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Korean Language Program - Kimbap Workshop

Korean workshop on Friday in 202 Jones Hall, 4:30pm

RSVP required with Princeton credentials (see QR code).

 

"Free Chol Soo Lee" Free Screening and Filmmaker Q&A at the Princeton Garden Theater
Free Screening and Filmmaker Q&A of Free Chol Soo Lee at the Princeton Garden Theater
Friday October 28, 4PM

Followed by a zoom Q&A with the filmmakers, Julie Ha and Eugene Yi
Moderated by Steven Chung (EAS)

In 1970s San Francisco, 20-year-old Korean immigrant Chol Soo Lee is racially profiled…

High-Versity Day event at Princeton University with Democracy Prep Bronx High and Korean Education Center in New York

Collaboration between higher education institutions and K–12 schools leads to pedagogical innovation.  This work allows for the connection of language learning with experiential learning, while building new community partnerships.  This event was generously funded by the AATK Regional Event Support Grant  and the EAS Program…

Ksenia Chizhova awarded book award in Korean Studies

The Center for Korean Studies at UC Berkeley is honored to announce the inaugural winner of the UC Berkeley Hong Yung Lee Book Award in Korean Studies, Kinship Novels of Early Modern Korea: Between Genealogical Time and the Domestic Everyday

Izumigaoka high school students from Ishikawa, Japan visit campus

Thirty-nine high school students came to visit Princeton from Ishikawa, Japan.  Princeton students were able to learn about Japanese culture and the high school students were able to get hands-on information about campus life.

Haikus by Princetonians: Dr. Mayumi Itoh’s haiku workshop returns to Frist

For over five years, students have had the opportunity to work with Dr. Mayumi Itoh to write, recite, and discuss their original haikus in weekly haiku workshops. https://www.dailyprincetonian.com/article…

EAS Newsletter 2022

The EAS annual newsletter announces new graduate students, staff, faculty and lecturers and visitors to the Program in East Asian Studies and the Department of East Asian Studies.

Full version of the newsletter is available for download (

Hamaguchi Conversations

Award Winning Filmmaker Ryusuke Hamaguchi will engage the Princeton University and area-community over the course of a week in residence this September. Visit hamaguchi2022.princeton.edu for details.

EAS Weekly Lunch Colloquium Fall '22 Calendar

Private event, not open to the public. If you wish to be added to the list, please contact Margo Orlando orlando@princeton.edu