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3 years ago
At the University of Arizona’s Graduate and Professional Student Council Showcase on February 13th, 2019, Jingyi Li, a second year PhD student in the East Asian Studies department was awarded First Place in the category of Communication and...
3 years ago
College of Humanities double major Rob Lisak is featured as the UA Honors College student of the week.  Lisak majors in Religious Studies and East Asian Studies and talked with the Honors College about his experiences studying abroad in Hangzhou.  ...
3 years ago
A message from Albert Welter, Head of the East Asian Studies Department "I’m happy to report the extraordinary success of the China Showcase event on the UA Mall yesterday (Friday). I hope you all had a chance to attend. It was really great––a...
3 years ago
A New History of Medieval Japanese Theatre This book traces the history of noh and kyōgen, the first major Japanese theatrical arts. Going beyond P. G. O'Neill's Early Nō Drama of 1958, it covers the full period of noh's medieval development and...
3 years ago
“Community Regeneration and Public Art, “ international conference co-organized by the Department of East Asian Studies at the University of Arizona and Sichuan Fine Arts Institute in Chongqing, China, November 26-27, 2018.
4 years ago
Since August 29th, the Department of East Asian Studies began holding weekly meetings in order to help graduate students improve their academic and professional proficiency. Students and faculties have gathered six times so far. The speakers and...
4 years 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,...
4 years 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...
4 years 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...
4 years 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 ‘...
4 years 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...
4 years ago
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