4:00 pm - Thursday, May 26

Talk: Missionary Cameras and Modern China in Global Imaginations

Robinson Building Complex, UCSD, San Diego

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Joseph W. Ho from Albion College and University of Michigan will share stories from his new book “Developing Mission” which offers a transnational cultural history of U.S. and Chinese communities framed by missionary lenses through time and space—tracing the lives and afterlives of images, cameras, and visual imaginations in modern China.

Joseph W. Ho is an assistant professor of History at Albion College and a center associate at the Lieberthal-Rogel Center for Chinese Studies at University of Michigan. His research concerns transnational visual culture in Sino-US encounters and modern East Asian history. Ho is the co-editor of “War and Occupation in China: The Letters of an American Missionary from Hangzhou, 1937-1938”, and author of “Developing Mission: Photography, Filmmaking, and American Missionaries in Modern China”

Admission/Cost: FREE Please Register (for Live Event)

Location:
Onliine Streaming Event (Register
and Live Event at:
Robinson Building Complex room 3106
Thurgood Marshall Lane
UCSD
La Jolla, CA 92093

Thursday, May 26 - 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM