Mahaney Arts Center 125
72 Porter Field Road
Middlebury, VT 05753
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A talk by Dr. Nicola Di Cosmo, Luce Foundation Professor in East Asian Studies at the Institute of Advanced Study
In Chinese history, borderlands have often been politically contested. But frontiers have also been places of cultural encounters, transmission, and negotiation. This talk explores the material remains of these contacts from the “other side” of the Great Wall, and argues for a new interpretation of the Chinese impact on the borderlands, the cultural contacts that took place, and their long-term consequences.

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History of Arts and Architecture; History

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