Sociology seminar

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Date/Time:Wednesday, 24 Jul 2013 from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Location:Campanile Room, Memorial Union
Cost:Free
Phone:515-294-6480
Channel:Sociology Department
Categories:Lectures
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"Rituals in Confucian China," Yuyu Liu, Sun Yat-sen University, China. Rituals used to play an important role in traditional Chinese society. The performance of rituals embodied Confucian doctrines and was an indispensable tool in maintaining the socio-political order. This lecture gives an introduction to different types of rituals and how they represented and reinforced Confucian socio-ethical values.

Yuyu Liu is an associate professor from Sun Yat-sen University, China. She received her Ph. D in comparative philosophy from Sun Yat-sen University. Her research interests include comparative intellectual history, comparative literature and China studies overseas. She is currently visiting University of California, Berkeley, as a Fulbright scholar on the progress of Sino-American intellectual encounter.