School of Historical Studies S.T. Lee Lecture Series


February 2: Lydia H. Liu, Teemu Ruskola, Wang Hui, Peter Zarrow, and Nicola Di Cosmo, Panel Discussion: "Perspectives on Democracy and Citizenship in Contemporary China"


November 4: Mary Jane Logan McCallum, Munsee-Delaware Nation / Professor of History and Canada Research Chair in Indigenous People, History and Archives, University of Winnipeg: "Lunaape History, Colonial Archives, and Munsee Historical Methods"


December 1:  Jeremy Greene, Johns Hopkins University: "The Doctor Who Wasn’t There: Technology, History, and the Limits of Telehealth"

April 14:  Mariana Mazzucato, University College London in Economics of Innovation and Public Value: "Directing Growth: A Mission-Oriented Approach"


April 4: Stephen Kotkin, Princeton University: "Stalin at War"

November 20: Alina Payne, Harvard University: "Architecture in Two Dimensions: The Case For and Against Drawing"


March 22-24: Conveners: Sabine Schmidtke, IAS, and Hassan Ansari, IAS; S.T. Lee conference: "Shii Studies: The State of the Art"


March 10: Pierre-Étienne Will, Collège de France: "Official Propaganda and Popular Representation during the Kangxi Emperor’s Southern Tours"

December 7: Ulrich Marzolph, University in Göttingen: "The Visual Culture of Iranian Twelver-Shiism in the Qajar Period"


January 27: Devin J. Stewart, Emory College of Arts and Sciences: "The Transmission of Knowledge in Abbasid Iraq: Problems in the Interpretation of Catalogue of Ibn al-Nadim"

November 18: Benjamin Elman, Princeton University: "Rogue Philologists: the Puzzling Case of Huang Kan’s Commentary in Tokugawa Japan (1603-1867) and Qing China (1644-1911)"


March 19: Johannes Krause, Professor of Archaeology and Paleogenetics at the University of Tübingen and Director of the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History in Jena: "Ancient Human Genomes Suggest Three Ancestral Populations for Present-Day Europeans"


March 12: Gareth Evans, Australian National University: "After Syria: The Future of the Responsibility to Protect"

March 31: Joshua Fogel, York University: "Maiden Voyage: The Senzaimaru and the Creation of Modern Sino-Japanese Relations"


January 30: Oliver Stone, Filmmaker, "(Ancient) History on Screen"