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Political Crimes and International Law in the Late Qing

About This Event

This workshop will invite two experts on the field of international law and China's interaction with the world in the 19th century and the 20th century, Jaymin Kim (Rice University) and Li Chen (University of Toronto). The invited guests, Working Group organizers and members, and several invited local scholars will workshop Jenny Day's essay, "The Birth of Liberal Revolutionaries in the Sino-Japanese War," which will become the fifth chapter of her new book, From “Great Abominations” to “Political Offenses”: Political Crimes, International Law, and Regime Changes in Modern China.

Featured Guests

Presenter: Jenny Day, Skidmore College Guest Commentator: Jaymin Kim, Rice University Guest Commentator: Li Chen, University of Toronto Commentator: Mara Du, Cornell University

Nov. 18, 2022, 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.


HS12: Legitimating the State: International Orders and Political Imaginations of China, 1300-present

Category: Workshop or Mini-Seminar

Audience: Open only to Members of the Working Group

Host: Skidmore College