East Asian Studies Seminar – Inter-Asian Seminar

Gilman 308

Faculty members Dr. Yumi Kim (History) and Dr. Clara Han (Anthropology) will present for the Spring 2024 EAS Graduate Seminar Series. The EAS Seminar is primarily an interdisciplinary workshop for graduate students and faculty to present a pre-circulated work-in-progress. Organized by graduate students, the seminar also hosts methodology workshops, career-building workshops, and undergraduate senior theses […]

East Asian Studies Seminar – EAS Senior Theses

Gilman 308

Undergraduate East Asian Studies major's Calista Huang, Jill Ji, and Amrita Makunda will present their senior theses. The EAS Seminar is primarily an interdisciplinary workshop for graduate students and faculty to present a pre-circulated work-in-progress. Organized by graduate students, the seminar also hosts methodology workshops, career-building workshops, and undergraduate senior theses presentations. The EAS seminar […]

EAS Speaker Series: Darcie Draught-Véjares (Carnegie Endowment for International Peace)

Mergenthaler 266

Beyond Birth Rates: South Korea's Policy Response to Demographic Aging. Examining how demographic shifts shape policy priorities and challenges, Darcie Draught-Véjares from the Asia Program at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, will explore the multifaceted implications of population aging, low birth rates, and shrinking workforce on South Korea's domestic politics and international engagements. By […]

East Asian Studies Speaker Series – Burak Gürel (Koc University, Istanbul, Turkey)

Mergenthaler 266

Labor Unrest in Chinese-Invested Enterprises in Turkey: Local Dynamics and Global Implications. Burak Gürel is an Associate Professor of Sociology and Co-director of the Center for Asian Studies at Koç University in Istanbul, Turkey. China, once a hub for foreign manufacturing investment, has become a major investor in overseas factories and mines. Disputes at Chinese-owned […]

East Asian Studies Seminar – Xueqian Zhang

Gilman 308

Graduate student Xueqian Zhang will present on The First Year Paper for the Spring 2024 EAS Graduate Seminar Series. The EAS Seminar is primarily an interdisciplinary workshop for graduate students and faculty to present a pre-circulated work-in-progress. Organized by graduate students, the seminar also hosts methodology workshops, career-building workshops, and undergraduate senior theses presentations. The EAS seminar […]

East Asian Studies Seminar – Wesley Sampias

Gilman 308

Graduate student Wesley Sampias will present on Rabid Kyoto for the Spring 2024 EAS Graduate Seminar Series. The EAS Seminar is primarily an interdisciplinary workshop for graduate students and faculty to present a pre-circulated work-in-progress. Organized by graduate students, the seminar also hosts methodology workshops, career-building workshops, and undergraduate senior theses presentations. The EAS seminar is free […]

East Asian Studies Seminar – Kevin Kind

Gilman 308

Graduate student Kevin Kind will present on the Military Occupation and Corvee Labor in Colonial Xinjiang, 1877-1911 for the Spring 2024 EAS Graduate Seminar Series. The EAS Seminar is primarily an interdisciplinary workshop for graduate students and faculty to present a pre-circulated work-in-progress. Organized by graduate students, the seminar also hosts methodology workshops, career-building workshops, and undergraduate […]