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China Now: Independent Visions
Some of the most exciting Chinese film and documentary of recent years, from independent producers, to be shown at the Showroom Cinema in Sheffield.
The School of East Asian Studies and the Department of Politics are jointly hosting a Public Lecture with Professor David Shambaugh (George Washington University), based on his new book, China's Future.
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On Thursday 19th May, Professor Katherine Morton gave a public lecture at the University of Copenhagen, hosted by the Political Sciences department and ThinkChina.dk
Thursday 19th May
G.03, Jessops West
17:00 - 19:00
As part of the Sheffield Centre for Research in Film seminar series, Dr Kate Taylor-Jones will be giving a talk on 'Girlhood interrupted: Gender, Film Propaganda and Imperial Japan.'
The School of East Asian Studies and Department of Sociological Studies, University of Sheffield, and the Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation present a workshop and symposium that will discuss the Great East Japan earthquake 5 years on.
This article is located in a different section of the University of Sheffield website.
On the 20th January the School of East Asian Studies will be hosting a White Rose East Asia Centre Workshop which has been generously funded by the AHRC under the Language Based Area Studies umbrella.
This one day workshop is examining the representation of girlhood in various aspects of East Asian cinema and popular culture.
People are welcome to attend all or part of the day.
Amongst a list of over 20 academics from around the University, Dr Kate Taylor-Jones will be presenting on
Sex, Drugs and Synchronised Swimming: Girlhood in Cinema at this years Ignite Academy