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Korean Game Night 2022

Date: April 13 - Korean Game Night 2022, hosted by Korean Language Program in East Asian Studies, features live Korean music/dance performances and hands-on games (introduced in “Squid Game” (2021), Netflix). Open to Princeton Community. No advance registration and Korean language proficiency required. Wonderful prizes are waiting for you!…

"Polyglot Translators: Chinese, Dutch, and Japanese in the Introduction of Western Learning in Tokugawa Japan"

At noon on April 6, there will be a departmental colloquium in which Martin Heijdra, Director of Princeton University's East Asian Library, will speak.

This is an invitation-only event, not open to the public.

"Polyglot Translators: Chinese, Dutch, and Japanese in the Introduction of Western Learning in Tokugawa Japan"

At noon on April 6, there will be a departmental colloquium in which Martin Heijdra, Director of Princeton University's East Asian Library, will speak.

This is an invitation-only event, not open to the public.

Martin Kern named vice-president of American Oriental Society

Martin Kern, the Joanna and Greg Zeluck ’84 P13 P18 Professor in Asian Studies, was elected Vice-President of the American Oriental Society for 2022-23, to become President of the Society for 2023-24. The American Oriental Society, founded in 1842, is the oldest learned society in the United States devoted to a particular field of scholarship.

EAS Sophomore Open House
Join us Monday, March 21st 4-5pm in Jones Hall 202 for the EAS Sophomore Open House! Food will be provided!
Venice-Princeton Summer School in Classical Chinese and Classical Japanese/Kanbun

The Summer School in Classical Chinese and Classical Japanese/Kanbun is unique in its kind. Organised in collaboration with Princeton University, it offers two tracks of comprehensive, grammar-focused instruction taught by Faculty members from both Ca' Foscari and Princeton.  The programme is designed especially for students…

"Reincarnating Banished Immortals: Su Shi as Avatar of Li Bai, and Their Avatars in the Jurchen Jin Dynasty"

At noon on December 1st, there will be a departmental colloquium in which Ph.D. Candidate, Lili Xia in the Department of East Asian Studies, will speak.

This is an invitation-only event, not open to the public.

Korean Language Program - Kimbap Workshop

Students enjoyed an evening of cultural and language exchange at the annual Kimbap Workshop hosted by the Korean Language Program on November 18, 2021. Kimbap (김밥), seaweed rice rolls, is a popular snack or packed meal in Korea and can be filled with various ingredients, including carrots, ham, egg, cucumber, pickled radish, crab legs, tuna,…

Professors Martin Kern and Brian Steininger and their class (HUM233) East Asian Humanities I: The Classical Foundations

Professors Martin Kern and Brian Steininger took their HUM233 undergraduate class to visit one of the Princeton Art Museum's most precious artifacts. The scroll is an undated (most likely 7th century) copy of a fourth-century Chinese calligraphy by "the sage of Chinese calligraphy," Wang Xizhi (303…

Atsuko Ueda promoted to Professor

The Princeton University Board of Trustees has approved the promotion of Atsuko Ueda effective July 1, 2021.

https://www.princeton.edu/news/2021/09/29/board-approves-four-faculty-promotions