The Leung Hung Kee Scholarships for Distinguished History Undergraduate Students to Undertake Research Work now invite Second Round Applications. The deadline is 30 April 2016. For scholarship details and application form, please download at:
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Prof. YIP Hon Ming, Department Chair, will be on academic leave on 18 April and 22-25 April 2016. During her absence, Prof. HO Pui Yin (18 April) and Prof. LAI Ming Chiu (22-25 April) will serve as the Acting Chair
The Division of History organised the “Workshops for First-Year & Final-Year RPG Students with Visiting Scholars”, offering an interactive sharing and exchange platform for the Department’s research postgraduate students and visiting scholars to exchange and discuss their research findings.
Prof. GE Zhaoguang of the National Institute for Advanced Humanistic Studies and the Department of History, Fudan University, was invited by the Faculty of Arts and the Department of History to give two lectures for the “Lecture Series of Distinguished Scholar Scheme”. The first forum entitled “從宗教史、思想史到東亞史──大陸1980年代以來的學術變遷” was held on 12 April 2016. Prof. GE talked about the academic changes in mainland since the 1980s. Prof. LEUNG Yuen Sang, Dean of the Faculty of Arts, acted as the moderator. The forum was well received by 75 faculty members and students.
Prof. Marie-Claire BERGÈRE of the Institut National des Langues et Civilisations Orientales and the Ecole des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, France, has been invited by the Department and the Leung Po Chuen Research Centre for Hong Kong History and Humanities to give the following two lectures:
|Date :||20 April 2016 (Wednesday)|
|Venue:||Room 220, 2/F, Fung King Hey Building, CUHK|
|Topic :||Brainstorming Workshop on “The Role of State-owned Enterprises in the Industrialization of China (19th–21st Centuries)”|
|Date :||27 April 2016 (Wednesday)|
|Venue:||LT8, 3/F, Cheng Yu Tung Building, CUHK|
|Topic:||Distinguished Lecture on “The Influence of the Hong Kong Connection on Sun Yat-sen’s Early Political Career (1894–1911)”|
The lectures will be conducted in English. For enquiries, please call 3943 7119 or 3943 5797.
Organiser: Department of History, CUHK
Co-organiser: Leung Po Chuen Research Centre for Hong Kong History and Humanities, Research Institute for the Humanities, CUHK
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