National Sites

The National Consortium for Teaching about Asia is a collaboration of the East Asian Studies programs at seven national institutions. Together they are responsible for the organization, the programming models, goals and orchestration of NCTA. They work with partner sites to provide additional programs. 

National Coordinating Sites and their Directors

Clayton Dube
U.S.-China Institute, University of Southern California

Los Angeles, CA
Email: cdube@usc.edu

Brenda G. Jordan
Asian Studies Center, University of Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh, PA
Email: jordanb@pitt.edu

Hye Seung (Theresa) Kang
East Asian Studies Center, Indiana University

Bloomington, IN 

Email: kang43@indiana.edu

Roberta H. Martin
Asia for Educators, Columbia University

New York, NY 10027
Email: rhm1@columbia.edu

Lynn Parisi
Program for Teaching East Asia, University of Colorado at Boulder

Boulder, CO
Email: lynn.parisi@colorado.edu

Anne Prescott
Five College Center for East Asian Studies at Smith College
Northampton, MA
Email: aprescott@fivecolleges.edu

Kristi Roundtree
East Asia Resource Center, University of Washington

Seattle, WA 98195-3650
Email: earc@u.washington.edu