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Hulsewé-Wazniewski Stichting Visiting Professor Lai Yu-chih 2018

Shared Taste Events
28-30 June 2018: Conference: Shared Taste: food and exchange in Asia and Europe, keynote Françoise Sabban


25-29 Sept 2017: Summer School: Asian Food: History, Anthropology, Sociology, hosted by IIAS, LeidenAsiaCentre and Shared Taste

11 April 2017: Symposium: Global Jars, with Anna Grasskamp. Venue: Leiden University

28 Nov 2016: Symposium: Global Food History, joint collaboration of Leiden and Warwick. Venue: Leiden University

29 Nov 2016: Symposium: Chinese export paintings: studies and interpretations. At Volkenkunde Leiden, with support of Hulsewe-Wazniewski Foundation

29 Aug- 4 Sept 2016: IEHCA summer university in Tours, France, participating in the 2016 Summer University on Food and Drink Studies

22 April 2016: Lecture Françoise Sabban "The disputed issue of the origin of noodles", Sieboldhuis Leiden

9 November 2015: Asia in Amsterdam Symposium, Rijksmuseum Amsterdam

1 May 2015: Dr. Ines Prodöhl (German Historical Institute, Washington DC), ''High diplomacy and a humble bean', University of Leiden

March 2015: 'ideas lunch', to share and exchange ideas on Asia foodways and food culture, Leiden

13 Feb 2015: ''De vroege wereldreizen van een theekopje''. [In Dutch] At Princessehof Leeuwarden, accompanying the exhibition 'Time for Tea'

12 Dec 2014: Inaugural lecture of 'Kikkoman Chair' professor Anne Gerritsen, Academiegebouw, Leiden University, 16:00 hrs

19 Sep 2014: Launch of website 'Shared Taste' and announcement of 'Shared Taste Lecture Series'. Venue: cafe 'Grote Beer', Rembrandtstraat, Leiden, 17:00 - 18:30 hrs.
Hulsewé-Wazniewski Stichting Visiting Professor
Lai Yu-chih 賴毓芝
Associate Research Fellow, Institute of Modern History,
Academia Sinica, Taiwan

18 April – 21 April 2018

Lai Yu-chih 賴毓芝

Hulsewé-Wazniewski Visiting Professorship, University of Leiden

Events
All welcome; all events are free; please register if required

18 April
Venue: University Library, Vossius Room (2nd floor), 15:15-17:00
China Seminar lecture series
Keynote lecture: “Manchu Roots: Imperial Politics, Image Discourse, and European Botanical Studies at the Qianlong Court“.
No registration required

19 April
Venue: Museum Volkenkunde, Leiden, 13.45-17.00
Day 1 of ‘Asian Objects and the Museum: A Two Day Masterclass’. Viewing of Chinese objects from the Royer collection, in collaboration with Dr. Jan van Campen, selected participants only. To apply for this two-day masterclass, send an email before March 15 to anne @ sharedtaste.nl [download PDF for more information]

20 April
Venue: Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, 13.45-17.00
Day 2 of ‘Asian Objects and the Museum: A Two Day Masterclass’. Viewing of objects relating to the Asia / China-Europe connection of the Rijksmuseum, in collaboration with Dr. Chin-ling Wang, selected participants only.
To apply for this two-day masterclass, send an email before March 15 to anne @ sharedtaste.nl [download PDF for more information]

21 April
Venue: Groot Auditorium, Rijkmuseum, Amsterdam, 15.00-16.00
Keynote lecture: “Art, Knowledge and Politics in the 18th-Century Qianlong Court
Everyone welcome, lecture is free, please register through info @ vvak.nl

Lai Yu-chih is an art historian of Chinese art and visual culture and currently an associate research fellow at the Institute of Modern History at the Academia Sinica in Taipei.


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Why this project?
Why 'Shared Taste'? There is so much to know on Asia, Europe and the role of food between us! We would like to start exploring texts, tastes and textures on this tantalizing subject, not only in the present day cultures, but also in the history of food, foodways and commodities.

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