CHHC Workshop | Popular Rebellions
"Deciphering Violence in the English Revolt of 1381"
Talk by Andrew Prescott, Professor of Digital Humanities, University of Glasgow
Response by Sylvia Federico, Professor of English, Bates College
"People, Enemies, and Things in Between: Late Ming and Early Qing Strategy in the Southwest and the Remaking of the Sichuan Frontier"
Talk by Maura Dykstra, Assistant Professor of History, Caltech
Response by Piotr Gorecki, Professor of History, UC Riverside
"The Social Constituency of the Jacquerie of 1358: A Peasants' Revolt?"
Talk by Justine Firnhaber-Baker, Senior Lecturer in Late Mediaeval History, University of St Andrews
Response by Teo Ruiz, Distinguished Professor & Robert and Dorothy Wellman Chair in Medieval History, UCLA
About the CHHC Program
The Caltech-Huntington Humanities Collaborations ("CHHC") program is organized around an ongoing series of two-year interdisciplinary research modules, developed and coordinated by a small group of Caltech faculty members and Huntington residential research fellows. The 2016–2018 CHHC module, titled "Violence and Order Past and Present," studies the various roles that violence has played in political and social order, as well as the possible norms and cultural attitudes that have governed its use. Learn more at chhc.caltech.edu.