Upcoming Events

All events are free and open to the public, unless otherwise noted.

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Tuesday, Oct. 23rd 12:00 PM
EALL & EAST Major Information Session
Pauline Lin - DUS, East Asian Languages & Literatures & Frances Rosenbluth - DUS, East Asian Studies
Room 202, Rosenkranz Hall
Thursday, Oct. 25th 4:30 PM
A Friend in Deed: Lu Xun, Uchiyama Kanzō, and the Intellectual World of Shanghai on the Eve of War
Joshua Fogel - Canada Research Chair, Professor, Department of History, York University
Room 241, Rosenkranz Hall
Thursday, Oct. 25th 5:00 PM
Early Cities and Economy: The Development of Urbanism, Regional Politics, and Economic Networks in the Shandong Peninsula before the Rise of Empire
Tuesday, Nov. 6th 12:00 PM
The View from Above: A Computational Method in the Study of Modern China
Charles Chang - Postdoctoral Associate in East Asian Studies and Lecturer in Anthropology
Room 218, East Asia Library, SML
Friday, Nov. 9th 4:00 PM
China’s Rise and the Security of East Asia
Dr. Thomas J. Christensen - Professor of Public & International Affairs and Director of the China and the World Program, Columbia University
Location TBD
Lecture, Special Event
Tuesday, Nov. 13th 4:00 PM
Vernacular Animism: Cartoon Animals and Multiethnic Empire
Dr. Thomas Lamarre - Professor in East Asian Studies & Associate in Art History and Communication Studies, McGill University
Location TBD
Lecture, Special Event
Friday, Nov. 16th 12:00 PM
What Do Japanese People Want From Their Constitution? An Experimental Approach
Kenneth Mori McElwain - Associate Professor, Institute of Social Science, University of Tokyo
Room 241, Rosenkranz Hall
Wednesday, Feb. 13th 4:00 PM
Inaugural Seong-Yawng Park GRD '65 and Marguerite Clark Park Memorial Lecture in Korean Studies
Dr. Victor D. Cha - D.S. Song Chair-KF Endowed Chair in International Affairs in the Department of Government and School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University
Location TBD
Lecture, Special Event
Thursday, Feb. 14th 1:30 PM
Lost Graves and Recycled Mourning Sheds: How the Late Koryŏ Elite Took the Drama Out of Afterlife
Juhn Ahn - Associate Professor of Buddhist and Korean Studies, University of Michigan
Location TBD
Thursday, May. 2nd 4:00 PM
Edwin McClellan Visiting Fellow in Japanese Studies Lecture
Dr. Hideto Tsuboi - Professor, International Research Center for Japanese Studies
Location TBD
Lecture, Special Event
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