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  • Go here and click the video to see Prof. Judith Zeitlin and others interviewed about the University's new Francis and Rose Yuen Center in Hong Kong.

  • On May 2, 2016 two of Japan’s most acclaimed novelists—KAWAKAMI Mieko and FURUKAWA Hideo—visited Harumi Lory’s Advanced Japanese class as part of a campus visit by a delegation from Monkey Business: New Writing from Japan. Students engaged the visitors in a lively 90-minute conversation in Japanese about fiction writing, translation, and contemporary Japanese culture.

  • Tom Kelly and Committee members celebrate his June, 2017, dissertation defense.  Pictured from left, Professors Haun Saussy and Judith Zeitlin, Tom, and Prof. Reginald Jackson from the University of Michigan.  Present via Skype was Prof. Dorothy Ko of Barnard.  Tom will be going on to Assistant Professor and Post-Doctoral Fellow positions at University of Michigan and at Amherst College.

  • Alexander Murphy will be going to Japan for two weeks in July 2017 with a CEAS pre-dissertation research grant to explore archival holdings in Tokyo and Kyoto in preparation for a dissertation project centering on the transnational terrain of popular performance and media culture in modern Japan. The image is of the Nisei Japanese-American performer Kawabata Fumiko, whose career in Japan Alex hopes to examine as part of the project. 

  • The Center for the Art of East Asia in the Department of Art History is pleased to announce the release of the Tianlongshan Caves Project website.   Go to our Events tab for more information.

  • Newly-minted PhD Carly Buxton with professors Paola Iovene and Kyeong-hee Choi at the spring 2016 Convocation.

  • Wu Hung, Harrie A. Vanderstappen Distinguished Service Professor in Art History and East Asian Languages and Civilizations, leads students on an excursion to the Forbidden City in Beijing.

  • PhD student, Emily Yoon, awarded the 2017 Offen Poetry Prize. See the News Page for more information.

  • Undergraduates in the Chicago in Beijing Program, 2016. 

  • Wu Hung, Harrie A. Vanderstappen Distinguished Service Professor in Art History and East Asian Languages and Civilizations, leads students on an excursion to the Forbidden City in Beijing.