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Becoming Intimate Others: Peruvian Chinese & Diasporic Nationalism Between Native Place, Nation and World, 1860s-1940s

12pm to 1:30pm // Monday, October 31th // (273 SS&H)
When Oct 31, 2016
from 12:00 PM to 01:30 PM
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Ana Maria Candela is a historian of Modern China and Assistant Professor of Sociology at Binghamton University. Her research is on Chinese migrations to Latin America and on the global dimensions of Chinese history and China’s social transformations. Her latest work was published in Critical Asian Studies and the Journal of World-Systems Research. In this talk, she will present a chapter from her current book manuscript, Becoming Intimate Others: Peruvian Chinese & Diasporic Nationalism Between Native Place, Nation and World, 1860s-1940s.

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