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Updated 3/30/2020 by MARTIN KERN (Chair, Department of East Asian Studies) All non-teaching EAS events on campus (public lectures, workshops, conferences, etc.) scheduled from now until April 30 are officially cancelled. We will update this notice once we receive new guidance from the...

CANCELLED

At noon on March 11th, there will be a departmental colloquium seminar in Jones 202 at which Franz Prichard in the Department of East Asian Studies will speak.

At noon on March 4th, there will be a departmental colloquium seminar in Jones 202 at which Sheldon Garon in the Department of History and East Asian Studies will speak.

Fri, Mar 6, 2020 (1:30-5:30) to Sat, Mar 7, 2020 (All day). LOCATION: 202 Jones. This international workshop brainstorms about the recent wave of scholarship on the bombing wars experienced in Japan and China from 1932 to 1945.  Joining the several East Asia specialists will be two scholars, Paul Saint-Amour and Dietmar Süss, whose books on...

Mon, Mar 2, 2020, 4:30 pm. LOCATION: 202 Jones
SPEAKER: Sujung Kim (DePauw University)

Buddhist Studies Workshop Lecture by Sujung Kim (DePauw University). Kim is the author of the new book SHINRA MYŌJIN AND BUDDHIST NETWORKS OF THE EAST ASIAN “MEDITERRANEAN”. Co-sponsored by the Departments of Religion and East Asian Studies.

At noon on February 26, there will be a departmental colloquium seminar in Jones 202 at which He Bian in the Department of History and East Asian Studies will speak.

Sat, Feb 22, 2020, 10:30 am LOCATION: 202 Jones
SPEAKER: Seung Hae Kang (Yonsei University)

Wed, Feb 19, 2020, 4:30 pm. LOCATION: 202 Jones
SPEAKER: Nathan Shokey (Bard College)

Tue, Feb 25, 2020, 8:00 pm LOCATION: Taplin Auditorium, Fine Hall. SPEAKER(S): Yihan Chen, Min Xiao-fen, Howie Kenty, François-Thibaut Pencenat, composer, pipa, co-composer, lighting

A night of Chinese poetry by the female poet Li Qingzhao 李清照 (1084-c.1155 CE) through music. First performance of the endangered Changzhou recitation...

At noon on February 19, there will be a departmental colloquium seminar in Jones 202 at which Amy Borovoy in the Department of East Asian Studies will speak.

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