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Michael Herzfeld | Roman Restaurant Rhythms

  • Harvard Center Shanghai 5th Floor HSBC Building, Shanghai ifc No. 8 Century Avenue, Pudong New District Shanghai (map)

The Harvard Center Shanghai and the School of Social Development and Public Policy at Fudan University presents:

Professor Michael Herzfeld, Ernest E. Monrad Professor of the Social Sciences, Harvard Department of Anthropology.

**With the introduction by Professor E.P. Rosada, Davidson College 

Date: June 16th (Monday)
Time: 6:30-8:30pm
Venue: Harvard Center Shanghai, 5th Floor HSBC Building, Lujiazui
Admission: Free for both events, but seats are limited and the priority will be given to Harvard University alums and affiliates

Please 1) RSVP via Google Docs or 2) Non Arkaraprasertkul ([email protected])

About the Speaker
Professor Michael Herzfeld is a world-renowned social anthropologist who has published 10 books and numerous articles, and has a wide areas of interest. His current research activity includes completion of a book and a film about historic conservation and eviction in Bangkok and planned new research on Italian-Chinese interactions in Rome and on the profession of town planning in Italy and elsewhere. He is also Affiliated Professor in the Department of Urban Planning and Design and Harvard University Graduate School of Design( GSD), Coordinator for Thai Studies at Harvard University Asia Center, the Interim Director of the Harvard Modern Greek Studies, and the Senior Advisor of the Critical Heritage Initiative at the International Institute for Asian Studies, Leiden (IIAS).