Professors Joseph Seeley and Lean Sweeney host the second Borderlands Colloquium of the year on Thursday, March 3 at 12:00pm-1:00pm. This colloquium is intended to be a critical scholarly space where we can discuss ideas about borders, transnationalism, frontiers, and mobility, leaning especially on the History Department's expertise regarding these topics.
For this meeting, we will be discussing the (attached) introduction to Professor Seeley's book manuscript Blood, Water, and Ice: The Yalu River and Imperial Border-Making in East Asia, 1894-1945. The format of our meeting will be hybrid, with options to participate either via Zoom (link below) or in-person in Nau 441. Lunch will be provided for in-person participants following the meeting and will be eaten outdoors on the Nau 441 patio, weather permitting. Please RSVP if you plan to attend (whether in-person or online) so we can plan accordingly.