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  • Faculty
    Education Ph D Comparative Literature from Rutgers University New Brunswick New Jersey Areas of Specialty Women s Gender Studies Postcolonial Studies Drama Performance theory Literatures of India South Asia Psychoanalysis Mitch Numark Ph D Department of History Tahoe Hall 3055 916 278 5630 Education Ph D University of California Los Angeles 2006 Area of Specialty South Asian History Myung Hae Park MFA Department of Design Graphic Design Mariposa Hall 5013 916 278 5814 myung csus edu Education MFA Graphic Design Iowa State University Area of Specialty User Interface Design Graphic Design History Wayfinding Branding Typography James DeShaw Rae Ph D Department of Government Tahoe Hall 3123 916 278 7866 rae csus edu Personal Webpage Office Hours Tuesday and Thursday 3 4 15pm or by appointment Education Ph D Political Science University of Hawai i 2005 Area of Specialty Politics and Society of China and Southeast Asia Nation building in Southeast Asia Research interests focus on human rights and international law specifically efforts to promote peace justice and reconciliation in post conflict societies such as Cambodia and East Timor Richard Shek Ph D Department of Humanities Religious Studies Mendocino Hall 2022 916 278 5331 rshek csus edu Education Ph D History UC Berkeley 1980 Area of Specialty Chinese cultural and religious history with a cross disciplinary approach based on literature philosophy religion and material culture James Sobredo Ph D Department of Ethnic Studies Amador Hall 563A 916 278 7566 sobredo csus edu Personal Webpage Education Ph D Ethnic Studies UC Berkeley 1998 Area of Specialty Filipino American experience immigration and settlement patterns of Chinese Japanese Filipinos Koreans Asian Indians and Southeast Asians Vietnamese Cambodians Laotians Cindi Sturtz Sreetharan Ph D Department of Anthropology Mendocino Hall 4034 916 278 6567 csturtz saclink csus edu Personal Webpage Office hours Monday and Wednesday 3 4 pm and by appointment in Mendocino 4010 Education Ph D Anthropology UC Davis 2001 Area of Specialty Japan gender linguistic ideology sociolinguistics standardization and Japan s minority groups Raghuraman Trichur Ph D Department of Anthropology Mendocino Hall 4012 916 278 7266 rtrichur saclink csus edu rt ureach com Education Ph D Anthropology Temple University 2000 Area of Specialty South Asia Political Economy Colonialism Nationalism Globalization Tourism and Violence Michael G Vann Ph D Department of History Tahoe Hall 3087 916 278 4163 please do NOT leave voicemail mikevann csus edu Personal Webpage President French Colonial Historical Society www frenchcolonial org Education Ph D French Colonial History 1999 Area of Specialty Imperialism and Colonization in Southeast Asia with an emphasis on France in Vietname History of Race World History Film and History History of Disease and History of Violence EMERITUS FACULTY James Chopyak Ph D Department of Music Capistrano Hall 125 916 278 7493 jchopyak csus edu Education Ph D Columbia Pacific University Area of Specialty Ethnomusicology Jay Bouton Crain Ph D Department of Anthropology Professor Emeritus Education Ph D Cornell University Area of Specialty Social Anthropology Borneo Trobriand Islands Medical Anthropology Singapore Java Lewis Robinson Ph D Department of

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  • Faculty News
    Service Awards for the College of Social Sciences and Interdisciplinary Studies and for the College of Arts and Letters Seunghee Wie Asian Studies and Family and Consumer Sciences won an Outstanding Community Service Award Recipients of these awards are recognized for having positively affected the life of the University through their teaching their service or their scholarly and creative activities displaying a consistent and engaging collegiality and a strong commitment to students throughout their careers at California State University Sacramento The recipients will be honored at a ceremony and reception on Thursday March 14 2013 from 3 00 5 00 pm Redwood Room University Union Professor Emeritus Jay Crain Place Person and Power Lundayeh Lun Bawang and Post Christian Narratives Professor Crain co authored the article for the Sarawak Museum Journal Vol LXIX No 90 New Series 2011 Read the article here Cindi Sturtz Sreetharan Ph D Anthropology Film Review Professor Sturtz Sreetharan reviewed A Grandpa from Brazil for Asian Educational Media Service Read the article here James DeShaw Rae Ph D Government was Part of a Panel Discussion on China Japan Tensions Ties between China and Japan have been repeatedly strained by a territorial discussion over a group of islands The Chinese call them The Diaoyu Islands while the Japanese call them the Senkaku Islands The uninhabited five islets are near rich fishing grounds and potentially huge maritime gas fields James Rae Professor in the Department of Government at California State University Sacramento and a Visiting Fulbright Scholar at the China Foreign Affairs University Liu Youfa Vice President of the China Institute of International Studies Hajime Izumi Professor of international relations at the University of Shizouka Listen to the discussion on CRIENGLISH com Michael Vann Ph D History Professor was Interviewed by The 7th Avenue Project On Sept 9 2012 Professor Vann talked about Vietnam under French rule Click here to hear the interview Sac State Explores Exchange Programs with Universities inThailand Sac State representatives met in Thailand in July to explore the possibility of exchange programs between universities in Thailand and Sac State Professor Chirapravati is pictured with Dean Guido Krickx Continuining Education Mr Toemsakdi Krishanamra Director of Sasin Chulalongkorn University and Dean Edward Inch College of Arts and Letters They visited programs at Chulalongkorn and Thammasat Universities Making Merit for the Southeast Asian New Year Offering of Sand Stupas See the video by Professor Jeffrey Dym showing Sac State students and Professor Pat Chirapravati creating the sand stupa installation in the Else Gallery Pattaratorn Chirapravati Ph D Asian Studies Chair Art History Professor Professor Chirapravati received the Prix du livre coffret Her book Divination au royaume de Siam Le corps la guerre le destin the Thai Bodmer Divination Manuscript War Wealth and Destiny 2011 published by Presses universitaires de France has received the Prix du livre coffret at the Nuit de Livre in Paris Visit the website here Professor Chirapravati is the winner of the 2012 Faculty Senate Outstanding Scholarly and Creative Activities Award for Arts and

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  • Student News & Events
    Studies Pizza Party Provost Harmsen front right and Asian Studies Faculty James Rae Amarik Singh Greg Kim Ju Director of the Asian Studies Program Curtis Smith Kazue Masuyama and Student Allison Fiskum SSIS Dean Bodvarsson Interim Associate Dean Hyson and Raghuraman Trichur Asian Culture Club President Pao Vang center Pat Chirapravati Vice Director of the Asian Studies Program second from left and Club members Asian Studies Talk on Vision for Korea U S Relations Han Dong Man Consul General of the Republic of Korea in San Francisco gave the talk Vision for Korea U S Relations at Sac State on March 12 2014 The lecture and following reception were attended by Asian Studies faculty the SSIS interim associate dean the director of the CCE International program and members of Korean communities in the Bay Area and Sacramento Sac State s Japanese Students Participate in Keep Smiling Project 38 Prof Masuyama Asian Studies and Japanese was visited in class by FOX news who interviewed students on a project called Keep Smiling Project 38 which connects Sacramento residents with survivors of Japan s earthquake 3 years ago See the FOX article here and see the project web page here Asian Studies Lecture

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  • Student News & Events
    2014 Provost Harmsen front right and Asian Studies Faculty James Rae Amarik Singh Greg Kim Ju Director of the Asian Studies Program Curtis Smith Kazue Masuyama and Student Allison Fiskum SSIS Dean Bodvarsson Interim Associate Dean Hyson and Raghuraman Trichur Asian Culture Club President Pao Vang center Pat Chirapravati Vice Director of the Asian Studies Program second from left and Club members Asian Studies Talk on Vision for Korea U S Relations Han Dong Man Consul General of the Republic of Korea in San Francisco gave the talk Vision for Korea U S Relations at Sac State on March 12 2014 The lecture and following reception were attended by Asian Studies faculty the SSIS interim associate dean the director of the CCE International program and members of Korean communities in the Bay Area and Sacramento Sac State s Japanese Students Participate in Keep Smiling Project 38 Prof Masuyama Asian Studies and Japanese was visited in class by FOX news who interviewed students on a project called Keep Smiling Project 38 which connects Sacramento residents with survivors of Japan s earthquake 3 years ago See the FOX article here and see the project web page here Asian Studies Lecture Series Korea

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  • Scholarships and Internships
    Scholarships and Internships Center for Pacific Asian Studies Online Resources SSIS Home ASIA 198 Asia in the World Today Fall 2013 Visiting Scholar Asian Studies Clubs Asian Culture Club Sac State Japan Club Chinese Culture Organization of CSUS Hmong University Student Association Scholarships and Internships Mishra Family Scholarships for Spring 2014 Asian Studies is offering 3 1000 scholarships in the spring 2014 semester See the flyer with details here Get

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  • Center for Pacific Asian Studies
    News Faculty News Student News Events Student News Events Scholarships and Internships Center for Pacific Asian Studies Online Resources SSIS Home ASIA 198 Asia in the World Today Fall 2013 Visiting Scholar Asian Studies Clubs Asian Culture Club Sac State Japan Club Chinese Culture Organization of CSUS Hmong University Student Association CENTER FOR PACIFIC ASIAN STUDIES The program in Asian Studies is administered through the Center for Pacific Asian Studies The Center is composed of designated faculty in the departments of Anthropology English Ethnic Studies Foreign Languages Geography Government International Business History Philosophy Humanities and Religious Studies and Sociology A Program Committee comprised of the Director of the Center and six members of the Asian Studies faculty oversees the Asian Studies Program The Center also serves to support and facilitate various university activities related to furthering our understanding of the Pacific Asian region recently extended to include the Indian subcontinent and other regions of Asia faculty research sponsoring summer training institutes travel and residential programs in Pacific Asia seminars for faculty students and the community and establishing collaborative links with institutions and community groups The Center for Pacific Asian Studies has created a listserve to enhance communication between faculty staff

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  • Online Resources
    viewed in the context of a detailed timeline India Today Full text articles in this weekly magazine India Film The History of Indian film Industry Indonesia The BPS Site Republic of Indonesia Statistical data about Indonesia from Indonesia s Central Bureau of Statistics Japan Books on Japan Provides bibliographic information of books on Japan in Western languages processed by the National Diet Library NDL Tale of Genji Lawrence Marceau University of Delaware has contributed a fine chart of Genji chapter titles giving page numbers for chapters in the translation by Royall Tyler published in October 2001 Japan GIS Mapping Sciences Resource Guide A guide to Japanese GIS Geographic Information Systems with digital data satellite images and maps of varying scales from several governmental agencies including Japan s Geographical Survey Institute The Ministry of Foreign Affairs In addition to major foreign policy statements press conferences and speeches the core of this site is the Japan Information section Ancient Japan A view of the major events and cultural concepts of ancient Japan The chronology ends with the Heian period and cultural topics include music writing and arts of Japan with sections included on Buddhism Viewing Japanese Prints An exhaustive number of Japanese print artists are accessible from this site Japan Documentation Center Established in 1992 to collect and disseminate Japanese public policy information Japanese Film Listing A long list arranged alphabetically of Japanese movies each with a short one or two sentence blurbs CJS Japan on Film The Films by Title section of this site offers an alphabetical list in English then in Japanese of many Japanese films Japanese History Listings of time periods with descriptions of salient features and events of the period Asuka Historical Museum Information on the Asuka period on the stone carved figures of Asuka and extensive information on the temples of Asuka with accompanying photographs Edo Japan Virtual tour of life in Edo with subjects ranging from Kabuki to Edo water supply with article links to short explanatory sections World War II Pacific Theatre Original source material pertaining to World War II in particular to the Pacific War Included are links to a report produced in 1946 by The Manhattan Engineer District about the Hiroshima and Nagasaki atomic bombings government documents about Pearl Harbor and an FBI report about Tokyo Rose Japan A Country Study Part of a series produced by the Library of Congress this book offers a view of Japanese history in addition to the sections on the political social and economic systems of the country A Bomb WWW Museum Photos diaries and reports of the Hiroshima bombing Japan Workbook Asia for Educators devotes a few chapters to the history of Japan Internet East Asian History Sourcebook Internet Sourcebooks are collections of texts in the public domain that are available for copying for educational purposes Documents for Japan include Traditional Japan Japan as a World Power Japan since World War II Japanese Politicians A searchable database on Japanese politicians Korea Embassy of the Republic of

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  • ASIA 198: Asia in the World Today, Fall 2013
    World Initiative is a new campus wide initiative intended to bring together and highlight the many global engagement opportunities at Sacramento State encouraging students to develop their understanding of the world in which they live and to adopt a genuine and authentic global perspective on the issues we all face The 2012 2013 theme Global Perspectives on Water will be explored this semester in the Asian Studies Program s capstone course ASIA 198 Asia in the World Today This senior seminar in recent scholarship and current issues concerning Asia will explore water through perspectives as diverse as art philosophy economics language and identity ASIA 198 Asia in the World Today Amador 262 Monday 4 30 7 20 Sept 10 Richard Shek Humanities and Religious Studies Department Water as a Fundamental Concept in Chinese Religion and Philosophy Pattaratorn Chirapravati Art Department Images of Water in South and Southeast Asian Art Sept 17 David Corner Department of Philosophy The Power of Water Daoist Virtue and the Emulation of Nature Greg Kim Ju Psychology Department Han River Dokdo Takeshima Islands and Korean Identity Sept 24 Joel Dubois Humanities and Religious Studies Department and Mitch Numark Department of History Water Redeemed An Empowered Widow s Stories RK Narayan s The Guide Oct 1 Sujatha Moni Women s Studies Department Ripples in the Water Women s Stories from India Video Water directed by Deepa Mehta Oct 8 Cindi Sturtz Sreetharan Anthropology Department Ohiya Omizu Oh Beautiful Water Japanese Language and Modernity Oct 15 Kazue Masuyama Department of Foreign Languages EunMi Cho Department of Special Education and Mr He Calligrapher Art of Calligraphy Celebrating Water View the slide show presentation from the class here Oct 22 Yan Joni Zhou Department of Economics Water and Global Economics Oct 29 Sylvia Sensiper Program Director UC Davis Extension Research

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