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10 months ago
Back row - from left to right: Phil Gabriel, Dian Li, Kim Jones, Alison Jameson, Theresa Jensen, Maggie Camp, Takashi Miura Front row - from left to right: Josh Schlachet, Scott Gregory, Heng Du, Nathaniel Smith, Wenhao Diao, Rae Dachille, Hai Ren,...
10 months ago
Register at events.duolingo.com/tucson This is a free language event near the University of Arizona, sponsored by Duolingo and not associated with the East Asian Studies Department. However, it's a wonderful opportunity for our students to practice...
1 year ago
Congratulations to Anthony Burtman, an EAS major who won the First Place at the Advanced level in the Chinese Bridge Southwest U.S. Preliminary Contest, held at UA campus, April 28. Participants from Arizona, New Mexico and Texas competed in the...
1 year ago
Congratulations to Yi Wang for winning the Tao-Chung Ted Yao Memorial Award at the Chinese Language Teachers’ Association (CLTA) Annual Conference, held in Washington DC, April 6-8. The paper she presented at the award competition is entitled ‘...
1 year ago
Julian Tran, our JPN 202 student, received a "most original" award at The 29th Annual Arizona Japanese Speech Contest. The contest was held at Pima Community College (West Campus).  Julian's speech title was A Letter To Myself. The letter was to...
1 year ago
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LIXgiS8R8j8
1 year ago
https://networks.h-net.org/node/6060/discussions/1502560/creating-world-chan-sŏn-zen-chinese-chan-buddhism-and-its-spread
1 year ago
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e-mg0V3rGv8
1 year ago
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VLABpeDRajQ
1 year ago
Dr. Nathaniel Smith recently spoke to the Council on Foreign Relations Podcast on the rise of the "new right" in Japan.
1 year ago
Our Winter session schedule (Dec. 18-Jan. 9) is now available. Please see the flyer below for course offerings.
1 year 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).

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