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Intellectual Conceptions of the State in Late-Qing Dynasty

Date:
Wednesday, March 21, 2018
Time:
1:30 pm
Location:
Lawson Hall
Room: 2270C
Cost:
Free
Alienation and Plight: Intellectual Conceptions of the State in the Late-Qing Dynasty

Alienation and Plight: Intellectual Conceptions of the State in the Late-Qing Dynasty

Wednesday, March 21, 2018
1:30 PM
Lawson Hall, Room 2270C

Speaker: Aihua Zhang

The national publishing media in the late Qing Dynasty had the characteristics of a tool of the elite who were the 'gatekeeper' of the publishing media. The elite decided the meaning of some special important words and the accepted and reject the ideas from foreign nations according to their political conception. What's more, the elite who had the proper position and ability to articulate their ideas did not rationally develop or illuminate the Confucian culture which should be the foundation of Chinese new political conception.

Host:
Department of History
Contact:
Department of History
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