Ethnographic Voices from Southwest China: 3rd Visiting Scholar Symposium on Folklore Studies

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3rd Visiting Scholar Symposium on Folklore Studies
January 24, 2019
4:30PM - 7:00PM
Location
Mendenhall Lab 173

Date Range
Add to Calendar 2019-01-24 16:30:00 2019-01-24 19:00:00 Ethnographic Voices from Southwest China: 3rd Visiting Scholar Symposium on Folklore Studies Following the 2015 and 2018 symposiums, involving the Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures (DEALL) and the OSU Center for Folklore Studies (CFS), this year’s symposium will continue the cross-cultural dialogue with a different set of presenters.  The featured speakers  explore facets of the diverse and vibrant cultural scenes in SW China from the perspectives of material culture studies and folk literature. Section One: “Voices of Material Arts: Tourism, Tradition and ICH in Southwest China,” featuring Ju Wang (Southwest Minzu University), Meng Tan (Minzu University of China); Liu Meng (Guilin Tourism University). Section Two: “Nuosu Yi Culture Today: Voices from the Cool Mountains (Liangshan),” featuring Lama Itzot (Beijing Normal University), Kaitlin Banfill (Emory University). Discussants: Dr. Mark Bender (DEALL) and Dr. Cassie Patterson (OSU-CFS). Sponsored by the Literature and Folklore in Greater China (LFGC), Council for Student Affairs, DEALL and the OSU Center for Folklore Studies. Organizers: Wenyuan Shao and Wei Liu.                                           More info:  Wei Liu at liu.4911@osu.edu. Mendenhall Lab 173 Department of East Asian Languages and Literature deall@osu.edu America/New_York public
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Following the 2015 and 2018 symposiums, involving the Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures (DEALL) and the OSU Center for Folklore Studies (CFS), this year’s symposium will continue the cross-cultural dialogue with a different set of presenters.  The featured speakers  explore facets of the diverse and vibrant cultural scenes in SW China from the perspectives of material culture studies and folk literature.

 

Section One: “Voices of Material Arts: Tourism, Tradition and ICH in Southwest China,” featuring Ju Wang (Southwest Minzu University), Meng Tan (Minzu University of China); Liu Meng (Guilin Tourism University). Section Two: “Nuosu Yi Culture Today: Voices from the Cool Mountains (Liangshan),” featuring Lama Itzot (Beijing Normal University), Kaitlin Banfill (Emory University).

 

Discussants: Dr. Mark Bender (DEALL) and Dr. Cassie Patterson (OSU-CFS). Sponsored by the Literature and Folklore in Greater China (LFGC), Council for Student Affairs, DEALL and the OSU Center for Folklore Studies. Organizers: Wenyuan Shao and Wei Liu.

                                           More info:  Wei Liu at liu.4911@osu.edu.