News

2 years ago
EAS faculty member Nathaniel Smith will speak on Wednesday, March 4 at a symposium convened by the Tower Center for Political Studies at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, TX. The symposium, “Waiting for the Rising Sun: Japanese New... Read More
3 years ago
The Center for Educational Resources in Culture, Language, and Literacy (CERCLL) at the University of Arizona (UA) was awarded a third Title VI Language Resource Center grant to develop resources for the teaching and learning of foreign... 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 was recently invited to UC Berkeley to attend a forum featuring the abbot of Shaolin Temple Shi Yongxin from China and served as his translator during the discussion. Entitled “Gongfu and Meditation in Buddhist Practice: A... Read More
3 years ago
Dr. Jiang Wu recently received the Provost’s Author Support Fund ($1,100) from the Provost’s Office of the University of Arizona to help to defray the cost of indexing his new book forthcoming from Oxford University Press. This book,... Read More
3 years ago
Dr. Pinnington has come out with another volume of Monumenta Nipponica, The Early HIstory of the Noh Play!
3 years ago
Our very own Dr. Philip Gabriel is featured in the TImes of India for his English translation of Haruki Murakami's latest novel, "Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage." Check out the link to the article here!  
3 years ago
We are proud to announce the first volume of the Arizona Undergraduate Journal of East Asian Studies.    Objective:    "The aim of this journal is to facilitate discussion on subjects regarding East Asia, and to give undergraduates an... Read More
3 years ago
Xiaowen Nie, doctoral student in Chinese linguistics, will present with Dr. Wenhao Diao a paper entitled "Mainland Chinese's Perception of Taiwan Mandarin" at the 22nd annual Symposium on Language and Society (SALSA) to be held on April 11... Read More

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