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Author, Couniolor, History Professor
Author, Couniolor, History Professor
Item IDEgyptian19680126Author.tif
TitleAuthor, Couniolor, History Professor
AuthorEgyptian
DescriptionKuo to Moderate Conference on China
Original Publication SourceDaily Egyptian
Date1968 January 26
Volume49
Issue76
SectionEducation
Page(s)7
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CollectionDaily Egyptian Diversity News Archive (Southern Illinois University Carbondale)
TranscriptAuthor, Couniolor, History Professor
Kuo to Moderate Conference on China

Ping-chia Kuo, chairman of the Department of History at Southern Illinois University, will moderate the St. Louis Conference On China, to be held Feb. 9-10, at Webster Collego, St. Louis.
Authorities on today's China will speak at the conference, Joseph P. Cosand, general chairman of the conference and president of the Junior college district of St. Louis and St. Louis County, announced.
Speaker for the opening session will be C.P. Fitz- gerald, head of the department of Far Eastern history, Australian National University at Canberra. He will discuss "The Origins of the Chinese Revolution." William H. Hinton, formerly a U.S. information officer in China, will speak on "The Chinese Revolution in an Agrarian Village." Hinton is author of "Fanshen, '' a doc-
umentary on land reform at a village in China.
Two other speakers will be Harald W. Jacobson, director of Asian Communist Affairs for the U.S. State Department, and James C. Thomson, Jr., assistant pro- fessor of history at Harvard University.
Kuo, formerly a professor at Wuhun University in China, holds a master's degree and the Ph.D. from Harvard University, Prom 1910 to 1946 he was counselor of the National Miltary Council and the Ministry of Foreign Af" fairs of the National Chinese government. In 1943 he served as special assistant to Chiang Kal-shek at the Cairo Conference with Franklin Roosevelt and Winston Churchill. He was a member of the
Chinese delegation to the United Nations from 1945 to 1948. Author of numerous publications on China, the SIU professor also will conduct the summary session of the St. Louis Conference Saturday afternoon.

Indian Celebration Set

The Indian Republic Day Celebration will start at 7p.m. today in the Morris Library Auditorium.
Dean Wilbur Moulton will address the gathering while Professor Herbort Marshall presides over the function. Refreshments will be served and Indian documentary films will be shown.
LanguageEnglish
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