Ireland and China Symposium

Ireland and China: networks of information and ideas, 1735-1949

Wed 11 April 2018, 12pm-7pm
Members Room, Royal Irish Academy, Dublin


Keynote speaker:
Prof. Henrietta Harrison (University of Oxford)
‘The Stauntons of Galway: Links between Ireland and China in the 18th and early 19th Centuries’

Prof. Jerusha McCormack (Beijing Foreign Studies University, TCD): ‘Staging the Revolution: Terence MacSwiney and Guo Moruo’
Dr Aglaia De Angeli (Queen’s): ‘The end of empire and the revolutions in China and Ireland’
Dr David Bell (Queen’s): ‘Chinese seals in Ireland: The phenomenon of the “ancient” Chinese porcelain seals found in Ireland’
Siyi Du (TCD): Chester Beatty and his Chinese collections: representing and exchanging cultures and value in the early 20th Century
Dr Isabella Jackson (TCD): ‘The Shanghai International Settlement Administration as a site of Sino-British (and -Irish) interconnections’
Dr Emma Reisz (Queen’s): ‘Sir Robert Hart and Sino-Irish-British knowledge networks’

Dr Aglaia De Angeli (Queen’s University Belfast)
Dr Isabella Jackson (Trinity College Dublin)
Dr Emma Reisz (Queen’s University Dublin)

With thanks to:
Queen’s University Belfast