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The greatest value of science fiction is not in providing answers, but rather in raising questions. Can AI help humans prevent the next global...
Tani Barlow, the George and Nancy Rupp Professor of Humanities and Professor of History at Rice University speaks on, "Instinct and Society." When Li...

Gendering AI and Robots

Jennifer Robertson, Professor Emerita, Anthropology and History of Art, the University of Michigan. In humans, gender constitutes an array of learned...
What are we learning when we play video games from Japan? Rachael Hutchinson (University of Delaware) examines the cultural content of Japanese...

Ant Tribes (Yizu) in China's Contested Space

This lecture was given by Kimiko Suda, Ph.D. Post Doc researcher, National Discrimination and Racism Monitor (NaDiRa).  In 2009 the term "Yizu" (Ant...
How did the Cold War shape political modernity in the decolonizing world, and what do literature and literary networks reveal about such political...
What are the prospects for halting China’s mass atrocities in the Uyghur region, which are now entering their fifth year since the start in 2017? This...
Everyday Erotics: Ethnographies of Older Lesbians and Bisexual Women in Hong Kong, Singapore and Taiwan Denise Tang, Associate Professor, Department...
There is a long-standing debate over whether Taiwan is part of China. Beijing insists that not only is Taiwan part of China, it is part of the...
"Government for the People: Troubling Legacies of the Confucian Statecraft Tradition" was the title of The 2021-2022 Hu Shih Distinguished Lecture...