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International Conference Schedule

International Conference
The History of Everyday Life
in Late Imperial and Modern China

The University of Queensland
Conference Schedule


Wednesday 23 May 2012

208, General Purpose North 3 (39A)
12:15-1pm:
Chair: Dr. Chi Kong Lai (UQ)
Everyday Politics in Hong Kong
Professor Yiu-chung Wong (Head, Political Science Dept, Lingnan University)
Discussant: Professor Gray Hamilton.

208, General Purpose North 3 (39A)
PUBLIC LECTURE: 1-1.50pm:
Chair: Professor Carl Trocki (QUT)
Professor Anthony Reid (Asian Studies, Australian National University)
"Towards Human History – let’s not ‘over-state’ "
Prof. Reid will also discuss transnational perspective on everyday life.

Short break
1:50-2:00pm

E105, Forgan Smith Bldg
2-3:50pm:
 

Everyday Life History Reading Group Meeting
(Reports on Age of Commerce [Onanong Thippimol]; Things Modern [Wu Xiaolu]; Chinese Circulations [Minjie Zhang and Tom Power]; Ordinary Lives [Lachlan Tait]; The Man Awakened from Dreams [Chris Yuan]; Gender and Everyday Life [Chris Zhou]; The History of Everyday Life [Jen Kwok]; Everyday Life and Cultural Theory [Jennifer Yu].
Chairs: Professors Tze-ki Hon and Chi Kong Lai
Response: Professors Anthony Reid, David Faure,Yung Sai-shing, Liu Tik Sang and Chiang Chu-shan

Dinner
Dr. Chi Kong Lai’s house

 

 

Thursday 24 May:

Room 208, Michie Bldg
10-11:50am:
Sources and Methodology of Everyday Life Studies:
Chair: Associate Professor Helen Creese (Associate Dean of the Faculty of Arts, University of Queensland)
Associate Professor Deborah Brown (Associate Dean of the Faculty of Arts, University of Queensland), The Ontology of Everyday Life.
Professor Graeme Turner (University of Queensland), media and everyday life.
Professor Gay Hawkins (University of Queensland), theories of everyday life.
Ms. Di Pin Ouyang and Ms. Amella Mckenzie (National Library of Australia), Sources of Everyday Life in Chinese studies.

11.50-1pm:
Lunch break

Near Room E302, Forgan Smith Bldg
1-2pm:
Registration

Room E302, Forgan Smith Bldg (01-E302).
2-3pm:
Welcome and Opening:
Professor Alan Lawson (Deputy Vice-Chancellor [Research], The University of Queensland)
Professor Nancy Wright (Executive Dean of the Faculty of Arts, University of Queensland)
Professor Clive Moore (Head, School of HPRC, University of Queensland)
Dr. Chi Kong Lai (University of Queensland)
“Introduction of the themes of the conference: Consumption, Mediations and Everyday Life in Late Imperial and Modern China”

3-3.30pm:
Photo

Break
3:30-4:00pm:
Visit University of Queensland Art Museum: Beijing Hao (Optional)

Room 234, Parnell Bldg (07-234).
Chair: Professor Wellington Chan
4:00-5: 40pm
Chuan Han-sheng Public Lecture Series:
Cosponsored by New Asia Research Institute, The University of Queensland, Chinese University of Hong Kong and The National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan.
Welcome: Professor Fred D’Agostino (Acting Executive Dean of the Faculty of Arts)
Introduction of the Speaker: Dr. Chi Kong Lai
Professor David Faure (Chinese University of Hong Kong), “China’s common people and their daily life: how appearance became reality in the twentieth century.”
Response and Remarks: Professor Helen Dunstan (History, Sydney University)
Room 234, Parnell Bldg (07-234)
5:45-7:00pm:

Public Lecture:

Chair: Professor David Faure
Prof. Susan Naquin (Director, East Asian Studies, Princeton University), “Using Material Culture to Study Daily Life: The Bed, the Vat, and the God.”

Local Chinese Restaurant:Sun Fay Restaurant: Taringa
7:30-10pm
Welcoming Dinner

Welcoming Address: Professor Max Lu, Senior Deputy Vice-Chancellor, The University of Queensland


Friday 25 May

Room E105, Forgan Smith Bldg
10am-11:20am:
Session 1: Religion, Revolution and Everyday Life

Chair: Emeritus Professor John Moorhead (University of Queensland)

Dr. Denise Austin (Academic Director, Queensland, Alphacrucis College), “Mary Yeung (c1889-1971): The Ordinary Life of an Extraordinary Australian Chinese Pentecostal.”

Dr Benjamin Penny (Australian National University), "The history of Chinese religions and the history of everyday life"

Discussant: Dr. Adam Bowles (Studies in Religion, University of Queensland)
Room 213, Gordon Greenwood Bldg (32-213)
10am-11:20am:
Session 2: Textile, Fashion and Everyday Life

Chair: Dr. Prudence Ahrens
Dr. Amelia Brown (Classics, University of Queensland), “The Role of Silk in Everyday Life in China and Greece.”

Professor Bonnie English (Griffith University), “Contemporary Chinese fashion and the Everyday”

Discussant : Professor Antonia Finnane (History, University of Melbourne)

 

Room E105, Forgan Smith Bldg
11:20am-12:40pm:
Session 3: Revolution, State-building and Everyday Life

Chair: Dr. Patrick Jory (History, University of Queensland).

Dr. HE Xi贺喜(History, Chinese University of Hong Kong), “Anyuan and Pingxiang, Integrating Radical Trade union  ism into Civic Consciousness.”

Professor David Schak (Griffith), “Changes in Moral Education Textbooks in the PRC and Taiwan.”

Discussant : Professor Tze-ki Hon (SUNY-Geneseo).
 Room 213, Gordon Greenwood Bldg
11:20am-12:40pm:
Session 4: Food Culture and Everyday Life

Chair: Professor Zhu Yin (Director, Institute of Modern Chinese History, Huazhong Normal University).

Professor Sui Wai Cheung张瑞威 (History, Chinese University of Hong Kong), “Choice of Staple food: Food Consumption Pattern in Central and Southern China during the Eighteenth Century.”

Professor Ching May Bo 程美宝 (History Department, Sun Yat-sen University), “Canton or Hong Kong? Where to eat and play in the 1920s, and why?”


 

Discussant : Prof. Hanchao Lu (Georgia Institute of Technology).


12:40pm-2:00 pm
Lunch break

 

 

 

Room E302, Forgan Smith Bldg (01-E302)
2pm-3:10pm

Chair: TBC 

PUBLIC LECTURE:
Prof. Gary Hamilton from Washington University will discuss consumption of everyday life.


3:10-3:25pm
TEA BREAK

Room E302, Forgan Smith Bldg (01-E302).
3:25-4:45pm
Session 5: Food Culture and Everyday Life 2

Chair: Dr. Geoff Ginn (Convener, History, UQ)
 
Professor Liu Tik Sang (Director, Centre for South China Studies, Hong Kong University of Science & Technology), “Eating Habit and Social Status: The Live Seafood Consumption in Hong Kong.”

Professor Hanchao Lu (Georgia Institute of Technology), “Everyday Maoism: Eating as Statecraft in Communist Politics.”

Discussant: Professor Sui Wai Cheung张瑞威(History, Chinese University of Hong Kong).

 Room E105, Forgan Smith Bldg
3:25-4:45pm
Session 6: Everyday Life in Contemporary China

Chair: Professor Leong Liew (Head, International Business and Asian Studies, Griffith).

Mr. Jen Kwok (HPRC, University of Queensland), “Party Loyalty and Community Representation in the Everyday Lives of Australian Chinese Politicians and Political Candidates.”

Dr. Guy Ramsay (School of LCCS, UQ), “Chinese Life Stories of Family Caregiving in Alzheimer’s Disease.”

Discussant: Professor Yiu-chung Wong (Head, Political Science Dept, Lingnan University).


Room: Room E302, Forgan Smith Bldg (01-E302).

4:45pm-6pm
UQ Confucius Institute Public Lecture on Chinese Culture Series:
Chair: Professor Ping Chen (Director, UQ Confucius Institute)
Professor Geremie Barme (Australian National University), “Telling Chinese Stories”

6-7:30pm
Reception

 

 

Saturday 26 May,

Room E302, Forgan Smith Bldg (01-E302)
8:30-10:00
Public Lectures:
Chair: Professor Chang Jianhua
Professor Xiong Yuezhi will briefly introduce the themes of the 20 volume project on Shanghai Daily Life History, highlighting where possible future directions in the field of Chinese Daily Life History.
Professor Hanchao Lu will also introduce the themes of his Culture and Customs of Asia series.

10:00-10:30
Morning Tea

Room E302, Forgan Smith Bldg
10:30-12:00pm
Session 7: Everyday Life and Consumption 1

Chair: Dr. Hsien-chun Wang王憲群(Institute of History, National TsingHua University, Taiwan)
Professor Wellington Chan (Chair, History, Occidental College), “Conspicuous Consumption in China Past and Present.”
Associate Professor Wu Jen-shu 巫仁恕 (Institute of Modern History, Academia Sinica) , “Shopping, Space and Women.”
Professor Zuanyou Song (History Institute, Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences, Shanghai), “Aesthetic economy: Construction of modern women’s public image and the cosmetics market in Shanghai.”
Discussant : Professor David Faure
 Room E105, Forgan Smith Bldg
10:30-12:00pm
Session 8: Everyday Life and Music

Chair: Professor David Carter (School of English, Media Studies and Art History, UQ)
Ms. Dong Hong (History, Nankai University, Tianjin, China).

“Everyday Life of Chinese traditional opera actress of Beiping-Tianjin region in Modern China.”

Professor Yung Sai-Shing (Head, Chinese Studies, NUS, Singapore), “Sonic Experience in Everyday Life: Mapping Cantonese Music on the Hong Kong Island (1920-1940).”

Discussant: Professor Ching May Bo 程美宝 (History Department, Sun Yat-sen University).

12:00-1:00pm
Lunch

 

Room E302, Forgan Smith Bldg
1:00-2:30pm
Session 9: Everyday Life in business

Chair: Associate Professor Morris Low (Acting Head, LCCS, UQ)
Professor Antonia Finnane (History, University of Melbourne), "Plugging some gaping holes in the world history of consumption? Some evidence concerning Chinese domestic interiors and commercial residences in the first half of the nineteenth century."
Professor Zhu Yin 朱英(Director, Institute of Modern Chinese History, Huazhong Normal University), “Everyday Life of Shop-worker.”
Dr. Hsien-chun Wang王憲群(Institute of History, National TsingHua University, Taiwan), “Shaping natural knowledge in daily life in the late Qing: focusing on the understanding of matter and heat.”
Discussant : Professor Wellington Chen Room E105, Forgan Smith Bldg
1:00-2:30pm
Session 10: Urban and Everyday Life

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