Event

Apr 22-23, 2021
Visual Materials in Local Gazetteers

Particpiants

  • Tristan Brown (Massachusetts Institute of Technology): Visual Depictions of Astrological Correlations in the Local Gazetteers
  • Daniel Burton-Rose (Northern Arizona University): Strategic Interventions: Towers Devoted to Wenchang, Civil Service Examination Performance, and the Cityscape in Late Imperial China
  • Joseph Dennis (U Wisconsin-Madison): School Library Book Collections in Ming, Qing, and Republican China
  • Anne Gerritsen (University of Warwick): Ritual Objects and the Local Gazetteer
  • Kenneth Hammond (New Mexico State University): Images of Urban Places in Early Modern Chinese Local Gazetteers
  • Daniel Knorr (University of Chicago): Urban Centers and Peripheral Sites: Questioning Narratives of North-South Difference
  • Peter Lavelle (Temple University): Picturing Agricultural Science in Late Qing and Early Republican Gazetteers
  • Sander Molenaar (University of Warwick): Visual Representations of the Sea in Local Gazetteers
  • Chang-Xue Shu (KU Leuven): Dismantling Walls and Building Science: The Chinese Literati’s Changing Perception and Conception of City
  • Yizhou Wang (Heidelberg University): Picturing Spatiality of Entertainment: The Idea of Tu and Representing Pleasure Quarters of Nanjing in Local Gazetteers
  • Shellen Wu (University of Tennessee): Frontier Settlements and Modern State-Building in Late Imperial and Republican China
  • Qin Yang (Australian National University): Mountains and Waterways as Definitions of Localness in Southern Song Gazetteer Maps
  • Xin Yu (Washington University in St. Louis): The Reception of Gazetteer Visual Materials in Local Society, 1450-1644
  • Jiajing Zhang (University of Chinese Academy of Sciences): Technology, Information, and Application: Western Technology in Gazetteer Maps from Late Qing and Republican China
Contact and Registration

Please contact Shih-Pei Chen for any additional information. If you would like to participate, please send an email to event_dept3@mpiwg-berlin.mpg.de. Only limited spaces available.

2021-04-22T00:00:00SAVE IN I-CAL 2021-04-22 00:00:00 2021-04-23 00:00:00 Visual Materials in Local Gazetteers Particpiants Tristan Brown (Massachusetts Institute of Technology): Visual Depictions of Astrological Correlations in the Local Gazetteers Daniel Burton-Rose (Northern Arizona University): Strategic Interventions: Towers Devoted to Wenchang, Civil Service Examination Performance, and the Cityscape in Late Imperial China Joseph Dennis (U Wisconsin-Madison): School Library Book Collections in Ming, Qing, and Republican China Anne Gerritsen (University of Warwick): Ritual Objects and the Local Gazetteer Kenneth Hammond (New Mexico State University): Images of Urban Places in Early Modern Chinese Local Gazetteers Daniel Knorr (University of Chicago): Urban Centers and Peripheral Sites: Questioning Narratives of North-South Difference Peter Lavelle (Temple University): Picturing Agricultural Science in Late Qing and Early Republican Gazetteers Sander Molenaar (University of Warwick): Visual Representations of the Sea in Local Gazetteers Chang-Xue Shu (KU Leuven): Dismantling Walls and Building Science: The Chinese Literati’s Changing Perception and Conception of City Yizhou Wang (Heidelberg University): Picturing Spatiality of Entertainment: The Idea of Tu and Representing Pleasure Quarters of Nanjing in Local Gazetteers Shellen Wu (University of Tennessee): Frontier Settlements and Modern State-Building in Late Imperial and Republican China Qin Yang (Australian National University): Mountains and Waterways as Definitions of Localness in Southern Song Gazetteer Maps Xin Yu (Washington University in St. Louis): The Reception of Gazetteer Visual Materials in Local Society, 1450-1644 Jiajing Zhang (University of Chinese Academy of Sciences): Technology, Information, and Application: Western Technology in Gazetteer Maps from Late Qing and Republican China Anne GerritsenKenneth HammondShellen WuJiajing ZhangShih-Pei Chen Anne GerritsenKenneth HammondShellen WuJiajing ZhangShih-Pei Chen Europe/Berlin public