Presented by the USF Ricci Institute
Keynote Lecture for the Opening of 2017 Research Seminar Series
Collecting History in Villages, Archives and Hutongs
June 8, 2017
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
University of San Francisco
Lone Mountain Campus
Silver Room, LM 280
San Francisco, CA 94117
Recent decades have shown increased interest in the history of Christianity in China, especially concerning socio-cultural exchange between Chinese and Western missionaries. In his talk, Dr. Anthony Clark will describe how scholars locate, access, and utilize lost and rare materials related to Sino-Western and Sino-Mission history. He will also discuss how he has gathered print and manuscript sources including rare photographs from both large cities and remote villages in places as far-flung as China, Italy, Vatican City, France, Belgium, and Germany. Centering his research on China’s late imperial and Republican eras, Clark’s scholarly work examines and explains how Sino-Western exchange played an important role in the transformation of both societies. For a flyer about the lecture, click here.
Anthony E. Clark, PH.D, Edward B. Lindaman Endowed Chair in History, Director of Asian Studies Program, Associate Professor of Chinese History; Whitworth University, Spokane, WA
Free for USF students, faculty, & staff and faculty & students of other academic institutions.
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