Joint Seminars

East-West Technology Transfer: Multi-Nationals in China during the Late 19th and Early 20th Centuries & Print Capitalism and Academic Professionalization in Early 20th Century China

Asia/Hong_KongEast-West Technology Transfer: Multi-Nationals in China during the Late 19th and Early 20th Centuries
Print Capitalism and Academic Professionalization in Early 20th Century China
    Asia/Hong_KongEast-West Technology Transfer: Multi-Nationals in China during the Late 19th and Early 20th Centuries
    Print Capitalism and Academic Professionalization in Early 20th Century China
      Overview

      Title:

      East-West Technology Transfer: Multi-Nationals in China during the Late 19th and Early 20th Centuries

      Speaker:

      Professor David B. Sicilia (Department of History & School of Business, University of Maryland)

      Title:

      Print Capitalism and Academic Professionalization in Early 20th Century China

      Speaker:

      Professor Tze-ki Hon (Department of History, State University of New York at Geneseo)

      Date:

      November 21, 2011

      Time:

      10:00 am

      Venue:

      The Reading Room, Room G-4 (Ground Floor), Tang Chi Ngong Building, The University of Hong Kong

      Language:

      English

      Enquiry:

      (Tel) (852) 3917-5772
      (Email) ihss@hku.hk

      About the Speakers

      David Sicilia is a historian of American business history. His publications include: The Engine That Could: 75 Years of Values-Driven Change at Cumins Engine Co. (Harvard Business School 1997); Greenspan Effect (MaGraw-Hill 2000); Constructing Corporate America (Oxford University Press 2004); Technology Transfer Among 19th Century China, Europe, Japan and the U.S. (forthcoming), and other books and journal articles.

      Tze-ki Hon is a historian of Chinese cultural and political history, His publications include: The Yijing AND Chinese Politics (SUNY Press, 2005); The Politics of Historical Production in Late Qing and Republican China (Brill 2007); Guocui Xuebao and the Chinese Nationalist Modernity (Brill, forthcoming); Teaching the Book of Changes (Yijing) (Oxford University Press, forthcoming), and other books and journal articles.

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