Tag Archive: talks

K-12 Educator Workshop (10.1.16, Smith College)


Anti-American Boardgame

I’ll be talking on the subject of “Childhood, Play, and Twentieth-Century Chinese Nationalism: History and Curriculum” on Saturday, October 1 at Smith College in Northampton, Mass.

Links for participants:

The “Chinese-American Boardgame” at ChinesePosters.net – See for a full-sized copy to print, along with translations and instructions, and historical background.

Morningsun.org – Website to accompany the documentary film Morning Sun (d. Carma Hinton, Geremie Barme, Richard Gordon; 2003) with useful textual, audio, and visual resources on the subject of the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution.

Susan Fernsebner, “Chinese Propaganda Posters,” Teaching Case Study in Children and Youth in History, Item #269, https://chnm.gmu.edu/cyh/case-studies/269

Susan Fernsebner, “Late Imperial China,” Teaching Module for in Children and Youth in History, Item #221, http://chnm.gmu.edu/cyh/case-studies/221

Chutes and Ladders Workshop Notes: Link



Links for “Sichuan 2008, Fukushima 3/11, and Sino-Japanese Relations” (4/5 Symposium)


“A Construction Engineer’s Thoughts on the Sichuan Earthquake” blog post by “Book Blade” – link [accessed 31 March 2013]

Nanking Massacre Project – Special Collections, Yale Divinity School Library – http://www.library.yale.edu/div/Nanking/

Ai Weiwei on Twitter (Chinese): @aiww    (English): @aiwwenglish

Who’s Afraid of Ai WeiWei” — Frontline documentary (PBS)

Fan Xiao, “Did the Zipingpu Dam Trigger China’s 2008 Earthquake: The Scientific Case,” Probe International. (.pdf)