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Seminars & Short Courses

This free asynchronous seven-week special topics course will consider a sampling of short stories and poetry written during and in the aftermath of WWII by Chinese and Japanese writers capturing experiences and memories of war in each country. The course …

Webinars & Presentations

Economics and the Chinese Political System in Comparative Perspective

Book & Film Groups

This online workshop will be centered around a discussion of the film Tuition, a late colonial period coproduction developed by Korean filmmakers under the jurisdiction of Japanese authorities. This film, long considered lost until it was rediscovered in …

Book & Film Groups

The books are The Dreams of Two yi-min by Margaret Pai, and Made in China by Anna Qu. Both explore the challenges and the generational differences that arise in families that leave Asia for the West.

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Workshops

Teaching U.S. History, World History, Literature or even Elementary? Join us for a free online workshop that explores the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki through the lens of Japanese literature. The dropping of atomic bombs on Hiroshima and …

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Webinars & Presentations
Webinars & Presentations
Seminars & Short Courses

This five-week intensive online course will help participants better understand North Korea and South Korea as two countries with a common past, divided only since 1945, and still stuck in the Cold War years after the fall of the Soviet bloc.

Webinars & Presentations

The Legislative System in China in Comparative Perspective

Seminars & Short Courses

This four-session online seminar explores the relationship between image, text, and language in East Asia and beyond. Each week we will examine different genres such as woodblock prints, scrolls, manga, and multimedia expressions from an interdisciplinary …

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The Judiciary System in China in Comparative Perspective

Webinars & Presentations
Webinars & Presentations

Background on Chinese art for those teaching art and AP-Art History
FEATURED SPEAKER at Conference: Shawn Yuan, Associate Curator of Asian Art — San Antonio Museum of Art

Summer Residential Programs

Honolulu offers a unique opportunity to learn about China, Japan and Korea without needing a passport or worrying about currency exchange, but still with a dash of jet lag.

In this one-week NCTA Summer Institute, 17 participants will …

Summer Residential Programs

Teachers who have experienced this workshop rave about it. For 6 days in July, on the beautiful campus of Indiana University in Bloomington, experts in the history and literature of China, Japan, and Korea lecture and discuss the full range of literature …

Seminars & Short Courses

Our virtual journey will introduce East Asia’s diverse cultures and environment while building and enhancing your tool chest of teaching resources for the classroom. Focusing on the regions that comprise present-day China, Japan, and Korea, participants …

Summer Residential Programs

Current scholarship challenges traditional narratives of women as one-dimensional actors with little agency in pre-20th century China, Japan, and Korea. Focusing on premodern times through the 19th century, the institute will consider the diversity of …