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  • East Asian Studies at IU: East Asian Studies Center: Indiana University
    Relief Volunteer Internship Ways to Give Film Series Spring 2016 Learn more Site Map Contact Us Find People East Asian Studies at IU Spotlight Heidi Ross Director of EASC Through collaborative research trips to China and study tours to East Asia with IU students and K 12 educators Heidi Ross brings a deep knowledge of East Asia and a spirit of cooperative learning to the classroom and the community Read more The vibrant and expanding community of faculty and students in East Asian studies spans more than 20 departments and professional schools on the Bloomington campus East Asian studies at Indiana University is home to the following A top ranked East Asian languages and cultures program U S Department of Education East Asia National Resource Center Consortium with a partner center at the University of Illinois Chinese Flagship Program for undergraduates and Research Center for Chinese Politics Business More than 220 courses with East Asian content are offered each year with especially strong expertise in modern and contemporary societies gender and sexuality language pedagogy politics business and education Search keyword EALC in the schedule of classes for a partial list of East Asian content courses offered this semester IU s

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  • Centers: East Asian Studies at IU: East Asian Studies Center: Indiana University
    Ambassadors Student Organizations Clubs Center Activities Get Involved Japan Disaster Relief Volunteer Internship Ways to Give Site Map Contact Us Find People East Asian Studies at IU Centers Asian Culture Center ACC This center promotes understanding of Asian and Asian American cultures history and issues at Indiana University and the surrounding community We regularly co sponsor cultural events with the ACC such as holiday celebrations and musical performances Center for Chinese Language Pedagogy CCLP CCLP promotes the teaching learning and research of Chinese language It provides leadership scholarship and service in Chinese language education to all sectors of society by supporting quality Chinese programs K 16 articulation professional development and research Center for International Business Education Research CIBER Indiana University s CIBER supports professional international business development research and travel opportunities to faculty and students as well as outreach to regional and national business and educators We collaborate with CIBER on several East Asia initiatives including undergraduate study tours to East Asia and business language courses Center for Research on Japanese Educational History CRJEH Founded in 1994 CRJEH supports international conferences publications international visitors and a translation series to acquaint an international audience with current scholarship on the history of

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  • Degree & Certification Programs: East Asian Studies at IU: East Asian Studies Center: Indiana University
    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 Why Study East Asia About 10 000 Americans are studying in East and Southeast Asia in contrast to the 200 000 students from East and Southeast Asia studying in the United States Source Institute of International Education Site Map Contact Us Find People East Asian Studies at IU Spotlight Richard Rubinger Professor of East Asian Languages and Cultures Straddling two disciplines Japanese language history and comparative education Richard Rubinger brings new insights to his teaching and research on Japanese culture His recently published Popular Literacy in Early Modern Japan traces the development of literacy among Japan s commoner populations through four centuries looking especially at the role of village headmen as mediators of literacy and culture Read more Degree Certification Programs Indiana University s Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures offers a variety of bachelor s master s and doctoral degree programs for the study of East Asia Bachelor s Programs Undergraduate students can choose between two B A majors Language and Culture Chinese Japanese or Korean East Asian Studies Master s Programs The department offers three M A programs as well as two joint dual degrees in partnership with professional schools M A in Chinese or Japanese M A in Chinese or Japanese Language Pedagogy M A in East Asian Studies Joint Dual Degrees M A in East Asian Studies M B A through the Kelley School of Business M A in East Asian Studies M P A through the School of Public and Environmental Affairs Doctoral Program Students in the Ph D program train for careers in teaching and research at the college and university level The department offers a Ph

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  • Faculty by Area of Expertise: East Asian Studies at IU: East Asian Studies Center: Indiana University
    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 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 Heidi Ross Professor Education Adjunct Professor EALC Director EASC Education Ph D University of Michigan Research Areas Comparative and international education East Asian schooling Chinese secondary schooling gender and schooling 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 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 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 Tie Xiao Assistant Professor EALC Education Ph D University of Chicago Research Areas Modern Chinese literature visual culture and intellectual history Economics Amanda Michaud Assistant Professor Economics Education Ph D University of Minnesota Research Areas Macroeconomics Chinese Housing Markets Macro prudential Policy Education Sheena Choi Associate Professor IU Purdue University Fort Wayne Education Education Ph D State University of New York Research Areas Comparative and international education Korean education sociology of education Masato Ogawa Assistant Professor IU Kokomo Education Education Ed D University of Georgia Research Areas Secondary education learning and teaching of history historical perspectives on issues facing international teachers in U S K 12 classrooms comparative textbook analyses and Japanese education Heidi Ross Professor Education Adjunct Professor EALC Director EASC Education Ph D University of Michigan Research Areas Comparative and international education East Asian schooling Chinese secondary schooling gender and schooling Richard Rubinger Professor EALC Adjunct Professor History Education Education Ph D Columbia University Research Areas Japanese history and society education and literacy Japanese language 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 Fine Arts Osamu James Nakagawa Associate Professor Fine Arts Education M F A University of Houston Research Areas International photographer Rowland Ricketts Assistant Professor Fine Arts Education M F A Cranbrook Academy of Art Research Areas Japanese indigo production natural dyes 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 Folklore Ethnomusicology Michael Dylan Foster Associate Professor Folklore and Ethnomusicology Education Ph D Stanford University Research Areas Japanese folklore literature and film monster and supernatural studies legend popular culture ritual and festival tourism 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 Foreign Languages Yoshiko Okada Green Lecturer IU South Bend World Language Studies Education M S Indiana University South Bend Research Areas Japanese David Stringer Assistant Professor Second Language Studies Education Ph D University of Durham Research Areas Acquisition language and spatial cognition Japanese linguistics Reiko Yonogi Associate Professor Director of Japanese Studies IUPUI World Languages and Cultures Education Ph D University of Illinois Research Areas Japanese language and literature comparative literature Gender Studies 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 Sara Friedman Associate Professor Anthropology Gender Studies EALC Education Ph D Cornell University Research Areas Gender and sexuality migration and citizenship marriage kinship and reproductive politics law ethnicity China and Taiwan 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 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 Michiko Suzuki Associate Professor EALC Education Ph D Stanford University Research Areas Modern Japanese literature fiction literary genre and criticism cultural and gender studies identity construction History Xiaoqing Diana Chen Lin Associate Professor IU Northwest History and Philosophy Education Ph D University of Chicago Research Areas History of China and modern East Asia Nicholas Cullather Full Professor History Education Ph D University of Virginia Research Areas U S foreign relations Southeast Asia Edward Lazzerini Academic Specialist Central Eurasian Studies Adjunct Professor History Director Inner Asian and Uralic National Resource Center Denis Sinor Research Institute for Inner Asian Studies Education Ph D University of Washington Research Areas Sino Russian relations 16th 20th centuries comparative study of early modern empires Russian Chinese Ottoman and Spanish Turkic peoples under Russian and Chinese imperial rule Eurasian commentary traditions and modernity intellectual developments within

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  • Graduate Students: East Asian Studies at IU: East Asian Studies Center: Indiana University
    around when it comes to studying China After receiving his BA at the University of Wisconsin Madison Michael studied at the Mandarin Training Center at National Taiwan Normal University where he was also a part of the department s boat team for the Dragon Boat Festival He then moved to Xi an in the People s Republic of China where he found himself working as an editor at Huawei In his first year at IU he used his FLAS Scholarship to study fifth year Chinese and Literary Chinese and was also elected the department graduate student representative for the GPSO This year he is serving as an area studies AI for the EALC department an experience he finds as rewarding as it is challenging Michael is currently interested in studying Chinese nationalism specifically in relation to how nationalistic Chinese intellectuals may view or construct concepts of race history and so called traditional culture alongside China s economic rise and newfound confidence in global politics Graduate Students We serve as a hub of a campus wide network of graduate students studying East Asia There are approximately 140 students pursuing advanced degrees with a concentration on China Japan or Korea in more than 20 Indiana University Bloomington departments and professional schools Current Students A I A I J R S Z Christopher Blackburn M A student East Asian Languages and Cultures Research Interests Contemporary China International Relations East Asian Political Economy David Boyd Ph D student East Asian Languages and Cultures Research Interests Chinese thought and religion Evan Bracken M A Student East Asian Languages and Cultures Research Interests Japanese Language Pedagogy Jingjing Cai Ph D student East Asian Languages and Cultures Research Interests Modern Chinese Literature and Culture Yung Yung Chang M A student East Asian Languages and Cultures Research Interests

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  • Language Programs & Resources: East Asian Studies at IU: East Asian Studies Center: Indiana University
    Give Why Study East Asia The U S Department of Labor projects strong growth from 2004 14 in industries employing interpreters and translators Demand for translators of Chinese Japanese and Korean is expected to remain strong Site Map Contact Us Find People East Asian Studies at IU Spotlight Eric Cox East Asian Languages and Cultures major studying Japanese and Korean With help from EASC undergraduate Eric Cox has taken his research from Indiana University to Tochigi prefecture Japan and Seoul South Korea During EASC s summer home stay program in Tochigi Eric conducted research on the popularity of Korean pop culture in Japan The next year EASC s Korean Business and Culture course and study tour gave him the chance to pursue this research from the Korean side as well Although he s still exploring career paths Eric says EASC s programs have given me a broad range of experiences that I can carry into any future work Language Programs Resources Indiana University offers training in all levels of modern Chinese Japanese and Korean as well as classical Chinese and Japanese languages Chinese Language Program Japanese Language Program Korean Language Program In addition the IU Chinese Flagship program offers two

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  • Library & Museum Resources: East Asian Studies at IU: East Asian Studies Center: Indiana University
    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 East Asian Studies at IU Library Museum Resources East Asian Collection at the Herman B Wells Library This collection traces its beginning back to 1950 and was officially established in 1961 It has broad coverage in the humanities and social sciences Through the past decades it has grown steadily becoming one of the major resource centers in the country for East Asian studies The collection has a strong focus in the following areas Chinese history political science socio economic conditions social movements and secret societies and the history of education Japanese pre 1900 literature and history fine arts postwar education and economy gender studies and political science and Korean humanities folklore and social movements East Asian Collection Newsletters Read the most recent issue of the East Asian Collection Newsletter published through the Herman B Wells Library East Asian Materials at the Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex Gender and Reproduction The Kinsey Institute s collection includes rare books scrolls art artifacts photographs and films on cultural and historical aspects of sexuality in East Asia

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  • Study Abroad: East Asian Studies at IU: East Asian Studies Center: Indiana University
    Bridges Children Languages World Ambassadors Student Organizations Clubs Center Activities Get Involved Japan Disaster Relief Volunteer Internship Ways to Give Why Study East Asia Business Four of the United States s top 10 trading partners are in East Asia China 2 Japan 4 South Korea 7 and Taiwan 8 Source U S Census Bureau Site Map Contact Us Find People East Asian Studies at IU Study Abroad Indiana University administers a large number of exchanges that give students opportunities to study and conduct research in East Asia Following is a partial list of undergraduate and graduate student overseas study programs at Indiana University Undergraduate Student Opportunities China Beijing Foreign Studies University for Hutton Honors College Students offered through IES formerly known as the Institute of European Studies City University of Hong Kong for Business or Liberal Arts and Management Program LAMP students University of Nanjing offered through the Council on International Educational Exchange CIEE Japan Doshisha University in Kyoto Japan Institute of Photography and Film in Osaka Kanda University of International Studies in Tokyo offered through IES Nanzan University in Nagoya Korea Yonsei University in Seoul offered through CIEE Graduate Student Opportunities China China Europe International Business School in Shanghai

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