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  • National Consortium for Teaching About Asia (NCTA): About Us: East Asian Studies Center: Indiana University
    Education Taoist Resources Indiana East Asian Working Paper Series Faculty Publications Dissertations TEAMS Lesson Plans Price List Subscribe to News Community Bridges Children Languages World Ambassadors Student Organizations Clubs Center Activities Get Involved Japan Disaster Relief Volunteer Internship Ways to Give Site Map Contact Us Find People About Us In Memoriam Houghton Buck Freeman 1921 2010 Mr Freeman passed away on Dec 1 2010 at the age of 89 He was a distinguished businessman and the chairman of the Freeman Foundation which has funded EASC s teacher training programs since 1995 Read a tribute Spotlight Jenna Bergren History Teacher Fishers High School Indiana Jenna Bergren read made pottery practiced t ai chi ate Japanese food brushed up on Asian history and wrote great lesson plans for her students at Fishers High School in the NCTA Teaching about Asia seminar offered through the East Asian Studies Center Then she signed up for the study tour of China It was an amazing trip the people I met historical sites I explored the history and culture I learned were better than I had even hoped to experience she says When I teach about China now I have first hand experience pictures artifacts and lots of good stories that students love to hear National Consortium for Teaching about Asia NCTA We are a founding member of the National Consortium for Teaching about Asia NCTA a multi year initiative funded by the Freeman Foundation that facilitates teaching and learning about Asia in middle and high school world history geography social studies and literature courses Launched in 1998 this nationwide program is a collaboration of the East Asian studies programs of seven national institutions Columbia University Five College Center for East Asian Studies Indiana University University of Colorado University of Pittsburgh University of Southern California University

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  • History: About Us: East Asian Studies Center: Indiana University
    Map Contact Us Find People About Us History The East Asian Studies Center opened in 1979 after the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures EALC won federal support for a National Resource Center in East Asian studies at Indiana University Though all academic work and degree programs are controlled by the department the center presents East Asian studies at IU to the world particularly to the state of Indiana The center has received federal funds for a National Resource Center three times since it opened in 1979 Current funding started in 2006 in cooperation with the University of Illinois East Asian Studies at IU The Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures EALL was created in 1961 to bring together IU s offerings in Chinese and Japanese studies In the mid 1960s the department expanded offering more language and literature work and instruction in Korean The department also offered linguistics and history courses and fellowships and faculty appointments became available through the Ford Foundation s International Studies initiative In 1968 the Committee on East Asian Studies was formed to coordinate IU s East Asian efforts including the responsibility of the Title VI Fellowships in Chinese Japanese and Korean The

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  • Executive Committee: About Us: East Asian Studies Center: Indiana University
    12 Newsletter Imaging Reading Eros Japanese Education Taoist Resources Indiana East Asian Working Paper Series Faculty Publications Dissertations TEAMS Lesson Plans Price List Subscribe to News Community Bridges Children Languages World Ambassadors Student Organizations Clubs Center Activities Get Involved Japan Disaster Relief Volunteer Internship Ways to Give Site Map Contact Us Find People About Us Executive Committee The center is guided by a five member executive committee that includes the

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  • Full & Associate Members: About Us: East Asian Studies Center: Indiana University
    health public health and healthcare systems in East Asian countries mental health policy obesity chronic diseases medication utilization health outcomes research pharmacoepidemiology Wen ling Diana Liu Librarian for East Asian Studies and Tibetan Collection Herman B Wells Library East Asian Collection Education M L S Indiana University Research Areas China and Japan Manling Luo Assistant Professor EALC Education Ph D Washington University in St Louis Research Areas Pre modern Chinese narratives Chinese literati culture traditional Chinese literature women and gender studies Misako Matsubara Senior Lecturer EALC Education M A Indiana State University Michigan State University Research Areas Japanese pedagogy language variation and change gender and language Amanda Michaud Assistant Professor Economics Education Ph D University of Minnesota Research Areas Macroeconomics Chinese Housing Markets Macro prudential Policy Ethan Michelson Associate Professor Sociology EALC Education Ph D University of Chicago Research Areas Chinese society law and society work occupations and professions development Osamu James Nakagawa Associate Professor Fine Arts Education M F A University of Houston Research Areas International photography Yuri Obata Assistant Professor IU South Bend Communication Arts Education Ph D University of Colorado at Boulder Research Areas Mass communication theories mass communication law and ethics Comparative media studies including mass media and popular culture in Japan North Korea Bhutan China Scott O Bryan Associate Professor EALC History Education Ph D Columbia University Research Areas Twentieth century Japanese history consumption and consumer culture environmental history urban history history of visual culture Morten Oxenboell Assistant Professor East Asian Languages Cultures Education Ph D University of Copenhagen Research Areas Premodern Japanese history global medievalisms violence and conflict weak states martial suicides banditry Rowland Ricketts Assistant Professor Fine Arts Education M F A Cranbrook Academy of Art Research Areas Japanese indigo production natural dyes Jean C Robinson Associate Executive Dean College of Arts and Sciences Professor Political Science Affiliated Professor EALC Gender Studies Adjunct Professor West European Studies Kinsey Institute Russian and East European Institute Education Ph D Cornell University Research Areas Modern Chinese politics and education comparative women and family Michael Robinson Professor EALC Education Ph D University of Washington Research Areas Intellectual and cultural history of modern Korea Japanese colonialism popular culture transnational studies Richard Rubinger Professor EALC Adjunct Professor History Education Education Ph D Columbia University Research Areas Japanese history and society education and literacy Edith L Sarra Associate Professor EALC Adjunct Associate Professor Comparative Literature Gender Studies Education Ph D Harvard University Research Areas Japanese language classical Japanese literature feminist literary theory Jonathan Schlesinger Assistant Professor History Education Ph D Harvard University Research Areas Environmental history consumption and commodities race and ethnicity comparative empires early modernity China and Inner Asia Yu Shen Professor IU Southeast History Education Ph D University of London Research Areas Modern China East Asian history Elliot Sperling Associate Professor Central Eurasian Studies Education Ph D Indiana University Research Areas Tibetan language and culture Sino Tibetan relations Aaron Stalnaker Associate Professor Religious Studies Education Ph D Brown University Research Areas Comparative religious ethics philosophy of religions theistic non theistic and comparative Chinese thought Christian thought moral philosophy theories of religion Marvin Sterling Associate Professor Anthropology Education Ph D University of California Los Angeles Research Areas Japan Jamaica race cultural globalization identity performance human rights Judith A Stubbs Adjunct Assistant Professor Curator Research Scholar IU Art Museum Assistant Professor History of Art Education Ph D University of Chicago Research Areas Japanese and Chinese painting and prints Buddhist sculpture in India and China to 618 Henghua Su Assistant Professor Chinese Language Program Coordinator EALC Education Ph D University of Wisconsin Madison Research Areas Chinese linguistics and language pedagogy second language acquisition Michiko Suzuki Associate Professor EALC Education Ph D Stanford University Research Areas Modern and contemporary Japanese literature cultural and gender studies material culture in literature Japanese film Natsuko Tsujimura Professor and Chair EALC Adjunct Professor Linguistics Education Ph D University of Arizona Research Areas Japanese language linguistics and language pedagogy theoretical linguistics Sue M C Tuohy Senior Lecturer Folklore and Ethnomusicology Affiliated Faculty EALC International Studies Education Ph D Indiana University Research Areas East Asian music and folklore Chinese culture ethnicity nationalism and tourism Greg Waller Professor Communication and Culture Education Ph D State University of New York Research Areas Entertainment and culture Japanese film representation of Japan in the United States Jing Wang Associate Professor Director of the Chinese Program IUPUI World Languages and Cultures Education Ph D Florida State University Research Areas Second language acquisition Chinese language pedagogy computer assisted language learning cultural studies Tie Xiao Assistant Professor EALC Education Ph D University of Chicago Research Areas Modern Chinese literature visual culture and intellectual history Mieko Yamada Associate Professor IU Purdue University Fort Wayne Sociology Education Ph D Western Michigan University Research Areas Sociology of education international and comparative education Japanese education race and ethnic relations Japanese minority groups Japanese popular culture Xin Zhang Associate Professor IUPUI History Education Ph D University of Chicago Research Areas Modern Chinese history Faculty Emeriti Allen Anderson Professor Emeritus IU South Bend Criminal Justice Education Ph D Southern Illinois University Research Areas HIV AIDS in China HIV AIDS policy in United States criminal process in China Christopher Atwood Associate Professor Central Eurasian Studies Education Ph D Indiana University Research Areas Mongolian historiography and social history Late medieval and early modern Chinese history Ethnic nationalism in China Laurel L Cornell Associate Professor Sociology Gender Studies EALC Education Ph D Johns Hopkins University Research Areas Sociology of Japan East Asian social and historical demographies Marc Dollinger Lawrence D Glaubinger Professor of Business Administration Chair of Undergraduate Programs Business Editor in Chief of Business Horizons Education Ph D Lehigh University Research Areas Chinese management practices value of a good reputation minority business enterprise development of cooperative strategies in fragmented industries Jurgis Elisonas Former Chair and Professor Emeritus EALC Professor Emeritus History Education Ph D Harvard University Research Areas Pre modern Japanese history Japan s international relations Robert Eno Associate Professor EALC Adjunct Associate Professor Philosophy Education Ph D University of Michigan Research Areas

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  • Visiting Scholars & Fellows: About Us: East Asian Studies Center: Indiana University
    our goal of building networks of knowledge practice resources and discovery that enhance understanding of East Asia locally regionally and nationally During their stay at Indiana University EASC requests visiting scholars give one or two public lectures as part of our East Asian Studies Center Friday Colloquium Series As host institution EASC Facilitates visiting scholars entry into the United States Reviews verifies and reports research progress to sponsors in visiting scholars home countries Supports visiting scholars access to University IDs and Library cards insuring their ability to conduct research and use related university resources Researchers of various disciplines are supported through our visiting scholars program to promote a wide range of international research and collaboration at Indiana University Please feel free to send an email to Hye Seung Theresa Kang at kang43 indiana edu if you have any questions regarding the EASC visiting scholar program Past Present Visiting Scholars 2015 16 Yoon Hae Ha Job Title Research Topic 2014 15 Hyun Joo Yoon Director of Public Relations Republic of Korea Ministry of National Defense Research Topic National Defense and Security Policies 2013 14 Nam Young Kim Staff Republic of KoreaMinistry of Culture Sports and Tourism Research Topic Policies for revitalizing local communities through arts and culture 2012 13 Susam Kim Director Republic of Korea Ministry of National Defense Research Topic A variety of range of bilateral international cooperation during UN PKO HA and or DR Seongji Woo Associate Professor School of International Studies Kyung Hee University Research Topic North Korean Politics 2010 11 Jinki Kim Professor Division of International and Area Studies Pukyong National University Research Topic Japanese Political Economy 2009 10 Hangbum Cho Professor Department of Korean Language and Literature Chungbuk National University Research Topic A Comparative and Contrastive Study of Korean and American Place Names Anita Ren Ph

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  • alumni
    State University 2007 Folklore Ethnomusicology MA Regional Program Manager at Office of International Affairs Taiwan 2007 Japanese Pedagogy MA Teacher Warren Central High School 2007 Anthropology PhD Postdoctoral Fellow in Anthropology at the University of California Berkeley 2007 East Asian Studies MA IU Art Museum 2007 Central Eurasian Studies MA PhD student in CEUS 2007 Religious Studies MA PhD student University of Chicago 2007 East Asian Studies MA Assistant Director Japan America Society in Cincinnati 2007 Fine Arts MFA PhD student in Victoria BC 2007 East Asian Languages Cultures PhD Champlain College in Vermont 2007 Religious Studies PhD Assistant Professor University of Virginia 2007 History PhD Assistant Professor Austin Peay State University 2007 Hist Phil Policy in Education PhD Assistant Professor Bowling Green State University 2008 East Asian Languages Cultures MA PhD Student Religious Studies 2008 Chinese MA Teacher The Latin School in Chicago 2008 Chinese MA Teacher The Potomac School 2008 Religious Studies MA PhD student University of Chicago 2008 Hist Phil Policy in Ed PhD Dean for International Programs Keuka College 2008 Comparative Literature PhD Assistant Professor Chung Hsing National University in Taiwan 2008 Political Science MA Adjunct Professor Butler University 2008 Folklore Ethnomusicology PhD University of Vienna 2008 Japanese MA Instructor for Intensive English for Internationals Program Univeristy of Memphis 2008 Japanese PhD Assistant Professor DePauw University 2008 Italian MA PhD student Indiana University 2008 Communication Culture PhD Lecturer University of Texas 2008 Linguistics PhD Research Fellow American Center for Mongolian Studies 2008 Linguistics MA PhD student Simon Fraser University 2008 Folklore Ethnomusicology PhD Assistant Professor University of Kansas 2008 Chinese MA Lecturer Indiana University 2009 Japanese PhD Associate Professor Otsuma Women s University 2009 Hist Phil Policy in Ed PhD Assistant Professor Houghton College 2009 Religious Studies PhD Lecturer University of Vermont 2009 Japanese MA PhD

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  • Resources
    For Graduate Students For Undergraduate Students Programs Events Colloquium Series Illinois Indiana Programs Special Events Film Series East Asian Book Workshop Webinar Korean Night Outreach K 12 Educators Students Business Government Media Professionals General Public Publications EASC Newsletter K 12 Newsletter Imaging Reading Eros Japanese Education Taoist Resources Indiana East Asian Working Paper Series Faculty Publications Dissertations TEAMS Lesson Plans Price List Subscribe to News Community Bridges Children Languages World

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  • Contact Us: About Us: East Asian Studies Center: Indiana University
    Lesson Plans Price List Subscribe to News Community Bridges Children Languages World Ambassadors Student Organizations Clubs Center Activities Get Involved Japan Disaster Relief Volunteer Internship Ways to Give Get Involved Become and EASC Volunteer Learn More Site Map Contact Us Find People About Us Contact Us Indiana University East Asian Studies Center Global and International Studies Building 355 North Jordan Avenue Bloomington IN 47405 1105 812 855 3765 or 800 441 3272 Fax 812 855 7762 easc at indiana dot edu easc indiana edu Persons with disabilities interested in attending our events who may require assistance please contact 812 855 3765 in advance Office Hours Monday Friday 8 a m 5 p m Staff Hye Seung Theresa Kang Associate Director kang43 indiana edu Jacob Bergman Database Office Services Coordinator Brendan Devine Program Assistant Juan Du Outreach Assistant Young Hwang Grants Assistant Samson Lotven Program Assistant Anthony Ross Outreach Coordinator Jacque é Williams Outreach Assistant Location Directions and Parking The East Asian Studies Center is located in the Global and International Studies Building 355 North Jordan Avenue Bloomington IN 47405 This building is located just east of the Wells Library Parking is limited at the GISB All visitors are encouraged to

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