Webinar – Lifetime Perspective on Wartime Collaboration – D. Serfass

speaker: David Serfass

David Serfass is an associate professor in Chinese and East Asian history at Inalco (Paris) and a member of IFRAE (French Research Institute for Eastern Asia). He completed his PhD in 2017 at EHESS (Paris) on the Wang Jingwei government in occupied China (1940-1945). His current research pertains to civil servants in Republican China (1912-1949) and the evolution of China’s administrative map. Serfass is working on an online dictionary of occupied China that should be released at the beginning of 2021.

date: 17 December 2020

time: 9h30-11h30

topic: Lifetime Perspective on Wartime Collaboration: Compiling the Biographical Dictionary of Occupied China

ZOOM link – Pass code: 032851

Forewarning: we set up this webinar as a “Zoom meeting”, not a “Zoom webinar” as a trial experiment to allow the speaker to see his audience. When joining the webinar, mikes will automatically be put on mute. Open it only during the Q&A period.

Cite this blog post
Christian Henriot (2020, December 16). Webinar – Lifetime Perspective on Wartime Collaboration – D. Serfass. Elites, Networks and Power in modern China. Retrieved June 23, 2024, from https://doi.org/10.58079/o8lh

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