September 16: Mark Philip Bradley, University of Chicago, “When the World Went South” (Co-sponsored with Centre for the Study of Globalization and Cultures & Department of Comparative Literature), 4:30 PM
October 30: Diana Lemberg, Lingnan University, “Barriers Down: How American Power and Free-Flow Policies Shaped Global Media”, 5 PM
November 4: Joshua Ehrlich, University of Macau, “Historical Relations between Port Cities and Mainlands: The Example of Calcutta” (co-sponsored with Department of History), 5 PM
November 12: Nana Okura Gagne, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, “Neoliberalism at Work: Corporate Reforms, Subjectivity, and Post-Toyotist Affect in Japan”, TBC
November 25: Robert Kramm, Society of Fellows in the Humanities, HKU, “Trans-Imperial Anarchism in Early Twentieth Century Japan”, 5 PM.
Venue for all events: Room 4.36, Run Run Shaw Tower, Centennial Campus