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  • Korean Book Workshop: Programs & Events: East Asian Studies Center: Indiana University
    Give Site Map Contact Us Find People Publications East Asian Book Workshop In the Spring of 2013 The East Asian Studies Center at Indiana University started the Korean Book Workshop Each semester students read and discussed current works by Koreanists and then spoke with the authors through online videoconferencing Starting in Fall 2014 the Korean Book Workshop expanded to become the East Asian Book Workshop adding topics related to the whole of East Asia For more information about the workshop please contact eastasia indiana edu Fall 2015 East Asian Book Workshop Flyer Interviews Associate Professor Chenyang Li Philosophy Programme Nanyang Technological University November 19 2014 Subject Professor Li s book The Confucian Philosophy of Harmony Associate Professor Paola Iovene East Asian Languages and Civilizations University of Chicago November 7 2014 Subject Professor Iovene s book Tales of Futures Past Anticipation and the Ends of Literature in Contemporary China Presidential Teaching Professor E Taylor Atkins History Northern Illinois University click to view edited interview October 2 2014 Subject Professor Atkins s book Primitive Selves Koreana in the Japanese Colonial Gaze 1910 1945 Associate Professor Theodore Q Hughes East Asian Languages Cultures Columbia University April 4 2014 Subject Professor Hughes s book Literature and Film in Cold War South Korea Freedom s Frontier Associate Professor Sean Kim History Anthropology University of Central Missouri click to view edited interview March 26 2014 Subject Two articles on Protestant Christianity in Korea Associate Professor Hyunjoon Park Sociology University of Pennsylvania March 12 2014 Subject Professor Park s book Re Evaluating Education in Japan and Korea Demystifying stereotypes Professor Nancy Abelmann Anthropology University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign November 18 2013 Subject Two articles about developing social structures among Korean university students Professor Namhee Lee Modern Korean History UCLA October 25 2013 Subject Professor Lee s

    Original URL path: http://www.iu.edu/~easc/programs/koreanbook.shtml (2016-04-30)
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  • webinar
    spring 2015 EASC will hold a total of three Webinars covering diverse topics such as Korean pop culture Chinese Buddhist painting and Japanese folklore Spring 2015 Webinars Spring and Summer 2014 Webinars Webinar Recordings Yokai Monsters of Japan Date April 20 2015 Michael Dylan Foster Associate Professor Folklore IU Bloomington Facilitator John Frank Social Studies Teacher Center Grove High School Greenwood Indiana Duration 01 15 19 Spirits of the Mind Gods Ghosts and Meditating Monks in Chinese Buddhist Art Date March 16 2015 Phillip Bloom Assistant Professor Art History IU Bloomington Facilitator John Frank Social Studies Teacher Center Grove High School Greenwood Indiana Duration 1 09 28 Click here to view Buddhist ritual referenced in webinar 0 16 50 Pop Culture Song Cinema and the Korean Wave Date February 10 2015 Michael Robinson Professor East Asian Languages and Cultures IU Bloomington Facilitator John Frank Social Studies Teacher Center Grove High School Greenwood Indiana Duration 1 09 45 Story of Study Abroad to East Asia Date June 19 2014 Presenter and Facilitator John M Frank Social Studies Teacher Center Grove High School Greenwood Indiana Duration 01 08 07 Japan Blue Japanese Indigo Textiles Date April 12 2014 Rowland Ricketts Textiles Fine Art IU Bloomington Facilitator John Frank Social Studies Teacher Center Grove High School Greenwood Indiana Duration 01 11 06 Musicology of Ka Mu Ak Korean Song Dance and Instrumentation Date March 6 2014 Chan Eung Park Professor East Asian Languages and Literatures Ohio State University Facilitator John Frank Social Studies Teacher Center Grove High School Greenwood Indiana Duration 00 25 00 Half the sky Schooling China s Millennial Girls Date February 11 2014 Heidi Ross Director East Asian Studies Center Professor Educational Policy Studies IU Bloomington Facilitator John Frank Social Studies Teacher Center Grove High School Greenwood Indiana Duration 01

    Original URL path: http://www.iu.edu/~easc/programs/webinar.shtml (2016-04-30)
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  • Korean Night
    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 Ambassadors Student Organizations Clubs Center Activities Get Involved

    Original URL path: http://www.iu.edu/~easc/programs/KoreanNight.shtml (2016-04-30)
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  • Outreach: East Asian Studies Center: Indiana University
    Children Languages World Ambassadors Student Organizations Clubs Center Activities Get Involved Japan Disaster Relief Volunteer Internship Ways to Give K 12 Teacher Workshops Interested in introducing your high school literature students to ancient Chinese poetry postwar Japanese novels and contemporary Korean short stories Join us for our annual Teaching East Asian Literature in the High School Workshop in Bloomington Learn More Site Map Contact Us Find People Outreach We have a vigorous K 12 teacher outreach program including our flagship NCTA programs National Consortium for Teaching about Asia NCTA Teaching about Asia seminars for middle and high school teachers 2016 Birmingham AL Application Form CJK Pedagogy Workshop Workshop for K 16 teachers of Chinese Japanese and Korean NCTA Teaching East Asian Literature in the High School workshops Workshop for high school English and world literature teachers Together these programs have reached nearly 1 200 educators since their inception in 1999 As the winner of the prestigious 2005 Goldman Sachs Foundation Prize for Excellence in International Education we are committed to meeting the professional development needs of teachers and to promoting the study of East Asia among K 12 students We also reach business government and media through briefings and conferences

    Original URL path: http://www.iu.edu/~easc/outreach/index.shtml (2016-04-30)
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  • K-12 Educators and Students: Outreach: East Asian Studies Center: Indiana University
    High School workshop 1999 A one week residential workshop for high school English and world literature teachers EASC Resources Bibliography of Resources on East Asia PDF or Word A selected bibliography of primary and secondary sources and curricular resources to assist in teaching about East Asia at the K 12 level East Asian Box Lessons Themed boxes containing cultural artifacts and activity plans to assist in teaching East Asian cultures to young students East Asian Literature Lesson Plans Selected lesson plans developed by participants in our annual Teaching East Asian Literature in the High School Workshop East Asian Loan Words A Crossword Puzzle PDF A crossword puzzle of English words that are of Chinese and Japanese origin Japanese Art Program for Grades 3 6 PDF Seven Japanese art lesson plans Daruma Doll Kamon Kimono Hanko Kotowaza and Emaki designed for 3rd to 6th graders These lessons facilitate understanding of Japanese culture through art in relation to American culture Japanese Children s Art A collection of 20 prize winning artwork created by children in the 71st National Exhibition of Art in Education in Japan These 20 works of art were made possible for viewing by the Society for the Promotion of Art in Education in Japan along with the special help of Indiana University Professor Marjorie Cohee Manifold Art Education Program Curriculum Instruction Japanese National Standards Learning Scenarios PDF These standards based lessons were created by 12 Japanese language teachers in Indiana and one in Iowa It was supported by the United States Japan Foundation Earlham College and the East Asian Studies Center Monsters and the Monstrous in Japanese History and Culture Text film and online resources for teaching and learning about Japanese monsters and ideas of the monstrous Photovoice Step by step instructions for using Photovoice a teaching methodology based on photo sharing to connect students across cultures Teaching East Asia in the Middle Schools TEAMS Lesson Plans Lesson plans developed by middle school teachers based on the National Council for the Social Studies themes Tibet and China Lesson Plan Developed by a curriculum specialist and a China specialist this lesson plan addresses Standard 7 Conflict and Cooperation of the Geography and History of the World standards for Indiana high schools through a case study of the conflict between Tibet and China Video Lending Library Videos on China Taiwan Japan and Korea with a mail out lending service available to all K 12 teachers in the United States outside of the Bloomington area Other Resources Asia for Educators AFE In conjunction with the National Consortium for Teaching about Asia NCTA AFE provides on line professional development courses on Asia for K 12 teachers Asian Learning Center of Indiana ALCI An extensive lists of curriculum resources for Asian Studies in K 12 schools compiled by the ALCI China Exchange Initiative The China Exchange Initiative builds educational exchange programs between schools throughout the United States and China at the pre college level It provides exploratory discussions presentations to school and community groups

    Original URL path: http://www.iu.edu/~easc/outreach/educators/index.shtml (2016-04-30)
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  • Business, Government, and Media Professionals: Outreach: East Asian Studies Center: Indiana University
    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 Ambassadors Student Organizations Clubs Center Activities Get Involved Japan Disaster Relief Volunteer Internship Ways to Give Site Map

    Original URL path: http://www.iu.edu/~easc/outreach/business.shtml (2016-04-30)
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  • General Public: Resources: East Asian Studies Center: Indiana University
    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 Ambassadors Student Organizations Clubs Center Activities Get Involved Japan Disaster Relief Volunteer Internship Ways to Give Site Map Contact Us Find People Outreach General Public Programs Asia

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  • Publications: East Asian Studies Center: Indiana University
    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 Publications In addition to our online newsletters we publish conference proceedings working paper series and outreach resources We also assist in the publication and distribution of scholarly journals East Asian Studies Center EASC Newsletter This online newsletter includes reports on events student and faculty activities and East Asia related news at Indiana University K 12 East Asian Connection Newsletter This quarterly newsletter for K 12 educators is available for free to subscribers It includes reports on our upcoming outreach events information on new East Asia related resources and classroom activities TEAMS Lesson Plans Lesson plans developed by middle school teachers at our 1996 98 Teaching East Asia in the Middle School TEAMS workshops based on National Council for the Social Studies themes Each volume contains lesson plans outlines and activities that present central issues related to East Asia in a systematic and easy to understand way Imaging Reading Eros Proceedings of the conference Sexuality and Edo Culture 1750 1850 History of Japanese Education Translation Series Supported by the Center for Research on

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