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Geremie Barmé, Australian National University

Geremie Barmé spoke at the USC U.S.-China Institute conference on “The Future of U.S.-China Relations.” His presentation was entitled “Eating Chinese—the History Banquet.”

April 1, 2007

This video is also available on the USCI YouTube Channel.

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Geremie Barmé is a Professor in the Division of Pacific and Asian History at the Australian National University.  He was recently awarded an Australian Research Council Federation Fellowship to pursue a collective research project on the city of Beijing and its histories. His research interests and work in Chinese culture and intellectual history has been interspersed with film, web, and print projects in the United States, China, and Hong Kong.  He was awarded the Joseph Levenson Prize for Modern China in 2004 for An Artistic Exile: A Life of Feng Zikai (1898-1975) (University of California Press, 2004) and awarded the John E. O'Conner Film Award from The American Historical Association in 2005 for Morning Sun (2003). His other recent publications include Sang Ye’s oral history of contemporary China, China Candid: the people on the People’s Republic (University of California Press, 2006) and The Great Wall of China, edited with Claire Roberts (Powerhouse Museum, Sydney, 2006).


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