculty and Program Development Workshop. Portland Community College, Portland OR. This workshop is part of ASDP’s 3-year Title VI UISFL project.
Contact: Tom Huminski
Email: thuminsk@pcc.edu

December 7-8, 2012, Windows on Culture, Doorways to Understanding: Viewing China through Architecture. A Distinguished Lecture by Jerome Silbergeld (Princeton), hosted in collaboration with the Johnson County Community College, Overland Park, KS. Funded through an NEH Bridging Cultures at Community College grant.
Contact: Andy Anderson
Email: aanders@jccc.edu