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Senior Thesis Colloquium Showcases East Asian Studies Undergraduates

February 22, 2019

Last Thursday, February 14, four thesis writers in the East Asian Studies concentration presented their projects at the Senior Thesis Colloquium and Valentine’s Day Advising Lunch Break held at 2 Divinity Avenue. The Colloquium was well-attended by classmates, prospective EAS concentrators, graduate students, and faculty coming to hear the lectures and participate in a short Q&A session after each.

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2018 Tazuko Ajiro Monane and Noma-Reischauer Prize Winners Announced

December 12, 2018

On Thursday, December 6, 2018, faculty, students, and staff gathered at the East Asian Languages Program offices to celebrate the awarding of this year’s Tazuko Ajiro Monane and Noma-Reischauer Prizes. Co-sponsored by the Japanese Language Program and the Edwin O. Reischauer Institute of Japanese Studies, the event was well attended, including an appearance by the Consul General of Japan in Boston, Rokuichiro Michii, who has supported cultural exchange and study for...

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Meisho Symposium

Symposium--Reconceptualizing Meisho: Topography, Memory, and Representation

October 24, 2018

 

Meisho 名所, literally meaning a “places with a name” or “famous places,” usually consist of scenic landscape sites recognized for their beauty since ancient times. The recognition of such a site did not occur spontaneously of course but rather resulted from deliberate actions based on numerous historical contingencies. The study of meisho, rooted in topography and landscape, calls out for an interdisciplinary approach. The methodologies of fields such as...

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Chinese Language Program Wraps 3rd Pedagogy Conference

Chinese Language Program Wraps 3rd Pedagogy Conference

October 12, 2018

The 3rd Harvard International Conference on Chinese Language Pedagogy (Harvard ICCP) was held on September 28-29, 2018. The session's theme was "Making Connections."

Over 100 participants from 8 countries, 13 US states, 40 universities and 10 pre-college institutions attended this session of the ICCP, sharing their latest work and discussing how to expand language learning from the confines of traditional academic divisions, and integrate traditional classroom approaches with the proliferation of new and promising resources, tools, and opportunities available to 21st-century...

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