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Nuclear War on the Korean Peninsula: Historical Perspectives on a Possible Future

The History Department is hosting a panel discussion entitled, “Nuclear War on the Korean Peninsula: Historical Perspectives on a Possible Future,” on Friday, February 9, at 4pm, in 125 ten Hoor Hall. The event will include: Dr. Howard Jones, “The Cuban Missile Crisis: The Nuclear War That Wasn’t.” Dr. Di Luo, “Inside the Hermit Kingdom: […]

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Presentation to Explore the Standardization of Mandarin

How did people in the early decades of the twentieth century learn to write and speak the national language in China? This roundtable presentation will feature Robert Culp and Janet Chen in conversation, to discuss how textbook editors, linguists, and educators tried to standardize Mandarin when it was in the infancy of its formation. The […]

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