Congratulations to Dake Kang and Shauna Moore for winning the 2016 Asada Eiji B.A. Thesis Prizes! Dake Kang's paper is titled "Not So Revolutionary: Soviet Inspiration and Military Justifications for the Planning and Construction of Beijing's First Subway Line, 1950-1969", and Shauna Moore's paper is titled "Sore Na!: Youth Politeness Strategies on Japanese Video Blogs".
Featuring Don Belt, Professor of Journalism at the University of Richmond and former Senior Editor of National Geographic magazine, this year's 9th Annual International Education Conference (IEC) which took place on Friday, April 8th, focused on providing K-16 educators innovative ways to engage students in storytelling, critical thinking, cultural literacy, and digital media learning. Through dynamic presentations, dialogues, and classroom activities, teachers gained practical and innovative curriculum ideas that will guide students to make connections to the larger stories of th
The Japan Committee of the University of Chicago is pleased to announce the 2016 Early Modern Japan Summer Workshop: Reading Kuzushiji. The workshop will meet from June 13th-17th and will be led by Professor Ken’ichiro Aratake of Tohoku University’s Northeast Asia Center.
The Center for East Asian Studies welcomed over 100 University of Chicago faculty, students, alumni, and friends at a reception at the 2016 Association for Asian Studies (AAS) Conference held in Seattle, Washington. The reception was a gathering that brought together scholars and professionals interested in East Asia and the study of Asia, who traveled to Seattle for the 75th Annual AAS Conference.
CEAS is pleased to announce the launch of its official Twitter page!
We are excited to continue working to enhance opportunities to foster communication and collaboration among the community of faculty members and students at the University of Chicago and throughout the wider East Asian Studies community since 1961.
Be sure to follow us today at https://twitter.com/UChicagoCEAS.