The University of Chicago Library East Asian Collection Launches New Homepage

The University of Chicago Library East Asian Collection is excited to announce the launch of its new homepage.  Created through the combined efforts of members at the East Asian Collection and Digital Library Development Center (DLDC), the new homepage contains more information and a user-centered interface for accessing CJK materials.  The side bar on the main page includes links to sections for Chinese, Japanese, and Korean collection information; electronic resources pages; a

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Faculty Spotlight: Judith Zeitlin

Judith Zeitlin 蔡九迪 began studying Chinese language and literature out of intellectual curiosity back in the late 1970s, and this sense of adventure, of exploring new worlds and new possibilities, continues to fuel her research and animate her many collaborations with scholars, students, and artists.

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Zhiying Ma Selected as a Ford Foundation Global Fellow

CEAS faculty and Assistant Professor at the University of Chicago Crown Family School of Social Work, Policy, and Practice, Zhiying Ma, was selected as part of the Ford Foundation's 2021 class of Ford Global Fellows.

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2021-22 Spotlight Taiwan Program Lectures

The Center for East Asian Studies at the University of Chicago is pleased to be cooperating once again with the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Chicago (otherwise known as TECO) to present lectures to showcase important scholarship about Taiwan. CEAS is grateful to co-sponsor the below events with support from the Taiwan Ministry of Culture and TECO through their dedicated Spotlight Taiwan Program. 

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U.S.-China Forum Convenes Leading UChicago and Chinese Scholars to Explore Inequality and Social Welfare

This year's U.S.-China Forum: Addressing Inequality and Promoting Social Welfare will explore the ways in which social policy and social service provision are leveraged to address social problems in the U.S. and China.  Taking place November 16 through November 18, the forum will host a series of panel discussions and explore government policy in response to a range of social issues, the ways in which policy and program delivery are implemented on the ground, and the shifting division of labor among state, market, and civil society actors in social welfare provision.

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