JHU's 1st Hopkins-in-Nanjing cohort (l-r, Elaine Yu, Luke Kanter, and Duncan Crystal) after completing the 2012 Shanghai International Marathon!

JHU Business in China Association with U.S. Under Secretary of State Wendy Sherman

News and Announcements

  • The Spring 2014 EAS Speakers Series is underway. See the list of events here.
  • Dr. Marvin OttDr. Marvin Ott, a perennial JHU Adjunct professor who teaches Southeast Asia and US Security has recently published a paper titled, "The Imperative for an American Strategy for Southeast Asia"

  • Please enjoy the latest episode of "In Other Words," featuring an interview with the editor of Late Imperial China (and EAS Professor), Tobie Meyer-Fong, as she discusses the special issue inspired by Charlotte Furth on Gender and Medicine: http://www.press.jhu.edu/journals/in_other_words.html View the Johns Hopkins Press blog post about it, here: jhupressblog.com/2013/07/22/in-other-words-late-imperial-china/

  • The 19th "Ask the Ambassador" video series of the US Embassy to Seoul, South Korea featuring selected East Asian Studies majors is now available for public view. One small mistake though: the Ambassador originally thought that the questions were from SAIS students, but the actual questions in the video are from East Asian Studies students.

    We thank EAS major, Dennis (Chan Min) Hong '15, for taking the initiative in making this happen! Please click here to watch.

  • Dennis Chan Min HongCongratulations to Dennis (Chan Min) Hong '15, an East Asian Studies and International Studies double major from South Korea, who has been recently accepted to the 5-Year accelerated BA/MA program with the Johns Hopkins Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS)! As part of the program, Dennis will spend his senior year at the Hopkins-Nanjing Center, receiving a certificate in Chinese and American Studies and complete his M.A. in International Economics and China Studies with Asia IR Specialization in the following year. Dennis' area of academic interests include Chinese and Korean history, politics, and their foreign relations in the Asia-Pacific region.

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