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4 months ago
Dr. Nathaniel Smith recently spoke to the Council on Foreign Relations Podcast on the rise of the "new right" in Japan.
5 months ago
Our Winter session schedule (Dec. 18-Jan. 9) is now available. Please see the flyer below for course offerings.
5 months ago
Dr. Fabio Lanza was interviewed by the UA News about China-US relations, intellectual history, and his new book, The End of Concern: Maoist China, Activism, and Asian Studies (Duke University Press, 2017).
6 months ago
The Department of East Asian Studies was well represented at the Second Language Research Forum 2017 at the Ohio State University, October 12-14. Several graduate students presented papers at the conference. The presentations received a... Read More
6 months ago
The Chinese language program participated in the Sixth Chinese Language and Culture Proficiency Competition at the Tucson Chinese Culture Center, September 30, 2017. The event was hosted by the Confucius Institute of the University of... Read More
7 months ago
Dr. Albert Welter has been awarded a grant by the American Council of Learned Societies for his proposal "Creating the World of Chan/ Son /Zen: Chinese Chan Buddhism and its Spread throughout East Asia." As part of the project, an... Read More
9 months ago
Dr. Wenhao Diao’s proposal for the 2017 Fulbright-Hays Group Projects Abroad program, entitled “Education, Society, and Globalization in China: A Collaborative Teacher Training Program,” has been selected for funding by the J. William... Read More
9 months ago
Drs. Sunyoung Yang and Nathaniel Smith organized a panel called "Cyberwars and Street Politics in Korea and Japan" for the AAS-in-Asia conference in Seoul, South Korea (June 24-27). UA Asian Collection librarian Ping Situ was also in... Read More
1 year ago
Dr. Stephen F. Teiser presented a talk, "Sickness in Chinese Buddhism: Perspectives from Art and Ritual," at the University of Arizona on December 5, 2016.  Abstract: Canonical Buddhist texts proclaim that sickness is one of the four signs... Read More