News & Announcements Archive

EAS Speaker Series: George Kolotov

East Asian Studies, along with the International Studies Program and the Center for Visual Arts, welcomed renowned Kyrgyz photographer George Kolotov on March 10th. Photos from his lecture, “Intersecting Art and Development: Capturing Kyrgyz Lives though a Camera Lens,” can be found here.


EAS SAC Speakers Series Report: China’s Vocational Education Reforms and Tibetian Minority Students

This report is written by senior undergraduate student Sherry Kim, a member of the EAS SAC Speakers and Workshop Committee. The content of this report is based on the lecture presented by Dr. Xia Luo, associate professor at the Southwest University for Nationalities and currently a visiting associate professor at Johns Hopkins University. The talk […]


Student Symposium on Public Health in Asia: “The Price of Progress: Public Health Challenges Arising from an Evolving Asia”

Saturday, February 18, 2017 from 12 PM – 4 PM Charles Common Salon B Co-sponsored by the Bloomberg School of Public Health, the Public Health Studies Program, the International Studies Program, and the East Asian Studies Program The Johns Hopkins University East Asian Studies Program, in collaboration with the International Studies Program and the Bloomberg […]


EAS Speaker Series- Public Health in Asia Symposium: “The Price of Progress: Public Health Challenges Arising from an Evolving Asia”

The Johns Hopkins University East Asian Studies Program, in collaboration with the International Studies Program and the Bloomberg School of Public Health, titled its third annual Public Health in Asia Symposium “The Price of Progress”. The conference brought up the challenges in family therapy, mental health, infectious diseases, and health care and policy coming to […]


EAS Speaker Series: Caleb Carter

Johns Hopkins post-doctoral fellow Caleb Carter delivered a lecture entitled “Between Two Tales: A Demon, a Dragon, and the Formation of a Mountain Deity in Medieval Japan” on February 15th. Photos from the lecture can be found below. Posted by East Asian Studies at Johns Hopkins on Wednesday, February 15, 2017


EAS Speaker Series: Prasenjit Duara

“Transcendence in a Secular World: Asian Traditions and a Sustainable Future” Prasenjit Duara, Duke University Monday, February 6, 2017 from 12 – 1:30 PM Mergenthaler 266 Co-sponsored by the History and Sociology Departments Write-Up Courtesy of Jia Yao Kuek On the 6th of February, Professor Prasenjit Duara of Duke University, visited Johns Hopkins to give […]