Category: Events

China and Britain: War and Commerce in the Age of Opium

Boston University New England Asia Seminar Series Co-sponsored by the BU Pardee School of Global Studies Center for the Study of Asia and International History Institute Friday April 7, 4:30-6:00 725 Commonwealth Avenue, CAS Building Room 313 As part of this year’s events on ‘Asia in the World: Conflict and Engagement at Boston University, this panel presents ground-breaking research on the […]

BU New England Seminar: World is Coming: The Media Machine

DATE: Feb. 8, 2017 TIME: 4:30-8:30 PM LOCATION: 121 Bay State Road, Boston University  The world has been with us since human life began. It was all pervasive, in the DNA shared with others, the domesticated plants and animals, the undomesticated pests, the goods cherished, and the stories told, and the “others” envied, fought, or […]

Religious Extremism, the Media, & Counter-Terrorism in Xinjiang, China

Religious Extremism, the Media, & Counter-Terrorism in Xinjiang, China with He Xinliang, member of the National People’s Consultative Congress and the National Committee on Minority and Religious Affairs. Thursday, Dec. 1, 2016 at 4:00 pm at 121 Bay State Road, Boston University Co-sponsored by the Institute on Culture, Religion & World Affairs (Frederick S. Pardee […]