October 15: Scott Trigg – Visualizing the Configuration (hay’a): On the Role of Manuscript Images in two 15th c. Astronomical Commentaries

October 15, 11:AM, virtual conference Dr. Scott Trigg Society of Fellows in the Humanities, Faculty of Arts, HKU Visualizing the Configuration (hay'a): On the Role of Manuscript Images in two 15th c. Astronomical Commentaries Scott Trigg organized a panel at the recent Middle East Studies Association 2020 Annual Meeting (October 5-17), on the topic “New... Continue Reading →

November 16: Nicholas Y. H. Wong – Manufacturing Childhood in Hong Kong: Literature in the Kingdom of Plastic Toys

November 16, 5PM, online event, please register at https://forms.gle/vwcmVPFvKmCXxyEJ6. Dr. Nicholas Y. H. WongSociety of Fellows in the Humanities, Faculty of Arts, HKU Manufacturing Childhood in Hong Kong: Literature in the Kingdom of Plastic Toys Organized by Centre for the Study of Globalization and Cultures Information of the event is available on https://fb.me/e/1EQLgky2q.

October 24: Nicholas Y. H. Wong – Left-wing South–A Workshop

October 24, 9-11PM (HK Time), online workshop, please register here. Co-hostsDavid Wang (Harvard University) Letty Chen (Washington University in St. Louis)Special GuestsWang Anyi (Fudan University) Ng Kim Chew (National Chi Nan University)PresentersTu Hang (Harvard University)Jessica Tan (Harvard University)Kang Ling (Fudan University)Nicholas Y. H. Wong (HKU)Po-hsi Chen (Yale University)Chung Chih-wei (National Taiwan University) Information of the... Continue Reading →

News

Four Fellows to Take up New Positions Despite a difficult job market, the Society of Fellows in the Humanities continues to boast a successful job placement record. Following Yu Zhang's departure last year, to take up a tenure-track position in Chinese Literature at Poly U, this year we saw a record four post-doctoral fellows accept as many positions.... Continue Reading →

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