Early China Seminar 4/17/2020
This form will be closed on 4/13/2020. For inquiries, please contact
Reconsidering the Significance of Chu Antlered Sculptures: A Regional Perspective
Cortney Chaffin (University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point)
The Early China Seminar adheres to the traditional definition of the word “seminar,” which derives from the Latin seminarium, meaning “a nursery for plants,” and ultimately from the Latin semen, or “seed.” In the true spirit of this meaning, the Early China Seminar is envisioned as a monthly meeting of scholars to discuss and exchange ideas that are still growing, and to create new ideas along the way. Thus, we especially welcome and encourage presentations that may not have fully formed and polished. We pledge to make the Seminar a safe arena for everyone to talk about nascent or incipient ideas. As part of this commitment to one another as a scholarly community, we ask everyone to respect the privacy and sanctity of the Seminar. This means that by requesting a copy of the seminar paper, you are committing yourself to respecting the intellectual property of the speaker as well as the participants by not circulating the paper, especially unpublished manuscripts, and the content of the Seminar without permission from the speaker and the Seminar participants.
Request pre-circulated paper
Never submit passwords through Google Forms.
This content is neither created nor endorsed by Google.
Terms of Service