The Center for East Asian Studies at the University of Pennsylvania is an interdisciplinary unit composed of faculty members whose teaching and research focus primarily on China, Japan, Korea, and bordering areas.
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Upcoming Conference: Modern Japan History Workshop - October 18, 2014, pre-registration required
This year's Modern Japan History Workshop is co-sponsored by the International Research Center for Japanese Studies and will be held at the University of Pennsylvania on Saturday, October 18, 10 am to 5:45 pm. Please spread the word!
The Workshop is free and open to the public. But to have an accurate count of panel attendance and meals, we ask that you register for the event. Please browse through the Workshop program, biographies of participants, and abstracts and follow the Registration link to sign up for the panels/meals that you plan to attend. See you on October 18!
Participants include (for full descriptions, please visit the website):
The Modern Japan History Workshop is the premier annual regional assembly of students and specialists of modern Japan along the U.S. northeast corridor.This workshop is brought to you by the University of Pennsylvania School of Arts and Sciences, the International Research Center for Japanese Studies (Kyoto), and the Japan Foundation. Special thanks goes to the Mellon Cross-Cultural Conference Grant Program, the Center for East Asian Studies, the Lauder Institute, the Department of History and the Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations at the University of Pennsylvania.
East Asian Area Studies Major and Minor
For additional information about the East Asian Area Studies Major and Minor please visit our Degree, Programs and Requirements page or contact Dr. Frank L. Chance.
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