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The Curriculum in Peace, War, and Defense is hosting a talk entitled “Understanding and Misunderstanding Sunzi’s (Sun Tzu) Art of War” by Peter Lorge, Vanderbilt University, in Hamilton 569, on Feb 25, 5:30–7:00.
Peter Lorge teaches Chinese and Military history at Vanderbilt University. He specializes in tenth- and eleventh-century Chinese military history and thought, and is the author, most recently, of Chinese Martial Arts: From Antiquity to the Twenty-First Century (Cambridge), and editor of The Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms (Chinese University Press).
See the flyer here: “Understanding and Misunderstanding Sunzi’s (Sun Tzu) Art of War”
In addition, Dr. Lorge will provide a guest lecture on Feb. 26 on the invention and use of gunpowder in medieval China, entitled “Finding Gunpowder and Losing A Revolution.” The lecture is for Hist 351, in Hamilton 100, 11–12 a.m. There is plenty of additional seating, and guests are welcome.