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Center for East Asian Studies
Mizoguchi film "Ugetsu monogatari
"Shanghai and the Global Imagination"
film showing: "Broken birds: an epic longing"
Mizoguchi Film "Street of Shame"
"The rise of the yuan- experts speak on the Chinese currency"
CEAS graduate student info session
CEAS Undergraduate Student Info Session
CEAS undergraduate student info session
Huashen: how Daoist masters change into gods
WUN contemporary China center video seminar: Resources, Development, and Environment: A Tangle of Contradictions?
Mizoguchi film: Sansho the Bailiff
Finding the center Zen Buddhism workshop
Finding the center musical and Zen performance
The lyrical in Epic time: the music and poetry of Jiang Wenye
WUN contemporary China center video seminar The rural-urban boundary in China
Panel discussion: Hu's on first but who and what else
Soft power and its perils: U.S. cultural policy in early postwar Japan and permanent dependency
Millennialism in early China: How divine authority was transformed into historiography
WUN contemporary China center video seminar: Changing Media,changing politics
International academic symposium Law and democratization in Taiwan and South Korea
(10/19/2007 - 10/20/2007)
Mizoguchi film: The life of Oharu
Cognitive study of Chinese syntactic structure and its pedagogical significance
The origin of Sumo: a case study of the cultural relations among China, India and Japan
WUN contemporary China center video seminar: Gender and changing opportunities in China
Virtuous courtesans in the public eye: Rhetoric of female worthies in seventeenth century china
WUN contemporary China center video seminar Chinese administrative law in comparative perspective
Film screening: The Host
International academic symposium competition and collaboration in Edo print culture: a new perspective
Artist colloquium: Do -HO Suh
Global connectivity and consumer behanior
WUN Contemporary China Center Video Seminar: China's economic rise and the prospects of democratization
(11/7/2007 - 11/7/2008)
Mizoguchi film: Utamaro and his five women
Standing up to the past: literature, humor, and EDO prints
Sacrifice and divination in warring states China: the case of Baoshan
ULLSU Korean Folk Drumming
WUN Contemporary China Center Video Seminar: Remapping Beijing: Polylocality, Globalization, Cinema
Mizoguchi film: "The Story of the Last Chrysanthemums"
Taiwanese Film Festival: "A Night of Magic: The Lantern Festival in Taiwan," "Taiwan Portrait: Dharma Master Cheng Yen," "Tropical Fish," "Let It Be," "Taiwan Portrait: King Liu," "Matsu- Taiwan's Guardian Goddess of the Sea"
(11/26/2007 - 11/29/2007)
Mizoguchi film: Sisters of Gion
"WWII Japan: Comparing the lenses of anthropology and history"
WUN Contemporary China Center Video Seminar: Gender at Work in China's Urban Work Units
"Contemporary Transnational Popular Cultural Traffic between Japan and Korea"
WUN Contemporary China Video Seminar: "China, North Korea and the Emerging Security Order in Northeast Asia"
"Emotional Infectivity: Cyborg Affect and the Limits of the Human"
"The Internet and Mobile Phones in Rural China"
"Full Limited Animation"
Modern Korea: Literary and Cinematic Film Screening "My Heart"
WUN Contemporary China Center Video Seminar: "Vulnerability to Environmental Change, Linking Local Cases with Global Models"
Epidemiology, Social Sciences and the Spread of HIV/AIDS in China
"Can Schools be Hijacked?: High School Life on the Eve of the South Korea's April Revolution (1960)"
"Making Heroes out of Losers: Creating Meiji Restoration History in Local Japan"
"the Print Industry in Early Korea"
WUN Contemporary China Center Video Seminar: "Globalization, China, and Post-1997 Hong Kong Cinema
"Are China's and India's Growth Miracles Built to Last?"
"A Conversation with Mimi Ito," "The Social Life of Mobile Media"
Undergraduate Student Information Session
"Kamishibai and the National/Social Imaginary in Modernizing Japan."
"The Life Story of Ch'oe Yong-suk and the Politics of Gender and Identity in Colonial Korea"
"Ships in Distress and Acts of Authority: Faxian, Vajrabodhi, and the Narrative Function of Satyakirya"
Film Screening: "Peppermint Candy"
"The Literary Lives (and Deaths) of Chinese Buddhist Nuns at Baoshan"
Film Screening: "The Way Home"
"Free Trade in China: An American Economic/Political Perspective."
"Togawa Yoshio Oral History: Maoism, Sinology, and Gender in Postwar Japan."
American College Dance Festival Association North-Central Regional Conference Global Dance Concert
"Does Social Context Affect Second-Language Acquisition?"
"Japan's Motorcycle Wars: Success, Failure, and Industrial progress in Postwar Japan."
Film screening: "P'airan"
University Theater Youth production "Dragonwings"
(3/29/2008 - 4/5/2008)
"The Geisha's Forbidden Comicbook: Gender, Advertising, and the Visual-Verbal Imagination in Early Modern Japan."
"Traditional Narration and Literary Treatmen: Centering on the Narration on the Chinese Cultural Revolution and American Jewish Consciousness Novels after the Holocaust."
"The Function of Suffix-s in Archaic Chinese."
"The Grammaticalization of the BA Construction"
"Autonomy through Social Networks: Law, Politics, and the New Media 1931-1957."
Africa/China Symposium: Africa Encounters Global China
"Markdedness and Second Language Acquisition."
"Strange Creatures of Chu: Antlered Tomb Sculptures of the Warring States Period."
"Exploring the Origins of Mandarin Chinese."
"Korean Economy: Opportunities in Current Asia."
Korean Tang Soo Do Lecture: Korean Martial Arts History and Philosophy
"Ins and Outs" Evidence from Adverbials, Applicatives, Light Verbs, and Object Fronting in Chinese."
"Technologies of War and Masculine Identities: The Introduction and Diffusion of Guns."
Sustaining Rapid Growth: Policy Challenges for China
Celebrating Empire, Fighting War The 1940 Exposition in Late Colonial Korea. Todd Henry-Assistant Professor of Modern East Asian History at Colorado State University
Undergraduate Advising Pizza Lunch
Introduction to East Asian Traditional Dress and Korean Crafts. Dr. Jung Uk Rhee from Dongguk University, Seoul, Korea
Graduate Advising Pizza Lunch
CEAS Film Series Farewell, My ConcubineDirected by Chen Kaige, 1993
CEAS Film Series Red SorghumDirected by Zhang Yimou, 1987
Heaven as a Source for Ethical Warrant in Early Confucianism. Philip J. Ivanhoe-Professor at City University of Hong Kong Specializing in Neo-Confucianism
CEAS Film Series Happy TogetherDirected by Wong Kar-Wai
Globalization is an Alien Conspiracy On Jang Joon-Hwans Save the Green Planet. Peter Paik-Associate Professor of Comparative Literature at UW-Milwaukee
Teacher Training Workshop for K-16 Chinese Language Instructors 2008
Painting the Invisible World Literary and Theatrical Perspectives on Luo Pings Ghost Amusement Scrolls. Judith Zeitlin-Professor in Chinese Literature and East Asian Languages and Civilizations at the University of Chicago
CEAS Film Series The Presidents Last BangDirected by Im Sang-Soo, 2005
The Consolation of Suffering and Zhang Yimous film To Live. Jian Xu-Associate Professor of Comparative Literature at UW-Milwaukee
CEAS Film Series My Beautiful Girl, MariDirected by Lee Seong-Kang, 2002
The Painter-Sage, Wu Daozi, and the Practice of Religious Painting in China. Poul Andersen-Associate Professor of Religion at the University of Hawaii - Manoa
The Uses of Disguise, Deception, and Deceit New Mishima Play Translations. Larry Kominz-Director of the Center for Japanese Studies at Portland State University
Aging and Family in Japan - Continuity and Change. Kimiko Tanaka-Research Associate in the Department of Sociology at UW-Madison
CEAS Film Series Love LetterDirected by Shunji Iwai, 1995
The View from the Tower of Crossing Sails Female Informants in Qing Tales of the Strange. Rania Huntington-Visiting Associate Professor of Chinese LiteratureDepartment of East Asian Languages and LiteratureUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison
From Desire to Sympathy Poetic Representations of Women through the Third Century. Hu Qiulei-Ph.D. Candidate, Harvard University
CEAS Film Series Millenium ActressDirected by Satoshi Kon, 2001
Economic Restructuring and Changes in Job Mobility Patterns in Japan. Wei Hsin Yu-Assistant Professor of Sociology at University of Texas at Austin
The Courtesan as Nonconformist A Case Study of Wang Wei. Xu Sufeng-Visiting Assistant Professor, Hamilton College
Writing for Print Production and Circulation of Literary Texts in Seventeenth-Century China. Son Suyoung-Ph.D. Candidate, University of Chicago
Study Abroad Information Session China Summer History Program.
Study Abroad Information Session China History Summer Program.
Digging Out Kirino Natsuos Archaeological Fiction. Rebecca Copeland-Professor of Japanese Literature at Washington University in St. Louis
Chinas Inevitable Revolution Rethinking Americas Loss to the Communists, 1945-1949. Guest Lecture Thomas Lutze
Population Decline and Retreat from Marriage in Japan. Brown Bag Lunch Miho Iwasawa
The Korean Wave in Global Pop Culture. Guest Lecture Eun Young Jung
Chinas Crony Communism. Guest Lecture Bruce DicksonProfessor of Political Science and International Affairs at George Washington University
Forum The Asian Narrative and Revolutionary Martial Arts in Performance--Nogaku to Shaolin Narratives Stories as Combat. Guest Lecture Ruth Margraff - Associate Professor of Writing at the School of the Art Institute Chicago
(3/4/2009 - 3/6/2009)
Representing the Others Wartime Animation Films of China and Japan. Daisy Yan Du-Ph. D Candidate at the Department of East Asian Languages and Literature
Undergraduate Pizza Luncheon
Graduate Pizza Luncheon
Exporting Uncertainty How Chinas Governance Impacts the World. Guest Speaker David Kelly-Australian Scholar of Contemporary Chinese Politics and Thought
Maundy Thursday Directed by Song Hae-Seong, 2006. CEAS Film Series
Tokyo Tower-Mom and Me, and Sometimes Dad Directed by Joji Matsuoka, 2007. CEAS Film Series
Reconstructing a Musical Self Jewish Immigrants in Republican China. Jeremy Leong-UW Ph.D student.
Happiness Directed by Heo Jin-Ho, 2007. CEAS Film Series
Unable or Unwilling to Forget Historical Memory and Korean Nationalism. Guest Lecture Michael Robinson-Professor in the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures at Indiana University-Bloomington
Portraits of Su Shi as an Immortal Perceptions of Su Shi During the Qing Dynasty. Jae-Suk Park-Research Associate in the Department of Art History at UW-Madison
Game Changers Toward a Theory of Literary Study. Guest Lecture Michelle Yeh-Professor of Chinese at the University of California - Davis
Tell Me Something Directed by Chang Yun-hyon, 2001. CEAS Film Series
Interpretation, Autonomy and Transformation Chinese Pedagogic Discourse in the Cross-Cultural Perspective. Wu Zongjie-School of International Studies, Zhejiang University, China
Homosexuality and Gendered Nature of Clothing Behavior in Korea. Dr. Jung-Uk Rhee
Memories of Murder Directed by Bong Joon-ho, 2003. CEAS Film Series
Jump-Start the Six-Party Talks Logic, Principle, and Implications. Guest Lecture Sung-Chull Kim, Professor at the Hiroshima Peace Institute
Caf Lumire and Hou Hsiao-hsiens Poetics of Mise en Abyme. Wenchi Lin, Taiwanese Film Specialist and Professor in Taiwan.
CEAS Film Series Attack the Gas StationDirected by Kim Sang-Jin, 1997
Special seminar Kabuki in the Library and Classroom
(1/15/2010 - 5/15/2010)
Does the demonstrative system in Pre-Qin Chinese make a two-way or three-way distinction? by Ms. Lin Deng, ABD, University of Washington
Info Session Research Fellowship Opportunities in Mongolia for Students and Faculty by Brian White, US Director, American Center for Mongolian Studies
Screening and discussion of Princess Mononoke by Gene Phillips, Professor of Art History, UW-Madison
Always-Sunset on Third Street Always San-chome no Yuhi
L2 Learners Shallow Structure or Limited Memory? by Dr. Jerome Packard, Professor, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Chinese Linguistic Talk Series Multimodal Metaphor in Multimodal Discourse The Case of a CCTV Commercial by Dr. Ning Yu, Professor, University of Oklahoma
Is it Science Fiction? Calculating Face-Value in Yamada Futaros Meiji Tower of Babel by Ben Rosenberg, University of Wisconsin Fellow in International Studies
Chinese Linguistics Talk Series A Model of Perceptual Categories of Mandarin Tones by Dr. Bei Yang, PhD Fudan University, ABD, The University of Iowa
The Girl Who Leapt Through Time Toki wo Kakeru Shojo
A New People Reconstructing Chinas Rural Turn by Kate Merkel-Hess, Professor, University of California, Irvine
Lecture by Charo DEtcheverry, UW-Madison East Asian Lang and Lit More Japanese Tales Medieval Magic
Lecture by Robert Buswell on Korean Buddhist Journeys to Lands Worldly and Otherworldly
Korean Music Conference
(2/26/2010 - 2/27/2010)
Kabuki play Narukami - The Thunder God
(3/3/2010 - 3/7/2010)
Lecture by Roderick Wilson on Rivers, Engineers, and Politicians Reframing Environmental Relations in Meiji Japan
Lecture by Adam Smith on Learning to Write at Anyang The Emergence of Literacy in East Asia
Lecture by Catherine Swatek on Beating the Officers and Cursing the Manchus Dialect and Humor in Classical Kun Opera
Kabuki play Narukami - The Thunder God
(3/9/2010 - 3/11/2010)
Public presentation by Rania Huntington and Mark Meulenbeld on Journey to the West Monkey Wreaks Havoc in Heaven
Brownbag lecture by Richard Miller on From Moliendo Cafe to Kohii Rumba Latin Music in Asian Circulation
Screening and discussion of film Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter, and Spring by VAP Ann Choi
Lecture by Stephanie Tai, UW Law School, on What China is Doing about What It Doesnt Know Exploring the Regulatory Robustness of Chinas New Food Safety Law
Lecture by Victor Xiong on Sui Literary Figures and Their Works
Asian Supernatural lecture and discussion by Rania Huntington and Mark Meulenbeld on Journey to the West Monkeys Quest for Redemption
Lecture by Joel Andreas on Rise of the Red Engineers The Origins of Chinas Technocratic Class
Lecture by Aaron Moore on Technology as Power in Wartime Manchukou, 1932-1945
Lecture by Joel Andreas on Dismantling Participatory Paternalism in Chinese Factories
Open seminar for faculty, students, and general public with Joel Andreas on Revolution, Reform and Class Transformation in China
Lecture by Mark Meulenbeld on Demons, Gods, and Masters Visualizations of the Chinese Religious Landscape
Lecture by Constantine Vaporis on Japan as Samurai Nation
The Zhang Clan Daoist Ritual Performance from Hunan
(4/29/2010 - 5/1/2010)
Lecture by Florence Hsia on T.S. Bayer The Life of an Orientalist in St. Petersburg
Lecture by Jason Josephson on The Invention of Religion in Japan
Seminar with Yang Yao on Literature and Intellectual Culture of the Chinese Cultural Revolution
Kurosawa film series Rashomon
Korean War Memories Series The Steel Helmet
Korean War Memories Series Aimless Bullet Obaltan
Korean War Memories Series The Marines Who Never Returned Dora-oji anneun haebyeong
Korean War Memories Series Rainy Days Jangma
China Its Environment and History
Innovative Teaching Integrating Language and Disciplinary Learning
Kurosawa film series Drunken Angel Yoidore tenshi
Akiko Yano Concert Demae
Panel Discussion Wisconsin-China Water Collaborations Past, Present, and Future
Kurosawa film series Stray Dog Nora Inu
Kurosawa film series High and Low Tengoku to jigoku
Film Screening Wei Deshengs Cape No. 7
Hopkins-Nanjing Center Graduate Program Information Session
Kurosawa film series Seven Samurai Shichinin no samurai
Representations of the New Woman in post-1980s Taiwan Cinema
Screening and Discussion of Seoul Train 2005
Kurosawa film series Ikiru
Change and Recovery in Two China Landscapes Scenarios for the Sichuan Region and Poyang Lake Ecosystem
Chinese Linguistic Studies in Korea
Information Session Pyongyang Project
Kurosawa film series Yojimbo
Understanding Uyghurs Through Popular Chinese Media Self representation in Music Videos
How to help students make connections between their East Asia-related learning and the world beyond the classroom
Kurosawa film series The Bad Sleep Well Warui yatsu hodo yoku nemuru
John Bull Gave Us Rice Covered with Spice-Flavored Sauce How Curry Made it Big in Japan
Japan-U.S. Relations Building for the Future
Energy, Indoor Air Pollution and Cardiovascular Health in Rural China
Same Rules, New Dimensions for Mongolias National Security Adapting to the New Geo-Economic Environment
The Melodrama of Virginity and Sex Drive The Gendered Discourse of The Sexual Oppression of Disabled People and its Solutions
Thirty Years of Subculture and Frenchness in Japanese Girls Culture-- From Rose of Versailles 1972 to Shimotsuma Monogatari 2002
Conflict in the West Sea Reigniting the Korean War?
Film Memories of Matsuko Kiraware Matsuko no issho
Japanese film I just did not do it Soredemo bokuwa yattenai
Lecture by Julia Murray on Dueling Images Picturing the Life of Confucius, 1444-2010
Adam Kern lecture and screening of Kurosawas Rashomon
Performance of kabuki play Narukami - The Thunder God
(2/25/2011 - 2/27/2011)
God Man Dog
Cape No. 7
City of Sadness
City as Country the Urban Comedies of Hou Hsiao-hsien and Chen Kuen-hou
Music Taipei vs. Music Shanghai A Historic Overview on the Dissemination of Popular Songs from Shanghai to Taipei in the 20th Century
The Aesthetics of Combat Poetry for Recitation in 1950s Taiwan
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