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David Sena

David Sena

Preceptor in Literary Chinese

David Sena received his B.A. in Economics and Chinese Studies from the University of California at Berkeley, and his M.A. and Ph.D. in East Asian...

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9 Kirkland Place #204
p: (617) 495-1157
Office Hours: Spring 2022: Monday and Wednesday 12-1:30 pm (and by appointment).

East Asian Languages Program Placement Exam Information - Spring 2016

December 18, 2015

Please note: students do not need to register beforehand for the below exam times; students may show up to the exam time that best suits their schedule. If you are unable to make one of the scheduled times, please contact: Carolyn Choong, Language Program Coordinator, East Asian Languages and Civilizations, at eal@fas.harvard.edu

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Hi-Sun Kim

Hi-Sun Kim

Senior Preceptor in Korean
Director of the Korean Language Program
In the Fall of 2015, Hi-Sun Kim joined the Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations as the Director of the Korean Language Program. Prior to coming... Read more about Hi-Sun Kim
5 Bryant St. #208
p: (617) 495-5928

East Asian Languages Program Placement Exam Information - Fall Semester 2016

August 26, 2016

 

Results from the Placement Exams on Friday, August 26th will be posted on the bulletin boards at 2 Divinity Ave. and 5 Bryant Street on Monday, August 29th by 10am.

Placement into Ba, Bb, or Bx indicates that you have NOT fulfilled the undergraduate language requirement. Placement into any other course indicates that you have fulfilled the undergraduate language requirement. Graduate students have different language requirements and should consult their home departments. If you have any questions about your placement, you are welcome to contact Carolyn Choong...

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2014 Apr 01

Kyōgen (狂言) Lecture and Performance

4:00pm to 6:00pm

Location: 

Yenching Auditorium - 2 Divinity Ave. 1st Floor

Kyōgen is the name for a dramatic style and repertoire of short comic plays that form one of the oldest theatrical traditions in Japan. Though developed in the 14th century, kyōgen is still performed today: both as an independent form (hon-kyōgen) and as an interlude during the more serious Noh theater (ai-...

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