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Chinese Overseas: Celebrating the Legacy of Scholarship and Collection Treasures at UC Berkeley

This symposium celebrates the intellectual contributions of UC Berkeley’s research on Chinese communities overseas, including its archival collections from around the world.

When:
October 5, 2017 8:00am to 4:00pm
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Featured Speaker:  Ling-Chi Wang, Professor Emeritus, University of California, Berkeley
 
Panelist/Discussants:  Penny Edwards, Associate Professor, University of California, Berkeley; Harvey Dong, Lecturer, University of California, Berkeley; Sine Hwang Jensen, Asian American Studies & Comparative Ethnic Studies Librarian, University of California, Berkeley; Theresa Salazar, Curator, Bancroft Collection of Western Americana, University of California, Berkeley; Jianye He, Librarian for Chinese Collections, University of California, Berkeley; Virginia Shih, Librarian for Southeast Asian Collections, University of California, Berkeley
 
This symposium celebrates the intellectual contributions of UC Berkeley’s research on Chinese communities overseas, including its archival collections from around the world. UC Berkeley created one of the first Chinese American studies programs in North America and holds one of the world’s largest Chinese American archives.
Cost: 
Free

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