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2 years ago
Liming Wang, a PhD Candidate in Chinese Anthropology, will present her dissertation research at the American Anthropological Association (AAA) meeting on December 3, 2014 in Washington DC. Her talk focuses on the government’s involvement... Read More
2 years ago
Dr. Jiang Wu was invited to attend the fourth “Songshan Forum” organized by Institute for Advanced Humanistic Studies at Peking University.  The forum, entitled “The Center of Heaven and Earth: Songshan Forum on Chinese and World... Read More
2 years ago
EAS faculty attended a working retreat at Hacienda del Sol Resort on September 6th to plan for the 2014-15 academic year. Faculty pictured from left to right: (back row) Philip Gabriel, Nathaniel Smith, David Pietz; (front row) Albert... Read More
2 years ago
Chinese Ambassador Liu Jian, Consul General of Chinese Consulate General in Los Angeles, and associates paid a visit to the University of Arizona at the end of June. On June 29, EAS faculty Professors Dian Li and Jiang Wu attended the... Read More
2 years ago
The Japanese novel by Haruki Murakami, Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and his Years of Pilgrimage, debuted at #1 on the New York Times hardcover fiction list and remained there in its second week. The original novel sold over 1 million copies in... Read More
3 years ago
We are proud to announce that Chloe Love is the recipient of this year's Hucker Founders Award for excellence in Chinese Studies. Chloe transferred to the University of Arizona at the beginning of her sophomore year from a small, private... Read More
3 years ago
Congratulations to Darryl Hutchinson on being awarded the 2014 Blair Prize in Japanese Studies. Darryl graduated summa cum laude with honors, majoring in East Asian Studies with a focus in Japanese Culture and a minor in Astronomy. Darryl... Read More
3 years ago
Dr. Jiang Wu recently received a private donation of $50,000 to establish the Su Wukang Research Fund for East Asian Civilization. The funding will be used to build the Research Lab for Spatial Analysis of Religion at the University of... Read More
3 years ago
Dr. Nathaniel Smith, Professor of Japanese Anthropology, has been selected as a participant in the third cohort of the "US-Japan Network for the Future" Program. According to a recent press release from the Japan Foundation Center for... Read More
3 years ago
The "Chinese Bridge" speech contest, organized by the Chinese consulate in Los Angeles, and hosted by the Confucius Institute at the UA, took place on April 26th on the UA campus. Contestants in this year’s competition were college and... Read More

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