Student Voices: Graduate Research in Chinese Art and Philosophy

March 22, 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Mānoa Campus, Webinar Add to Calendar

This is a panel showcasing research by University of Hawai'i, Mānoa graduate students in the Departments of Asian Studies and Philosophy. Moderator: Professor Franklin Perkins, UHM, Department of Philosophy. Celia Langford, MA candidate in Asian Studies: “Breathing with the Page: Poetry, Painting, and the Subjective Role of the Viewer in Song Dynasty Literati Art.” Michael Dufresne, PhD candidate in Philosophy: “The Worlds of Wang Guowei: A Philosophical Case Study of Coloniality.” Bobby McCullough, PhD candidate in Philosophy: “The Moral Status of Ends and Means in the Han Feizi.”

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Center for Chinese Studies, Mānoa Campus

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Pauli Tashima, (808) 956-2663,,, Graduate Research in Art and Philosophy (PDF)

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