the association for asian studies (aas) is a scholarly, non-political, non-profit professional association open to all persons interested in asia and the study of asia. with approximately 7,000 members worldwide, representing all the regions and countries of asia and all academic disciplines, the aas is the largest organization of its kind.
chinese studies email: [email protected] phone: +61 3 8344 8894 associate professor adam fforde: associate professor in south east asian studies: email: [email protected]: dr jonathan glade japanese studies email: [email protected] phone: +61 3 8344 2707 dr edwin jurriëns: indonesian studies
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a major in asian studies is designed to give you the key linguistic and cultural capital to work as a leader in the 21st 'asian century' on the canada-asian interface. read more ubc’s asian studies department is the flagship asian studies department in canada and is widely acknowledged as one of the finest in north america.
get to know our asian studies faculty. our faculty members have studied and taught all over the world, and work closely with our students in small classes at temple university’s college of liberal arts.
interview with preeya deol. by: muziah kargbo hello readers, today i present to you an email interview i managed to do with preeya deol, a senior who majors in asian studies with a concentration on south asia.
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penn asian review published online. wednesday, june 19, 2019. the 9th volume of the penn asian review has been published online! the penn asian review provides both undergraduate and graduate students with a forum to discuss all aspects of the asia-pacific region.
the department of asian studies has established a program of language fellows in chinese. the language fellows acquire training and experience in language instruction while team-teaching language courses with regular faculty. the fellowships, which began in 1999, are funded through the james a. linen iii asian studies fund.