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Panel 1: Space and Place
Cara Healey, “"Reimagining Hybridity in Early-Twentieth-Century China”
Nathaniel Isaacson, “Not Dreaming and Other Techniques of the Body: Trains, Technology, and Nation in Socialist Cinema”
Corey Byrnes, “Imagined Islands and the Potential Nation”
Tom Moran, “Breaking Away: On Liang Xiaosheng's Fucheng (Floating City”
Panel 2: Medicine and Modernity
Mingwei Song, “The World Is a Hospital: Han Song's Hospital Trilogy”
Dingding Wang, "Biotechno-Symbiosis: Virus, Infection, and the City"
Robin Visser, “Sinophone Anti-Epics of the Anthropocene”
Carlos Rojas, “Viral Culture: Logics of Contagion and Strategies of Representation”
Panel 3: Food and Consumption
Tiffany Tsai,, “Cannibalism as Pathology: China’s Modernity in Crisis”
Xinran Wang, "Human-Animal-Food: A Reflection on Ethical Eating"
Eileen Chow, “I Eat Therefore I Am: Chinese Foodways as Labor, Consumption, Insecurity, Horror”
AMES Presents and the CCK Foundation Inter-University Center for Sinological Studies