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Southeast Early China Roundtable!
This site was last updated on October 14, 2013 by Jeffrey L. Richey.
Founded in 1997, the Southeast Early China Roundtable (SEECR) is a group of scholars from the south Atlantic region who specialize or maintain an interest in the study of China, from the earliest period through the Tang dynasty. The purpose of the group is twofold -- first, to provide a forum for specialist discussion of all aspects of early China studies through yearly meetings; and second, to promote the study of early China in the Southeast by sponsoring public non-specialist lectures. SEECR members typically host annual meetings at their academic institutions, providing meals, accommodations and meeting space for participants.
The current Chair of SEECR is Keith Knapp, Professor of History at The Citadel, the Military College of South Carolina.
The 17th Annual SEECR will be hosted by Western Kentucky University from November 1-3, 2013. The program may be found here.
Previous meetings are listed below:
|1997 -- Charlottesville, Virginia||2006 -- Charleston, South Carolina|
|1998 -- Charleston, South Carolina||2007 -- St. Petersburg, Florida|
|1999 -- Asheville, North Carolina||2008 -- Jacksonville, Florida|
|2000 -- Athens, Georgia||2009 -- Athens, Georgia|
|2001 -- Charlotte, North Carolina||2010 -- Lexington, Kentucky|
|2002 -- Chattanooga, Tennessee||2011 -- Sewanee, Tennessee||2003 -- Berea, Kentucky||2012 -- Berea, Kentucky|
|2004 -- Gainesville, Florida||2013 -- Bowling Green, Kentucky|
|2005 -- Chapel Hill, North Carolina|
||Map of prehistoric
Chinese cultural sites
|Art and Material Culture
of China (Leiden University, Netherlands)
of China by dynastic period
||Maps of Silk Road
by historical era
||National Palace Museum
|Chinese Academy of Social Sciences Institute of Archaeology
||Scripta Sinica (Academia
Ancient Chinese Texts (Palace Museum, Taiwan)
Philosophical E-text Archive: (Wesleyan University, USA)
||Society for Asian
& Comparative Philosophy
|Chinese Text Initiative
(University of Virginia, USA)
||Society for the
Study of Chinese Religions
Palace Museum (Beijing, China)
||Society for the Study of
||T'ang Studies Society
|Early Medieval China Group
Sourcebook of Chinese Civilization (University of Washington, USA)
|The Golden Age of