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The Qingming Scroll Revealed: A Primary Source for Teaching About China

Presenter: Valerie Hansen, American professor, Historian and Author, Yale University
Date: Saturday, December 2nd, 2017
Time: 9:00am - 12:00pm
Location: Clarkson University CRC 80 Nott Terrace Schenectady, NY 12308
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The Capital District National Consortium for Teaching About Asia invites you to join educators from across the Capital District region to hear Dr. Valerie Hansen of Yale University, as she introduces the significance of the Qingming scroll as a source for teaching about China.

Valerie Hansen is an American professor, historian and author. She is the author of thebook TheSilkRoad: A New History, published in 2012. Currently she teaches Chinese and world history at Yale University, where she is the Stanley Woodward Professor of History.



8:30       Light refreshments in the atrium 
 
9:00       Introduction and welcome by Dr. Huang, then Dr. Snyder. Dr. Snyder will introduce Dr. Hansen. 
 
9:10-12:00 Presentation by Valerie Hansen in the atrium on the Tang and Song Dynasties and the Qing Ming Scroll
 
12:00      Break, mingling
 
The Afternoon session is only for NCTA participants and select guests from the Confucian Institute
 
12:30      Lunch in room 002 (basement) (sandwiches and salad)
 
1:00-3:00  Discussion with Dr. Hansen and Dave Besozzi about uses of the scroll in the classroom setting for 
           NCTA participants and select guests from the Confucian Institute
 
3:00       Wrap up

The Qingming Scroll(Partial)


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