The Transnational and Global Modern History Seminar and the Triangle Global British History Seminar cordially invite you to attend a joint meeting with Prof. Marilyn Lake of the University of Melbourne. Marilyn Lake grew up in Tasmania, where she completed … Continued
In imperial China, eunuchs were household servants of the emperor, their duties generally limited to cooking, cleaning, and other mundane chores. At times, however, they became influential members of the government, their power even eclipsing that of officials and the … Continued
China has a distinguished modern history of supporting its national heritage of traditional medical knowledge. In recent years, research has focused on traditional medicine of the minority nationalities of China. This “multicultural” process expresses particular features of Chinese state power … Continued
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