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CEAS rounds up 2015 with brand new titles!

New CEAS titles: CEAS 173 Portrait of a Suburbanite, CEAS 177 Voices of Taiwanese Women: Three Contemporary Plays, CEAS 178 Reading Wang Wenxing: Critical Essays, CEAS 180 1943: China at the...

Basile Zimmermann

Cornell Chronicle promotes last CCCI lecture of the semester on November 16

CCCI will host its last speaker of the fall semester Nov. 16, at 4:30 p.m. in Kaufmann Auditorium, Goldwin Smith Hall. Basile Zimmermann, assistant professor of Chinese studies at the University of...

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Department of Linguistics to hold workshop "Relative Clauses: Relatives in East Asia and Beyond"

EAP Associate Director John Whitman to host a linguistics workshop at Cornell "Workshop on Relative Clauses: Relatives in East Asia and Beyond," Saturday and Sunday, November 14 and 15. Several...

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EAP Korean Studies Speaker Series: Pilhwa Chang (Ewha) "Women Meet: Coming From Two Koreas and Two Chinas"

The EAP Korean Studies Speaker Series presents a talk by Professor Pilhwa Chang, Professor of Women's Studies and Director of the Asian Center for Women's Studies at Ewha Womans University. "Women...

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Visiting Professor Eun-shil Kim Holds Workshop on Gender and Sexuality

EAP Korea Foundation Visiting Professor Eun-shil Kim (Ewha Womans University) hosted a public workshop Friday, October 30th that brought four scholars of gender and sexuality in Korea to discuss how...

Jessica Chen Weiss

EAP faculty Jessica Chen Weiss testifies before U.S. House Committee on Foreign Affairs

Jessica Chen Weiss, Associate Professor in Government, was invited by the U.S. House Committee on Foreign Affairs to testify regarding the economics of international food aid and the realities of...

Maria Repnikova

Cornell Daily Sun features CCCI lecture with Maria Repnikova

In an article titled "Lecture highlights Press-Government Relationship in China," the Cornell Daily Sun highlighted the critical arguments of our CCCI lecture with Maria Repnikova (University of...

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Cornell Undergraduates - KAKEHASHI Project Japan Study Tour January 18-25, 2016

Freshman, Sophomores, and Juniors. Ever thought about going to Japan, but couldn’t figure out how? Apply via Cornell Abroad for an all-expense* paid week-long tour to JAPAN!

Undergraduate and funding for off-campus experiences

The Off-Campus Opportunities Fund (OCOF) is a common application for undergraduate students seeking financial support for off-campus experiences.

CCCI Lecture Series Fall 2015

Cornell Contemporary China Initiative Lecture Series launches September 14!

Come join us this semester for the Cornell Contemporary China Initiative Lecture Series every Monday at 4:30pm in Kaufmann Auditorium (G64 Goldwin Smith Hall)!

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Invitation to Collaborate in the "Memory Project" Performance Workshop

Join internationally acclaimed documentary artist Wu Wenguang in a workshop and performance at the Schwartz Center! September 14-26, with nightly weeknight sessions leading up to a public performance...

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Cornell Classical Chinese Colloquium

Fall 2015 and past events in the Cornell Classical Chinese Colloquium (CCCC).

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International Fair

Wednesday, September 2, 2015, from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm, First Floor Terrace, Uris Hall. New and returning students are invited to discover the many options to internationalize their studies at...

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Kudos: Deokhyo Choi wins ICAS Best Dissertation Prize

Congratulations to former EAP grad student Deokhyo Choi, whose History Ph.D. dissertation Crucible of the post-empire: decolonization, race, and Cold War politics in U.S.-Japan-Korea relations, 1945-...

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Korean Arts & Culture events at the Society for the Humanities

Two lectures and a round-table workshop with Youngmin Kim, Alex Taek-Gwang Lee, and Timothy Murray. Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, September 14-16, at the A.D. White House.

HIST 1990

Two course offerings on East Asian Martial Arts for Fall 2015!

Professor TJ Hinrichs (History) will be teaching two courses on martial arts this fall semester! HIST 1990: Martial Arts in Practice on Wednesdays from 6-7pm at Wendy Purcell Lounge, Robert Purcell...

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One-time opportunity! Eun-shil Kim course "Korea through gender and sexuality"

Fall 2015 semester only. Professor Eun-shil Kim (Ewha Womans University) will be teaching her course "Studying Contemporary Korea through Gender and Sexuality" (ANTHR 4021/FGSS 4121/ASIAN 4421;...

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Anthropology course this fall "Minorities and majorities in Asia"

Fall 2015 Anthropology 3546/Asian Studies 3345 MINORITIES AND MAJORITIES IN ASIA Tuesday & Thursday 125-240pm. Instructor: Magnus Fiskesjö.

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The EAP Listserv

The EAP listserv,, announces events and keeps our community up-to-date with goings on in the East Asia Program. Here are instructions for subscribing to and unsubscribing from...