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Seminars & Short Courses

This free, in-person seminar will introduce the modern histories and cultures of CHINA, JAPAN, and KOREA, helping you to better understand East Asia and discover innovative ways to introduce it to your students. Teachers of Geography, History, Social …

Seminars & Short Courses

Discover East Asian visual arts in this seminar, exploring the blend of tradition and innovation from ancient times to present. Learn about contemporary art and urban culture in major East Asian cities, and examine the impact of film, manga, and …

Workshops

Spend three days exploring works of Asian art on display at the Seattle Art Museum and Seattle Asian Art Museum. Utilizing the collection, we will consider the original context within which objects were created and follow them along their paths of trade, …

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Discover the Korean Wave’s impact and learn how Korean films, K-pop, and other music genres captivate students worldwide. Explore the popularity of K-dramas and Korean TV shows. Delve into Webtoons, K-sports, and K-esports, bridging tradition and modern …

Seminars & Short Courses

“All Asia is [NOT] One.” East Asia is a culturally diverse and historically rich region. This seminar will enhance your classroom’s curriculum by providing content and resources for teaching about cultural diversity through the window of China, Japan, …

Seminars & Short Courses

Japan’s trajectory from 1945-1989 is a critical chapter in understanding Japan in the world, yet it is one that is often skipped in a crowded curriculum. How did Japan reinvent itself after WWII and why is it important in the world today?