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China has committed to becoming a leader in renewable energy technology. Still, air pollution, water scarcity, and overall environmental degradation continue to impact the health of local people and challenge China’s continued economic growth. Through …

Summer Residential Programs

In-depth look at the history of China, followed by close reading of the classical and modern Chinese literature; in-depth look at the history of Japan, followed by close reading of classical and modern Japanese literature; in-depth look at the history of …

Workshops

Curated and led by EARC program leader Melanie King, this series of standalone online workshops will consider the sacred across different spaces, expressions, and, experiences across East Asia and beyond. Designed for secondary teachers in Social …

Workshops

The workshop spans multiple online sessions. The first session introduces the 2021 Freeman Award Winners and is mandatory for all participants. The remaining sessions focus on individual titles; participants must select at least one and up to five …

Seminars & Short Courses

Teachers and students alike recognize the growing influence of Korean Pop Culture on American society. Why not use this as an opportunity to learn more about the Korean peninsula? This short 10-hour seminar will examine topics such as Korea’s geography …

Workshops

Join us for this two-evening workshop on the intersection of literature, film and theatre where we will explore Shakespeare’s Macbeth, Kurosawa’s Throne of Blood and the creativity and power of adapting literature to film. Presentations by faculty experts …

Workshops

Workshop on how to implement the Korean poetry form Sijo into classrooms; concurrent session topics are
A. Sijo in College: Comparing Sijo & Sonnet
B. Sijo in Elementary School
C. Sijo for Students with Special Needs
D. Sijo in …

Seminars & Short Courses

Over the course of four days, this virtual summer institute will highlight the geography, cultures, religions, history, literature, and arts of East Asia, with a focus on ancient Chinese dynasties, feudal Japan, and the Silk Road.

Seminars & Short Courses

Science fiction often highlights competing ideologies, dreams, and provides subversive commentary on political issues. These stories also raise questions of which bodies are marked as “other” by categorization and placement in hierarchies, and/or …

Workshops

Join the College of Education at Michigan State University for a workshop for K-12 educators with a focus on Open Educational Resources (OER) developed at MSU to teach about Asia. The workshop is open to all K-12 teachers who are interested in using open …