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  • Videos — Art — Carthage College
    area artists explore the inner animal muse within each of us in a new exhibit at the H F Johnson Gallery of Art on the Carthage College campus in Kenosha Wis The artists have created unique metaphorical portraits of their animal spirit or that of another person place thing or even society as a whole View more Carthage videos Keep Exploring Areas of Study Recognized for Excellence Photo Gallery Meet

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  • Exhibitions — Art Gallery — Carthage College
    2013 Opening Reception 1 4 p m Saturday May 4 2013 Emily Nickel 13 sleep while i sing a madrigal of love Mixed Media 2013 As part of their Senior Studio Art Thesis Seminar course Carthage College studio art majors present a capstone exhibition of their work in the H F Johnson Gallery of Art and Gallery B May 1 11 Alex Albright Kayla Arbet Joanna Cruey Ruth Gawlik Evan

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  • Faculty — Asian Studies — Carthage College
    His dissertation research focused on the north Indian pilgrimage city of Hardwar the dissertation draws on Sanskrit texts archival documents and field research Read more Jonathan Marshall Chair of the Political Science Department Associate Professor of Political Science and Asian Studies Lentz Hall 419A carthage edu 262 551 5894 Professor Jonathan Marshall teaches courses in comparative politics East Asian politics constitutional law and law and society His research focuses on legal mobilization and citizen litigants in Japan where he Read more Eric Pullin Assistant Professor of History and Asian Studies Johnson Arts Center 203 carthage edu 262 551 6323 Professor Eric Pullin earned a B A in history from Rockford College an M A in history from Northern Illinois University an A M in Labor and Industrial Relations from the University of Read more Wenjie Sun Associate Professor of Geography and Earth Science Computer Science and Asian Studies Straz Center B10 B carthage edu 262 551 2377 Professor Wenjie Sun teaches courses in Geographic Information Science GIS Satellite Image and Air Photo Analysis Human Geography and Geography of East Asia She has also led multiple interdisciplinary themed Read more Stephen Udry Chair of the History Department Associate Professor of History Associate Professor of Asian Studies Johnson Arts Center 210 carthage edu 262 551 5891 Professor Stephen Udry has traveled extensively throughout Asia and has resided in Taiwan where he taught English for five years He also has visited China Japan Korea Nepal Tibet and Read more Yan Wang Assistant Professor of Modern Languages and Asian Studies Lentz Hall 334 carthage edu 262 551 6344 Professor Yan Wang teaches courses in Japanese Chinese and Global Heritage Her research interests include Japanese Chinese discourse analysis pragmatics syntax pedagogy and cultural anthropology Her recent publications and conference presentations Read more Mimi Yang Professor

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  • Courses — Asian Studies — Carthage College
    religion See major requirements 4000 Senior Seminar in Asian Studies 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Staff The Senior Seminar is taught and directed by one member of the Asian Studies faculty with the assistance and participation of other members The seminar will lead the student toward the completion of the Senior Project which will be determined by the student and the directing professor Keep Exploring Areas of Study Recognized for

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  • Requirements — Asian Studies — Carthage College
    departments The Asian Studies Minor The minor consists of six 4 credit courses Students are required to take HIS 1200 Issues in Asian History and five other courses from the list below These six courses must be from at least three departments The Courses Students may choose courses to fulfill major and minor requirements from among the following Art Courses ART 3730 Masterpieces of Asian Art and Architecture Economics Courses ECN 200T Topics in Economics when the course has substantial Asian content ECN 3100 Political Economy of the Pacific Rim ECN 4030 International Political Economy History Courses HIS 3400 Modern China HIS 3450 Modern Japan Modern Language Courses CHN 1010 Intoductory Chinese I CHN 102 0 Introductory Chinese II CHN 2010 Elementary Chinese I CHN 202 0 Elementary Chinese II CHN 3010 Intermediate Chinese I CHN 3020 Intermediate Chinese II JPN 1010 Introductory Japanese I JPN 102 0 Introductory Japanese II JPN 2010 Elementary Japanese I JPN 2020 Elementary Japanese II JPN 3011 Intermediate Oral Japanese I MLA 3060 East Asian Civilization and Culture MLA 3100 East Asian Literature in Translation Political Science Courses POL 1030 Introduction to Comparative Politics when the course has substantial Asian content POL 200T Topics

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  • Opportunities — Asian Studies — Carthage College
    study tours Religion and Society in Modern India led by Professor Lochtefeld China Today Culture Economy Business led by Professors Mimi Yang Modern Languages and Robert Schlack Economics Study Abroad Students studying Asian Studies at Carthage have many other opportunities to study outside the United States in addition to J Term Academic exchange program in Japan in cooperation with Tokyo Gakugai University semester or full year Academic exchange program in

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  • News & Events — Asian Studies — Carthage College
    Luce Teaching Fellow Program seeks an Art Historian with an Asian specialization for a one year post doctoral fellowship beginning in the Fall Semester 2013 more On Campus UW Madison professor presents Tokyo Tower and Japanese Kitsch Carthage welcomes Steven Ridgely associate professor of East Asian studies and literature for a talk exploring the shifting image of Tokyo Tower from the 1950s to today He will speak at 4 p m Tuesday Nov 13 more Study Abroad A globe full of possibilities awaits Carthage students are invited to a Study Abroad Information Fair on Thursday in the Todd Wehr Center more GLOBAL CONNECTION Carthage internship program sends business students to Guangzhou Two interns from Carthage are spending the summer in China helping a company improve its standing in the U S and other English speaking markets more Global Focus Carthage hosts delegation from Huairou A 15 member delegation of educators from the Chinese district of Huairou visited the United States from Monday March 26 to Thursday April 5 spending most of their time at Carthage and elsewhere in the Kenosha Racine area more Global Focus First career stop for three Carthage grads China Jason Hartfield Irma Rodriguez and Mike Gillespie of the Class of 2012 are scheduled to leave in August to teach seventh and eighth graders at separate schools in Huairou China more Learn about study abroad opportunities Carthage holds its third annual Study Abroad Informational Fair Thursday Oct 6 Representatives from study abroad programs all over the world will be present to answer questions and give information more Study Abroad Photo Contest Winners Carthage students capture their J Term and other study abroad experiences in pictures See the winners of the 2011 Study Abroad Photo Contest more German majors win DAAD scholarships Karin Wirth 13 from Springfield Ill and Thomas Johnson 13 from Orland Hills Ill have been awarded prestigious DAAD Undergraduate Scholarships to allow them to conduct research in Germany for a semester more Carthage holds Celebration of Scholars April 29 Students and faculty will display and discuss their research and significant creative works On Tuesday April 19 the Humanities Division held its own poster session as a prelude to the event showcasing the work of nine Carthage students for the Division s Advisory Committee more Language Immersion Festival Alpha Mu Gamma the Honorary Foreign Language Fraternity will sponsor a Language Immersion Festival at 9 p m Tuesday April 19 in the Todd Wehr Center Room 128B more Study Abroad photo contest Win cash prizes Want to show off that perfect photo from your time studying abroad Enter the Carthage Study Abroad Photo Contest Entries due April 27 more Chicago Gamelan Ensemble to perform at Carthage Percussion orchestra will perform at 2 p m Saturday May 14 in Wartburg Auditorium more Carthage student receives national language scholarship Drew Scott 12 has been awarded the U S Department of State s Critical Language Scholarship for intensive summer language study in China more Japanese Performance and Speech Contest April

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  • Student Organizations — Asian Studies — Carthage College
    Mu Gamma Alpha Mu Gamma is the national honorary foreign language fraternity The society celebrates the cultural differences of our global society and honors those who have excelled academically in foreign languages This is achieved through the sponsoring of campus educational and social events Their major annual event is National Foreign Language Week Chinese Club The Chinese Club at Carthage provides a platform for cultural and linguistic immersion while in an English speaking environment The club hosts movie nights and calligraphy sessions to gain a better understanding of Chinese culture There are also Chinese lunches every Friday where students are able to hold conversations with other students and with faculty members who are fluent in the language These weekly lunches not only hone linguistic skills the conversations also go into different aspects of Chinese history or society Future activities will include trips to Chinatown where students will come into contact with authentic Chinese gastronomy and Chinese ways of living and conducting business The group also participates in the annual International Poetry Festival at Carthage by performing songs and poetry in the Chinese language Japanese Club The Japanese Club is for students who are interested in Japanese culture Members play games

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