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A great poem can be the perfect primary source to introduce students to the social, political and human complexities of important historical periods. Join us for one or all of these webinars that feature Chinese poems in translation that can be integrated …

Workshops

Arkansas NCTA presents the Women’s History Month Series, a 3-part workshop series on women in modern China. As political leaders, fashion icons, and subjects of spirited debate, women have been at the forefront of China’s modern transformation from a …

Webinars & Presentations

Economics Systems in China in Comparative Perspective

Workshops

Join Professor Paul Dunscomb, Professor of East Asian history at the University of Alaska Anchorage, for an in-person program about the fascinating history and impact of baseball in Hesei Japan. Participants will receive a free copy of Professor …

Book & Film Groups

Explore “Asia” in its many manifestations through the lens of Global Asias (the notion of studying Asia transnationally and transculturally through the movement of people, ideas, and culture across place and time). Through a curated series of online book …

Book & Film Groups

Many know Ai Weiwei as China’s most controversial and perhaps most dangerous artist. Perhaps you have walked around or under or on one of his installations. Or maybe you have watched one or more of his documentaries. Perhaps you joined us two years ago …

Workshops

This is an in-person workshop hosted by Moonlit Sea Prints in Easthampton, MA. The workshop will include a talk by Professor Akira Shimizu, Wilkes University; presentations on using woodblock prints in ELA and Art classes; a hands-on experience making …

Seminars & Short Courses

This asynchronous NCTA short course guides participants on an exploration of Chinese literature and culture through the lens of imagination and fantasy. This course will help teachers explore Chinese literature through a focus on the rich cultural …

Webinars & Presentations

The Program for Teaching East Asia and the Five College Center for East Asian Studies offers a webinar with Crystal Z. Lee, author of Kai the Dancing Butterfly. Join us to hear directly from the author about this beautifully crafted book that features the …

Seminars & Short Courses

Bushidō, warrior cult, ninjas, martial arts – these are all phenomena associated with Japan’s medieval past although they were, in fact, never really present in the period often referred to as such. During this course, we will take a critical look at some …