Midori Yoshimoto, Associate Professor of Art History and Gallery Director New Jersey City University “Japanese Women Artists and Feminism” Co-sponsored by Art History Thursday, March 26 | 6-7:30 PM | Gilman 50
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CAREERS IN EAST ASIA FOREIGN POLICY Young Professional Career Panel Tuesday, February 25, 2020 | 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM | Mergenther 266 Organized by the Korea Economic Institute of America Sponsored by the JHU Program in East Asian Studies Kathryn Botto is a research analyst in the Asia Program at the Carnegie Endowment for […]
Sponsored by the Korea Economic Institute of America and the JHU East Asian Studies Program GETTING TO A NORMAL NORTH KOREA: Six-Party Talks Simulation Tuesday, February 25, 2020 | 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM As government representatives, participants in the simulation are tasked to reach a comprehensive agreement for North Korea’s denuclearization as one of […]
Kinship, Gender, and the State in the Shadow of War The Korean War in comparative perspective in Mergenther 266. Co-Sponsored by East Asian Studies and the Study of Women, Gender, and Sexuality, this two-day symposium on “Kinship, Gender, and the State in the Shadow of War” (Feb. 20-21) features a series of talks that put […]
On Wednesday, February 19th from 7-8:30 PM, the Parkway Theater will be hosting a viewing of the film, Ryeohaeng, followed by a Q&A with filmmaker Im Heung-soon himself. Ryeohaeng means “journey” in the North Korean dialect. Ryeohaeng (2016) is a film that mixes fiction and documentary. It tells the stories of women refugees from North […]
Leading China Tech expert Samm Sacks will give two talks through the program in East Asian Studies on Tuesday 2/11/20. At noon, she will speak informally about her career journey from Chinese literature major to Chinese technology expert. From 4-5:30 pm, she will speak on the issue of data in the US-China technology relationship. Both […]
A pair of fabulous lions helped East Asian Studies launch the Year of the Rodent at the Glass Pavilion! Thanks to the Student Advisory Committee for organizing a fun and festive event!
Read, “America must invest in knowledge infrastructure to address global challenges“, Professor Tobie Meyer-Fong’s opinion piece in The Hill.
With generous support from the Chiang Ching-Kuo Foundation and the History Department at Johns Hopkins University–and additional support from the Departments of History of Medicine and History of Science and Technology and the East Asian Studies Program, a workshop–to be held at Johns Hopkins University on December 5-6 (starting at 2 pm on December 5, […]
October 1, 2019 | 4-5:30 PM | Megenthaler 266 | Co-sponsored by History of Medicine Dr. Paul Unschuld is the director of the Horst-Goertz Endowment Institute for the Theory, History, and Ethics of Chinese Life Sciences at Charité Universitätsmedizin in Berlin. Dr. Unschuld began his career at Johns Hopkins as an associate professor in 1976 […]