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UPCOMING EVENTS Feature
Brown Bag Lecture
"Intimate Rivals: Japanese Domestic Politics and a Rising China"
Sheila A Smith
Moderated by Gerald L. Curtis
Thurs. March 5
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

TO BE RE-SCHEDULED
IAB, RM 918

No registration required

Digital Humanities Workshop
"Ritsumeikan University’s Art Research Center and Digital Humanities Center in Japanese Arts and Culture"
Fri. March 6
1:00 PM - 5:30 PM
IAB, RM 918

No registration required

Brown Bag Lecture
"Modalities of the Fiscal State in Imperial China"
Thurs. March 12
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
Kent, RM 403

No registration required

 

 

WEAI Director
Eugenia Lean

Regional Expertise:
China | Japan | Korea | Mongolia | Southeast Asia | Taiwan | Tibet

 

See Complete Video of Gerald L. Curtis's Tenth Annual Lecture on Japanese Politics Here.

WEAI Senior Research Scholar Joel Wit is cited in an editorial about North Korea in The New York Times.

WEAI professors Gerald L. Curtis and Takatoshi Ito discuss Japan's economy in Fortune.

WEAI's Duncan McCargo is interviewed about Thailand's politics in the Georgetown Journal of Asian Affairs.

The University of Texas's Humanities Institute reports on the 2015 Ho Distinguished Lecture by WEAI Director Eugenia Lean

WEAI professor Xiaobo Lü talks about China's corruption crackdown with The Guardian.

Study of the WEAI Taming Tibet: Landscape Transformation and the Gift of Chinese Development by Emily T. Yeh Receives the 2015 E. Gene Smith Book Prize from the AAS.

WEAI professor Gerald Curtis discusses the current political situation in Japan with Reuters

WEAI professor Charles K. Armstrong discusses potential talks between North and South Korea in Newsweek

WEAI professor Charles K. Armstrong talks about North Korea's representation in the media with The New York Times

WEAI professor Gerald Curtis discusses the impact of Japan's snap election with the Associated Press, The Washington Post, and Reuters.

The Reed, Winter 2015 edition available for pick up at WEAI or online now.

WEAI professor Charles K. Armstrong receives the 2014 John K. Fairbank Prize.

Read about the "Beyond Modernity: Understanding Change in China" Conference in honor of Professor Madeleine Zelin here

Professor Carol Gluck has been named the 2014-15 Cleveringa Professor at Leiden University

 

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