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  • Guidelines for Admission | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    3 Your preparation in the following areas proficiency in the primary language of research and any secondary languages academic preparation in your discipline of specialization English language proficiency including writing skills 4 Areas that will require further training We appreciate an honest self appraisal no one expects applicants to have mastered all necessary skills 5 Why you have chosen UW for your graduate studies d Three Letters of Recommendation Please use the Graduate School online application system to provide contact information for three people who will write letters of recommendation on your behalf Recommenders should be academic instructors familiar with your academic ability especially in your intended major language and discipline e GRE and TOEFL The Department of Asian Languages Literature requires all incoming graduate students to take the Graduate Record Examination Applicants whose native language is other than English must pass the Test of English As a Foreign Language TOEFL for details please see Graduate Memo 8 An official English language test score minimum qualifications 7 0 on the IELTS 92 on the TOEFL iBT 580 on the TOEFL pBT paper based Submitting Scores please ask the Educational Testing Service ETS to send your score to the University of Washington using the University s institutional code of 4854 You can also include our departmental code of 2601 if it is required by ETS It is the applicant s responsibility to ensure that the Graduate School has received all the necessary scores by the deadline There is a certain degree of flexibility but at the very latest the scores should arrive at the end of December If you have questions about application procedures please email the Graduate Adviser at asianapp uw edu Tuition Financial Aid Resident tuition plus fees is approximately 15 000 and non resident tuition plus fees is approximately 27 000 but that number is subject to change You can find detailed information on current UW tuition rates at the Office of Planning Budgeting Asian Languages Literature students are classified as Graduate Tier I Any questions on current tution and fees should be directed to Student Fiscal Services Financial aid for graduate students newly entering the Department is awarded on a competitive basis The Department in a given year has typically one Top Scholars Award to recruit an exceptionally promising incoming graduate student Please note that with the exception of the Top Scholars Award application for admission to the Department s graduate program does not automatically constitute an application for financial aid You must separately apply for financial aid There are a variety of other funding opportunities To apply for any of these including TA positions and FLAS awards you must put in a separate application Each requires a separate appliction and we will not consider you for any of these unless you do put in a separate application Foreign Language and Area Studies or FLAS fellowships are awarded to graduate students for the study of Chinese Japanese Hindi Urdu Bengali and Korean Applicants to the program are

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  • Departmental M.A. and Ph.D. Policies and Procedures | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    can be conveniently included in the student s program As a piece of research on a narrowly defined topic it is properly presented for consideration by all members of the M A examining committee only after the student has demonstrated a general competence in the field 2 4 1 After satisfactory completion of course work passing of the requisite examinations and presentation of acceptable research work the student will be deemed to have satisfied the requirements for the M A degree 2 4 2 A copy of the successful candidate s research whether thesis or research papers will be kept in the student s file along with comments of the examining committee and their specific recommendations as to whether or not the student should be encouraged to continue for a Ph D degree These recommendations should be included regardless of whether the student has expressed her intention to continue for the Ph D or not Coordinators of language programs change from year to year Please consult with the office to learn the current language program coordinator for your area of study 3 0 0 Ph D Program and Requirements 3 1 0 No specific number of course credits is prescribed for the Ph D degree by the Department the Graduate School requires a minimum of 90 credits but the student should refer to the individual program descriptions for course requirements In addition the student should familiarize herself with the Doctoral Degree Requirements at http www grad washington edu stsv quickref htm particularly those items relating to course level and residence requirements 3 1 1 A graduate student is expected to maintain a 3 00 cumulative grade point average See section 2 1 2 3 2 0 The student should arrange an appointment with the language program coordinator as soon as possible after arrival in order to discuss the appointment of an academic adviser and development of a program of studies The filing of a program of studies is a formal requirement of the Ph D program 3 3 0 A student who is pursuing the Ph D degree is required to pass an an examination in a language other than the language chosen for specialization This examination must be passed before she can proceed to the doctoral General Examination 3 3 1 During the second and no later than the third quarter after the student has started graduate studies an appointment should be made with the academic adviser to develop a plan of language study The plan of language study should clearly state the reasons for selecting a specific language to satisfy this additional language requirement how it is relevant to the student s field of study and the level of proficiency the student should attain in view of those reasons as well as a time schedule determining which courses to be taken when which works to be read when and how the student will generally endeavor to work towards this proficiency The goal may be proficiency to read texts of all sorts including specific journals or monographs by specific authors productive in the field In this case student and faculty will prepare a reading list that can of course be revised in the course of the study This serves the purpose of allowing the student to become acquainted with literature crucial to the field of study as deemed useful in consultation with the advisor Alternatively if speaking listening language proficiency or linguistic analysis is the goal an oral exam or a specific course requirement or both may be specified in consultation with the adviser 3 4 0 No student will be considered for admission to precandidacy for the Ph D degree who has not completed at least two quarters of graduate study in this Department University of Washington General Catalog Graduate Student Level Classifications Category 3 Precandidate Having had a doctoral committee appointed and thus having been admitted into the doctoral program but not yet having completed the Graduate School General Examination 3 4 1 No student may be considered for admission to precandidacy until she has completed the minimum 45 course credits for the M A degree and has passed the written M A comprehensive examination 3 4 1 a Students who have taken an M A in this Department will have satisfied these requirements automatically 3 4 1 b Students who bypass the M A must satisfy these requirements in their entirety 3 4 1 c Students entering the Department with an M A from another University of Washington department or from another institution must satisfy these requirements in their entirety 3 4 1 d Students entering the Department with an M A from another institution in the same language and literature area as the proposed Ph D work will be exempted from taking the written M A comprehensive examination in this Department 3 4 2 A student desiring to be admitted to precandidacy for the Ph D must present a formal petition to that effect explaining as concretely as possible her academic plans and goals and indicating the faculty member s with whom she expects primarily to study Petition forms are available in the Department office The principal part of the petition is a statement of purpose that the student is to append to the form The statement may be whatever length is deemed appropriate and should discuss in precise terms the relation between the studies the student has pursued up to this point and proposed Ph D work It may include a specification of the four fields that the student intends to establish but it does not have to include them 3 4 2 a In addition to the formal petition the student desiring admission to precandidacy should prepare as supporting documents a copy of her M A thesis or appropriate seminar papers or both her written M A examination papers and transcripts of all graduate work done Note that when the final copy of a thesis or of the papers is not available clean penultimate drafts are acceptable The student should bear in mind that the better the version submitted the better the application will appear 3 4 2 b Beyond these items a student may ask that any relevant material be included in the file and taken into consideration for example records of honors and awards professional accomplishments paper presentations publications and so forth The normal procedure will be to cull from the student s M A file appropriate materials to be included in the Ph D program application file 3 4 2 c The petition is the formal means by which a student expresses her desire to be considered for admission to the Ph D program and is to be filed with the Department Graduate Secretary who will open the necessary file and handle all of the administrative work involved in the application 3 4 2 d Students will be informed in writing by the Graduate Program Coordinator whether or not they have been admitted to the Ph D program within four weeks of completing their files for admission Students receiving an M A degree in this Department who wish to be admitted without delay into the Ph D program must therefore complete their application file by the sixth Friday of the quarter in which they expect to receive their M A degree Otherwise the student must file the Petition to Proceed to the Ph D program by the end of the first quarter after the M A degree has been received Summer Quarters excepted To be assured of knowing the outcome of the petition before the end of the quarter in question students must file their petitions by the end of the sixth week of the quarter Failure to file by the end of the quarter after having obtained an M A degree will have the effect of signaling the student s intention not to continue and the student will be expected not to register further Students who attempt to register for more than one quarter after the M A degree has been received from this Department but who have not filed a petition to be admitted into the Ph D program will be asked to withdraw from the program In the event that a student does not withdraw upon such a request the Department will recommend to the Graduate School that the student be dismissed 3 4 2 e For students entering the Department with M A degrees from other University of Washington departments or from other institutions the petition cannot be filed before all of the M A equivalency requirements course credit requirements as specified in section 3 4 1 and following have been satisfied Students entering the Department with an M A in the same language and literature as that of the proposed Ph D work will be exempted from taking the written M A comprehensive examinations in this Department and submission of written M A examination papers will not be required though students may elect optionally to take the written M A comprehensive examination in order to strengthen their application to the Ph D program Once those requirements have been satisfied the student must file the petition to proceed into the Ph D program by the end of the following quarter Summer Quarters excepted Students who fail to file by this time will be expected to withdraw from the program 3 4 3 a Once a file is complete the Graduate Secretary will notify all of the graduate faculty in the program in question of the application via a dated evaluation form accompanied by a copy of the student s petition Each faculty member then bears the responsibility of scrutinizing the applicant s file available in the Graduate Secretary s office and of returning the evaluation form with a recommendation for admission or not Only two options are available yes or no Faculty members must choose one or the other or abstain Abstentions reduce the effectiveness of the process 3 4 3 b When all of the faculty responses have been received by the Graduate Secretary or by the end of a period of three weeks from the time when the applicant s file became complete whichever comes first the Graduate Secretary will forward the faculty recommendation forms together with the applicant s file to the coordinator of the language program in question who will have the authority and responsibility for making the formal decision The language program coordinator may of course consult informally with any faculty member about the advisability of a particular admission but in cases of strong differences of opinion the language program coordinator must make every effort to evaluate both sides of the question fairly The written faculty responses to the application will be considered confidential and will be so treated by the language program coordinator They will not become a part of the student s permanent file 3 4 3 c In the event that for whatever reason after informal consultations with other faculty the language program coordinator cannot arrive at an appropriate decision he or she may call a meeting of the program faculty so that the question can be discussed viva voce and a decision can be reached If this recourse fails to yield a decision the faculty shall prepare written summaries of the arguments for and against admission no more than two typescript pages for each summary and these together with the application file shall be turned over to the Department chair who will decide the question as he or she sees fit 3 4 3 d The decision will be delivered to the applicant by means of a letter written by the Graduate Program Coordinator within four weeks of the date when the application file became complete except in cases where consultations and meetings are required such that the four week deadline cannot be met In such cases the student shall be notified of the delay and given a reasonable estimate of when a decision is likely to be forthcoming 3 4 3 e In the event of an unfavorable decision the student may within the time limitations specified in section 3 4 2 d repeat the petition and application process Unless the new file is significantly different from the file for the first application the same decision may be expected 3 4 3 f If the time limitations specified in section 3 4 2 d have been exceeded the petition and application process is no longer valid for students whose original application was unsuccessful Such students must initiate a new application for admission to the Department 3 5 0 Once accepted into the Ph D program the student shall formally establish her his four fields of specialization at least three of which must be taken with faculty in the Department of Asian Languages and Literature The four fields in the aggregate must represent a broad coverage of language and literature No Ph D program can be accepted that does not have at least one field in literature and at least one in language including linguistics and philology 3 5 1 A statement shall be entered into the student s file indicating the fields for which she is studying and the faculty members who are guiding her in each of the fields These faculty members shall constitute the student s Supervisory Committee whose appointment will then be made official by the Graduate School The Graduate School will also appoint a Graduate Faculty Representative at this time The choice of a Graduate Faculty Representative is to be made by the student s academic adviser in consultation with the student and other program faculty The Graduate School requires that the Supervisory Committee be appointed at least four months prior to the General Examination 3 6 0 To ensure that the requirements for either M A or Ph D programs are closely adhered to a checklist of all requirements should be made to be kept in the student s file As a student completes a requirement the academic adviser can indicate by initialing each item that the requirement has been met Samples of the checklists shall be attached to these Policies and Procedures 3 7 0 Oral examinations for Ph D candidates and the defense of the Ph D dissertation are in principle open to anyone to attend The Department encourages students still pursuing course work to attend such examinations to become better acquainted with examples of questions that are put to the examinees the depth and breadth of inquiries and the challenges and objections that are raised during these oral examinations and defenses 3 8 0 It shall be the responsibility of the student to seek the advice of the individual members of his Supervisory Committee regarding preparation for his study toward the four field examinations and to keep the appropriate faculty members apprised of his progress in this regard No faculty member is obligated to provide an examination on short notice for a student who has failed to keep him or her informed of these matters Faculty members are on the other hand required to evaluate the student s progress and either to administer the examination or to recommend remedial study as appropriate 3 8 1 It shall likewise be the responsibility of the student to keep her academic adviser informed of her progress and to provide him or her sufficient advance notice of her readiness to be examined in each of her four fields 3 8 2 A field examination may be scheduled at the request of the student or the decision of the supervising faculty member for the field in question when either the student or the faculty member judges that an appropriate amount of time has been spent on preparation of the field 3 8 3 After the student has successfully completed the last of his Field Examinations the chairman of the Supervisory Committee will schedule an oral General Examination This may be scheduled no earlier than four months from the date that the Supervisory Committee is officially appointed by the Graduate School Upon successfully completing the General Examination the student is admitted to candidacy and proceeds to write the dissertation See the University of Washington General Catalog Admission to Candidacy for Doctoral Degree http www grad washington edu stsv doctoralinfo htm for details on the procedures 3 9 0 An informal reading committee will be appointed to evaluate periodically the candidate s research progress The committee will consist of the academic adviser and one or two others This is not the Reading Committee to be formally designated by the Dean of the Graduate School 3 9 1 The candidate is expected to present to the reading committee a detailed prospectus about twenty pages explaining the topic of her projected dissertation its originality and significance a bibliography of works related to the topic and the feasibility of the plan in view of the time and resources available The committee s written comments on the prospectus shall be presented to the academic adviser who will convey them to the candidate 3 9 2 The candidate is expected to report on the progress of her research at least once a year and to submit written sections of her research to her academic adviser No reading committee member may refuse to read preliminary chapters or decline to evaluate a candidate s ongoing research 3 9 3 It is expected that a student will be registered at least two quarters at the University of Washington after passing the General Examination and before a warrant is authorized for the Final Examination 3 10 1 The chairman as well as the other members of the Reading Committee shall have a minimum of three weeks to read and study a final draft copy of the whole dissertation before signing the Request for Final Examination which is itself due in the Graduate School three weeks before the scheduled Final Examination Candidates should allow therefore a minimum of six weeks between submission of the first

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  • Guidelines for the M.A. | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    not be offered when faculty are on leave Ideally students should take at least one course with every faculty member in their program so as to familiarize themselves with the full range of scholarship and expertise available to them The student should submit a feasible proposal of study to the advisor which after approval will be filed by the department secretary no later than the third quarter of graduate study The plan of study should be viewed as a guideline rather than a straightjacket specifics of the plan are likely to change as the student proceeds but the general course of study should be clear There is a minimum course requirement of 45 credits and the student must take classes and examinations relating to both the linguistic and literature aspects of the language of specialization Classes in other disciplines might also be advisable e g religion or anthropology depending on the student s chosen field of specialization Please note that a graduate student is required to maintain a minimum 3 0 GPA The student s file will contain a checklist download fillable form as RTF of the required courses in his her program and the student will be responsible for checking off each requirement as the courses are completed When all courses are taken the student will present the completed list to the Program Coordinator and ask him her or his her designated representative to sign off the box course work completed on the checklist If there are any irregularities such as course substitutions an explanation will be placed in the file along with the signature 3 Taking the M A General Examination When the required course work is completed the student should prepare for the General Examination which is a written test consisting of two two hour exams to be taken in the same week The purpose of this test is to demonstrate the student s general competence that is the aforementioned broad picture view At the latest during the quarter prior to the exam date the student should meet with the advisor to discuss exam preparation In preparation for this meeting the student should compile a list of classes taken and readings completed so as to give the advisor a good idea of what the student already knows and what needs more work On the basis of this information an effective strategy for exam preparation can be devised 4 Writing a Thesis or Two Research Papers Officially it is only after passing the General Examination that the student will proceed to work on a thesis but it is advisable for the student to start thinking about a topic of specialization and start working on it as soon as is practical Alternatively if the advisor approves students can submit two in depth research papers in lieu of one thesis The M A thesis should make an original contribution to existing research in a given field and present it in a coherent form with the conventional scholarly apparatus In this

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  • Guidelines for the Ph.D. | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    reasons as well as a time schedule determining which courses to be taken when which works to be read when and how the student will generally endeavor to work towards this proficiency Please also note that fulfillment of the credit requirements does not automatically ensure admission to the Ph D Program All students must be formally admitted to pre candidacy by the faculty in their Program download fillable form as RTF 3 a Students with an MA from this Department Students with an MA from this Department cannot automatically assume successful admission into the PhD program See Petitioning to Proceed below 3 b Students with an MA from another University or in another area Students with an MA from another University or in another area than the one to be pursued will first need to fulfill the following requirements before petitioning to proceed 1 The student must complete at least 45 credits of relevant graduate credits at the UW 2 Except when the student has undergone a comparable MA examination in a comparable program the student needs to pass also the departmental MA General Examination which is a written test consisting of two two hour parts to be taken in the same week The point is to establish the student s general competence in the field that is the aforementioned big picture The advisor will suggest which steps should be taken by the student to prepare for the exam In some cases a student may be advised to take the Department s General Examination even when he she has passed a comparable exam elsewhere in order to strengthen the student s petition to proceed 4 Petitioning to Proceed All PhD students must file a Petition to Proceed download fillable form as RTF The petition will demonstrate to the program faculty the student s ability to pursue the PhD i e to make a meaningful contribution of original research to the field This document should highlight the student s accomplishments MA thesis or papers exam papers transcript of graduate courses other preparation for research honors as well as indicate future direction study and language plan proposed four fields and dissertation topic and scope It should also include a time schedule If the petition is successful the student becomes a Pre candidate 5 From Pre candidate to Candidate Four Fields and the General Exam The Pre candidate will engage in further course work minimum 45 credits as established in the study plan In addition he she will work towards fulfilling a language requirement as established in the language plan download fillable form as RTF The student should select his course work such that he she acquires a solid foundation in the field and builds expertise in an area of specialization as well as prepares for the field exams The four fields represent areas of specialization but also span the broader range of the program area The purpose is to assure that the student develops into a broadly versatile scholar In order to

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  • Administrative Forms for Current Graduate Students | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    Stay Connected Support Us Contact Us You are here Home Programs Courses Graduate Administrative Forms for Current Graduate Students These are RTF documents which can be downloaded and filled out in any word processing program Files MA and PhD Check List included in each student s file MA Checklist for student use PhD Checklist for student use Appointment of Adviser and Committee Members Dept Petition for On Leave Status Petition to Proceed Cover Form Plan of Language Study Form Program of Studies Form Dept Website Release Form Share Print PDF Languages Bengali Bangla Chinese Hindi Indonesian Japanese Korean Pali and the Prakrits Sanskrit Thai Urdu Vietnamese Stay Connected Facebook LinkedIn YouTube Flickr Newsletter AsiaTalk Listserv News Feed Alumni Update Support Us Main Menu People Faculty Staff Teaching Assistants Graduate Students Current Grad Students GSA Officers Department Committee Alumni Alumni News Alumni Update Programs Courses Undergraduate Majors and Minors Learning Goals Honors Program Graduate Degrees Admissions Policies and Procedures M A Guidelines Ph D Guidelines Administrative Forms Application to be On Leave Teaching Assistant Opportunities Proficiency Placement Exams Language Study Languages Offered Add Codes Wait Lists Teaching Certificate Endorsements Teaching Assistant Opportunities Summer Study Courses Study Abroad Sichuan University Research Early

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  • Add Codes & Wait Lists | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    s discretion if the student is not appropriate for the class ACCESS Program students forms cannot be signed until the third day of the quarter This is dependent upon the availability of space and at the discretion of the instructor Non matriculated students must obtain the signature of the instructor and then may bring the form to the department office for the administrative signature If you receive an add code use it immediately they are valid only for the quarter they are issued and if not used within the time frame given to you by the instructor they will be invalidated For all languages and levels except those listed below consult specific course information in the Time Schedule Every section has specific instructions regarding entry codes located in the Time Schedule The main office does not maintain or distribute add codes Language Specific Information Classical and Modern Chinese See additional information on Chinese Add Codes Wait Lists Hindi I f you are interested in taking first year Hindi at the UW you must enroll in the Autumn quarter If you miss registering for Autumn quarter you will have to wait till the start of the series in the following Academic Year Obtain an add code by emailing the instructor Urdu Registration in Urdu 312A requires an entry code which is available after completion of the Urdu Placement Questionnaire For all other languages and levels consult specific course information in the Time Schedule and follow the instructions Share Print PDF Languages Bengali Bangla Chinese Hindi Indonesian Japanese Korean Pali and the Prakrits Sanskrit Thai Urdu Vietnamese Stay Connected Facebook LinkedIn YouTube Flickr Newsletter AsiaTalk Listserv News Feed Alumni Update Support Us Main Menu People Faculty Staff Teaching Assistants Graduate Students Current Grad Students GSA Officers Department Committee Alumni Alumni News Alumni

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  • News Archive | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    35pm Unwrapping Korean American Identities Nov 13 2014 8 39am Meet Our New Graduate Students Nov 10 2014 11 42am Professor Richard Salomon Nominated President of the International Association of Buddhist Studies Nov 10 2014 11 40am Professor Paul Atkins and Local Noh Theater Nov 10 2014 11 18am Interview with Professor Emeritus David Knechtges Nov 10 2014 11 10am Graduate Student Spotlight Sean Bradley Sep 19 2014 3 34pm Professor Emeritus David R Knechtges Receives China Book Award Sep 5 2014 4 05pm Internship of the Ephemera Project Rice University Sep 3 2014 9 01am Please Register ASAP for Chinese 411 Sep 3 2014 8 49am Assistant Professor Chinese Literature Autumn 2015 Aug 19 2014 1 12pm 72nd Dhammachai Fellowship Announcement Aug 1 2014 1 56pm Graduation and Awards Convocation 2014 Jul 8 2014 8 54am Where are our MA and PhD students now Jun 12 2014 2 43pm Special Summer Course Announcement First Year Heritage Chinese May 23 2014 4 21pm New Asian L and L Classes for Autumn 2014 May 9 2014 10 53am 2014 Graduation and Awards Convocation Information May 1 2014 4 03pm Summer Intensive Asian Language Classes Registration Begins April 14 Apr 11 2014 1 54pm Prof Richard Salomon Elected President of the American Oriental Society Apr 9 2014 3 04pm Prof Heekyoung Cho Receives NEH and ACLS Fellowships for 2014 15 Apr 9 2014 2 22pm Grad Student Book Sale 2014 Dates Announced Mar 18 2014 1 21pm Chinese Language Evaluation Questionnaire for Spring 2014 Pre Registration Closes Today Mar 12 2014 2 54pm Pages 1 2 3 4 next last Languages Bengali Bangla Chinese Hindi Indonesian Japanese Korean Pali and the Prakrits Sanskrit Thai Urdu Vietnamese News Topics Alumni Announcements Community Impact Faculty and Staff Achievement Giving Program Innovation Student Success Study

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  • Events Archive | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    Yao Mar 10 2015 East Asian Library Gowen 3rd Floor Rm 2M The Department of Asian Languages and Literature at the University of Washington is pleased to announce Workshop on Japanese Prosody and the Online Japanese Accent Dictionary Speaker Noriko Nakamura Tokyo University of Foreign Studies Mar 8 2015 UW Seattle Denny Hall 122 PLAY Research The Commons UW Graduate Students Mar 5 2015 The Commons Designing Culture The Technological Imagination at Work in the Creation of Cultural Heritage Ann Balsamo Mar 4 2015 Kane Hall 210 On Reading Culture in The Making Priya Joshi Feb 26 2015 HUB 145 FUITS Cultrual Fest International Expo Feb 26 2015 HUB Ballrooms Lunar New Year Festival Feb 21 2015 Meet Outside the Burke Museum Cafe Japanese Novelist as Translators From Futabatei to Murakami Motoyuki Shibata Feb 20 2015 Smith Hall 105 Du Fu s Poetic History in the History of Chinese Poetics A Colloquium with Mr Lucas Bender Feb 17 2015 Sav 138 The Disappearing Future Korean Literature during the Asia Pacific War Janet Poole Feb 17 2015 Thompson Hall 317 Speed Language Exchange FIUTS Presents Feb 9 2015 HUB 145 The Lost Capital Storytelling and Place Making in an Early Medieval Chinese Memoir A Colloquium with Professor Luo Manling Jan 29 2015 Savery Hall Room 166 How to Get Away with Murder on the Silk Road The Life and TImes of Sagamoi in Documents from Niya Diego Loukota UCLA Jan 28 2015 UW Seattle Thompson Hall 317 Revolution from the Poetic Center and the Power of One Syllable A Literary and Linguistic Study of Genre Development in Early Medieval China A Colloquim with Professor Wang Ping Jan 21 2015 Loew Hall Room 102 FIRST FRIDAY LECTURE SONAL KHULLAR Dec 5 2014 SEATTLE ART MUSEUM Live On Mr s Japanese Neo Pop Nov 22 2014 to Apr 5 2015 Asian Art Museum Tateuchi Galleries Ek Adabi Nashist A Literary Session Nov 15 2014 317 Thomson Hall Ethnomusicology Visiting Artist Event Didik Nini Thowok Nov 10 2014 Brechemin Auditorium Asian Languages and Literature Colloquium Professor Brett Walker Montana State University Nov 7 2014 Savery 166 Path of a Multicultural Author and Illustrator Grace Lin Nov 6 2014 Kane Hall 220 Opening of the tearoom Sunken Hearth Nov 1 2014 East West Chanoyu Center Batikful Indonesia Batik Exhibition For Charity Oct 23 2014 to Oct 24 2014 Husky Union Building Careers in Asian Law Jody Chafee Oct 2 2014 Allen Auditorium How in Heaven s Name A Novel of World War Two by Cho Chŏngnae Bruce and Ju Chan Fulton Sep 28 2014 Montlake Library Understanding Korea Workshop Sep 27 2014 Husky Union Building HUB Lyceum City Dwellers Contemporary Art from India Aug 30 2014 to Feb 16 2015 Seattle Art Museum Malam Budaya A Cultural Night of Indonesian Dance Seattle Indonesian Dance Jul 26 2014 Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute SEATTLE ART MUSEUM PRESENTS MUGHAL PAINTING POWER AND PIETY AT THE ASIAN ART MUSEUM THIS SUMMER Jul 19 2014 to Dec 7 2014

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