Photos from the East Asian Studies End-of-Year Luncheon! (Photo Credit: Sydney Morgan)… Thanks to the EAS Student Advisory Committee for their excellent presentations, to Kanita Tavares for beautiful arrangements, and to all who turned out to show support for the graduating seniors! Congratulations to all East Asian Studies Seniors! SO proud of the work you […]
News & Announcements Archive
Are you an EAS major? Are you interested in playing a leadership role in the intellectual and social life of the program? If so consider joining the Student Advisory Committee’s Speaker Committee, Social Committee, or the Public Health in Asia Symposium Committee. If you have new ideas for SAC projects, send an email if you are interested […]
Professor Kent Calder cordially invites the Homewood East Asian Studies community to attend one of the Reischauer Center’s final events of the year. The seminar will take place this Friday from 9:30am until 3:30pm, and is titled “Advancing U.S.-Japan Relations in a Changing Washington.” The keynote speaker will be Dr. Tomohiko Taniguchi who is currently Special Advisor to […]
James Flowers, PhD student in History of Medicine, has been awarded t James Flowers has been awarded a Postdoctoral Fellow in Expository Writing at Hopkins for 2019-2020!
The East Asian Studies Program is excited to announce that Andrea Worden will return as the William S. Reinsch Practitioner-Instructor for Fall 2019. Andréa Worden, J.D., M.A., is a human rights advocate and consultant, writer, and translator. She previously held positions as Senior Counsel/General Counsel of the Congressional-Executive Commission on China (CECC), Advocacy Director of […]
Congratulations to Yunchen Tian, PhD student in Political Science. He has been awarded the 2019 Japan Foundation dissertation fellowship. He will begin his field research in Japan this fall.
12:00 pm | Mergenthaler 266 “Asia’s New Developmentalism: The Rise of the Networked Techno-National State,” Kathryn Ibata-Arens (DePaul University) Synopsis: Asia is at the center of the fast-growing biomedical industry. What explains the rapid rise of such Asian countries as China, India, Japan, and Singapore in the biomedical space? Ibata-Arens integrates global and national data […]
The Arrighi center for global Studies & East Asian studies program present: Labor In China, Past and Present in Mergenthaler 426 9:30 – Welcome and Coffee 10:00 – 12:00 CHina’s Old Working Class “Changes in the combination of mental and manual labor in Chinese state-owned enterprises” Wenzhu Liu, Jilin University “Institutionalized factional contention in Chinese […]
The East Asian Studies Program cordially invites you to a talk by Carma Hinton, Robinson Professor of Art History at George Mason University and co-director of “The Gate of Heavenly Peace,” the critically acclaimed documentary film about the 1989 Tiananmen Square protests. 5–6:30 p.m., Sherwood Room, Levering Hall. Light refreshments will be served.
Christopher Nelson of the University of North Carolina delivers his talk, “Phantom Japan: Okamoto Taro and the Spectacle of Action and Abjection.”