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Congratulations to our 2017 Graduates!

May 15, 2017

The Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations at Harvard University is pleased to announce its 2017 graduates. Our sincerest congratulations to the following students, their advisors, and families on their accomplishments! Degrees will be conferred at the 366th Commencement on May 25, 2017.

 

Ph.D. Graduates in the Program in East Asian Languages and Civilizations

 

Einor Cervone (Dissertation: Waterscapes: Aquatic

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37 EALC Affiliates Recognized for Teaching Excellence

April 18, 2017

From http://bokcenter.harvard.edu/awards :

In conjunction with the Office of Undergraduate Education, the Bok Center hosts receptions twice a year to distribute Certificate of Distinction in Teaching Awards (known as "The Q Awards") for the Fall and Spring semesters, respectively.  The award is based on an overall score of 4.5 or higher with a minimum of 5 evaluations on the

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group photo of the CLP, judging panel, and students

Relive the Magic of the Oscars (in Chinese)!

April 10, 2017

The Chinese Language Program hosted their 3rd Film Festival last week, featuring student-produced short films entirely in Chinese language. Students from all levels from elementary Chinese (Ba and Bb) to Business Chinese (163) submitted their creations in 5 different categories: Best Performance, Best Screenplay, Best Cinematography, Best Film Editing, and Best Music.

The event was MC’ed by 万杰思 (Jacques Van Rhyn) and 邓安澜 (Anne Deng). Their witty banter kept us laughing in between the drama and suspense of the films. All in all, it was a wonderful evening seeing students showing off

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Senior EAS Concentrators Present Research at Undergraduate Thesis Colloquium

February 17, 2017

This year's Senior Thesis Colloquium was a great success. Undergraduate students presented their research and preliminary conclusions on a broad spectrum of topics. They used varied methods to approach research questions surrounding gender, politics, labor rights, international relations, and literature.The colloquium was well attended by students and faculty alike, and each presentation produced a spirited back and forth about the intricacies and implications of the theses. 

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