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CHINESE CULTURE AND HUMANITIES: A FACULTY DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE FOR BUILDING CHINESE STUDIES

PRESENTATIONS

Roger Ames
June 6:  Encountering China: The Centrality of Culture
June 8:  The Confucian Ethos: A Culture of Roles and Relations
June 9:  Naturalness and Spontaneity: A Daoist Counterculture

Paize Keulemans
Presentation
Notes 1: Hu Shi and the May Fourth Movement
Notes 2: Shijing
Notes 3: Mulan
Notes 4: Zhuangzi and Laozi
Notes 5: Bai Juyi
Notes 6: Xixiang ji Zhugongdiao
Notes 7: Xixiang ji Opera
Notes 8: Accumulation in Chapter 65

Shana Brown
June 7: From Yao to Mao: A Thematic Overview of Chinese History
           (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3)

Michael Nylan
June 10: Five Confucian Classics 

Peter Hershock
June 13: Buddhism with "Chinese Characteristics"
               Ecologies of Enlightenment
               Common Teachings in Early Buddhism
               The Sutra of 42 Sections
               Map

Stanley Murashige
June 14:Chinese Art and Aesthetic Practice: The Gesture of Tradition
              (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5)            
June 15:Cultural Cleavages: Contemporary Art in China
              (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8)