Past Events

Friday, Dec. 10th, 2021
Bōnenkai End-of-Year Celebration 2021
Special Event
Tuesday, Dec. 7th, 2021
Should I Stay or Should I Go? Candidate Behavior in Modern Japan
Jordan Hamzawi - Postdoctoral Fellow at Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, Harvard University
Lecture
Japan
Tuesday, Dec. 7th, 2021
Advertising Baby Boys: Racial and Gender Politics of Infant Feeding in Cold War South Korea (1950s-1960s)
Na Sil Heo - Postdoctoral Associate in East Asian Studies and Lecturer in History
Lecture
Korea
Monday, Dec. 6th, 2021
State Expansion and State Retraction at the Sino-Vietnamese Borderlands, 1890s-1950s
Qingfei Yin - Assistant Professor of International History, London School of Economics and Political Science
Lecture
China
Thursday, Dec. 2nd, 2021
The View Out China’s Windows: Channeling Chinese Perspectives on U.S.-China Relations
Kaiser Kuo - Host and Co-founder of The Sinica Podcast
Lecture
China
Wednesday, Dec. 1st, 2021
Pen Pals in Crime: Literary Sinitic Letter Writing in Tokugawa Japan
Yoshitaka Yamamoto - Associate Professor, National Institute of Japanese Literature and The Graduate University for Advanced Studies
Lecture
Japan
Tuesday, Nov. 30th, 2021
Making Minorities on the Sino-Tibetan Borderlands of Early-Maoist China: United Front Gradualism, Revolutionary Impatience, and the (still) Unresolved Legacies of Empire
Benno Weiner - Associate Professor of History, Carnegie Mellon University
Lecture
China
Tuesday, Nov. 30th, 2021
Nuns, Relic Theft, and Power in Medieval Japan
Julia Cross - Postdoctoral Associate in East Asian Studies and Lecturer in Religious Studies
Lecture
Japan
Thursday, Nov. 18th, 2021
Diasporic Routes and Nappy Tales in Okinawa: Reflections on Reading and Writing the Black Pacific
Mitzi Uehara Carter - Assistant Teaching Professor of East Asian Studies and Anthropology, Florida International University
Lecture
Japan
Tuesday, Nov. 16th, 2021
Not Seeing Like an Emperor: The Ambiguity of Trust in Early China
Trenton Wilson - Postdoctoral Associate in East Asian Studies and Lecturer in History
Lecture
China
Monday, Nov. 15th, 2021
Why did Hideyoshi invade Korea in 1592?
Nam-lin Hur - Professor of Asian Studies, The University of British Columbia
Lecture
China, Japan, Korea
Thursday, Nov. 11th, 2021
Between hierarchy and patriarchy: The duality of Chinese bureaucracy in history
Xueguang Zhou - Professor of Sociology; Kwoh-Ting Li Professor in Economic Development and FSI Senior Fellow, Stanford University
Lecture
China
Wednesday, Nov. 10th, 2021
The Historian’s Ink: Writing and Reading Histories of Koryŏ in the Chosŏn (1392–1910)
Graeme R. Reynolds - Korea Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow in East Asian Studies
Lecture
Korea
Tuesday, Nov. 9th, 2021
Decoupling: Gender Injustice in China’s Divorce Courts
Ethan Michelson - Professor of Sociology and Law, Indiana University
Lecture
China
Thursday, Nov. 4th, 2021
Conceptualizing Robotic Agency: Social Robots in Elder Care in Contemporary Japan
Anne Aronsson - Sumitomo Postdoctoral Associate in Japanese Studies and Lecturer in Anthropology
Lecture
Japan
Wednesday, Nov. 3rd, 2021
EALL & EAST Major Information Session
Special Event
China, Japan, Korea, Transregional
Wednesday, Nov. 3rd, 2021
Chinese Whispers? (Disappearing) Communications in People's Republic of China
Xuenan Cao - Postdoctoral Associate in East Asian Studies and Lecturer in East Asian Languages & Literatures
Lecture
China
Wednesday, Oct. 27th, 2021
Criminalizing a culture and a race — the Uyghurs’ struggle to survive China’s concentration camps and prison state
Rayhan Asat - The Maurice R. Greenberg World Fellows Program, Jackson Institute; American Turkic International Lawyers Association
Lecture
China, Transregional
Tuesday, Oct. 26th, 2021
“Prosperity and Stability” meets “Democracy and Freedom”: Contention of Legitimacy to Govern Hong Kong
John D. Wong - Associate Professor of Hong Kong Studies, Hong Kong Institute for the Humanities and Social Sciences, The University of Hong Kong
Lecture
China, Hong Kong
Thursday, Oct. 14th, 2021
National Identity, External Threat, and Online Communication: The Case of Territorial Disputes in Japan
Gento Kato - Japan Foundation CGP Postdoctoral Associate and Lecturer in East Asian Studies
Lecture
Japan
Friday, Oct. 1st, 2021
Workshop on "A Song Everlasting"
Ha Jin - Author
Special Event
China
Thursday, Aug. 12th, 2021
Academic Jobs Outside the U.S.
Moderated by: Emily Baum (Associate Professor of History, UC Irvine) and Denise Y. Ho (Assistant Professor of History, Yale University)
Special Event
China
Monday, Jul. 19th, 2021
Archives, Libraries, and Databases in Taiwan
Moderated by: Emily Baum (Associate Professor of History, UC Irvine); Denise Y. Ho (Assistant Professor of History, Yale University); David Cheng Chang (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)
Special Event
China, Taiwan
Monday, Jun. 28th, 2021
Pivoting to a New Research Topic
Moderated by: Emily Baum (Associate Professor of History, UC Irvine) and Denise Y. Ho (Assistant Professor of History, Yale University)
Special Event
China
Saturday, Jun. 5th, 2021
K-16 Chinese Teachers Workshop on Chinese Language Teaching Pedagogy: Session 3
Dongdong Chen - Associate Professor of Asian Studies, Seton Hall University
Workshop
China
Friday, May. 28th, 2021
The 11th International Conference & Workshops on Technology & Chinese Language Teaching
Conference
China
Saturday, May. 22nd, 2021
K-16 Chinese Teachers Workshop on Chinese Language Teaching Pedagogy: Session 2
Mairead Harris - Chinese Language Instructor, Stowe Middle & High School; Associate Director of the Middlebury Chinese School
Workshop
China
Saturday, May. 15th, 2021
K-16 Chinese Teachers Workshop on Chinese Language Teaching Pedagogy: Session 1
Henry Ruan - Chinese Language Instructor, The Loomis Chaffee School; Board Member of CLTA-GNY
Workshop
China
Saturday, May. 15th, 2021
3rd Yale Master Forum of Chinese Language Teaching: Discussion on Course design and Pedagogy of Interdisciplinary Subjects Workshop
Workshop
China
Friday, May. 14th, 2021
The 6th Ewha-Yale Conference: Connected Things in and beyond Asia
Mimi Yiengpruksawan - Professor of History of Art, Yale University
Conference
Korea, Transregional

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