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ASIAN 3308: Issues in Contemporary China, SP '15

Cornell Contemporary China Initiative Lecture Series is a new weekly lecture series sponsored by the East Asia Program. Launching in the spring 2015 semester, it will feature interdisciplinary talks by scholars and public intellectuals on contemporary issues in China. ASIAN 3308 is a one-credit undergraduate seminar course keyed to this new series. Students will attend several foundation-setting lectures by the instructor, then attend the weekly talks & write short assignments.

EAP Area Studies Fellowships

As a major conduit of graduate support, the East Asia Program offers a number of EAP Area Studies Fellowships to Cornell graduate students whose work has an East Asia focus. The applications for these summer or next academic year fellowships are due at the beginning of February. Recommendations must be arranged and submitted prior to the application deadline.

Essays From 2012 Islam in China Workshop Published in the Journal "Cross-Currents"

Essays from the April 2012 workshop The Everyday Life of Islam: Islam in China, organized by EAP faculty member Allen Carlson and EAP graduate student Matthew Erie and sponsored by the EAP, have been published as a special section of the journal "Cross-Currents: East Asian History and Culture Review" (University of Hawai'i Press).