Creativity, Music, and the Science of Being Fully Human
Erica Brindley is an intellectual and cultural historian of early China (500 BC to 200 AD). She works on philosophical and religious texts, cultural norms, and political cultures of the pre-imperial period and Qin-Han empires. She is also interested in the history of identity and cross-cultural interactions between the sinitic cultures of the North and their southern neighbors along the East Asian coast.
The talk is orgainzed in the frame of the "The Human and the Sciences of Nature: Chinese and Comparative Perspectives" series. and sponsored by a Lecture Series Grant from the Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation for International Scholarly Exchange (CCKF) in Taiwan.
The lecture is open to the public and free of charge but email registRAtion is REQUESTED by 16th of APRIL.
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