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  • Courses - Current and Upcoming | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    Offered Sp VLPA A 15304 Desiana Pauli Sandjaja M WTh 12 00 13 20 MGH 291 Japanese JAPAN Courses Course Section SLN Instructor Meetings Course Website JAPAN 113 First Year Japanese Elementary speaking listening reading and writing skills in modern Japanese Third in a sequence of three Prerequisite minimum grade of 7 in JAPAN 112 may not be repeated if the student has earned a minimum grade of 0 7 Offered Sp A 15456 Kaoru Ohta T Th 08 30 09 20 JHN 175 Course Website JAPAN 113 First Year Japanese Elementary speaking listening reading and writing skills in modern Japanese Third in a sequence of three Prerequisite minimum grade of 7 in JAPAN 112 may not be repeated if the student has earned a minimum grade of 0 7 Offered Sp AA 15457 Ross Henderson M W F 08 30 09 20 SIG 230 JAPAN 113 First Year Japanese Elementary speaking listening reading and writing skills in modern Japanese Third in a sequence of three Prerequisite minimum grade of 7 in JAPAN 112 may not be repeated if the student has earned a minimum grade of 0 7 Offered Sp AB 15458 Ross Henderson M W F 09 30 10 20 SIG 230 JAPAN 113 First Year Japanese Elementary speaking listening reading and writing skills in modern Japanese Third in a sequence of three Prerequisite minimum grade of 7 in JAPAN 112 may not be repeated if the student has earned a minimum grade of 0 7 Offered Sp AC 15459 Joseph Boxman M W F 09 30 10 20 DEN 313 JAPAN 113 First Year Japanese Elementary speaking listening reading and writing skills in modern Japanese Third in a sequence of three Prerequisite minimum grade of 7 in JAPAN 112 may not be repeated if the student has earned a minimum grade of 0 7 Offered Sp AD 15460 Joseph Boxman M W F 10 30 11 20 DEN 313 JAPAN 113 First Year Japanese Elementary speaking listening reading and writing skills in modern Japanese Third in a sequence of three Prerequisite minimum grade of 7 in JAPAN 112 may not be repeated if the student has earned a minimum grade of 0 7 Offered Sp AE 15461 Maeda Harumi M W F 10 30 11 20 RAI 107 JAPAN 113 First Year Japanese Elementary speaking listening reading and writing skills in modern Japanese Third in a sequence of three Prerequisite minimum grade of 7 in JAPAN 112 may not be repeated if the student has earned a minimum grade of 0 7 Offered Sp AF 15462 Maeda Harumi M W F 11 30 12 20 RAI 107 JAPAN 113 First Year Japanese Elementary speaking listening reading and writing skills in modern Japanese Third in a sequence of three Prerequisite minimum grade of 7 in JAPAN 112 may not be repeated if the student has earned a minimum grade of 0 7 Offered Sp AG 15463 Michiko Urita M W F 11 30 12 20 BAG 106 JAPAN 113 First Year Japanese Elementary speaking listening reading and writing skills in modern Japanese Third in a sequence of three Prerequisite minimum grade of 7 in JAPAN 112 may not be repeated if the student has earned a minimum grade of 0 7 Offered Sp AH 15464 Michiko Urita M W F 12 30 13 20 BAG 106 JAPAN 113 First Year Japanese Elementary speaking listening reading and writing skills in modern Japanese Third in a sequence of three Prerequisite minimum grade of 7 in JAPAN 112 may not be repeated if the student has earned a minimum grade of 0 7 Offered Sp AI 20730 Christopher J Lowy M W F 12 30 13 20 SIG 224 JAPAN 113 First Year Japanese Elementary speaking listening reading and writing skills in modern Japanese Third in a sequence of three Prerequisite minimum grade of 7 in JAPAN 112 may not be repeated if the student has earned a minimum grade of 0 7 Offered Sp AJ 21124 Christopher J Lowy M W F 08 30 09 20 DEN 312 JAPAN 113 First Year Japanese Elementary speaking listening reading and writing skills in modern Japanese Third in a sequence of three Prerequisite minimum grade of 7 in JAPAN 112 may not be repeated if the student has earned a minimum grade of 0 7 Offered Sp B 15465 Kaoru Ohta T Th 10 30 11 20 JHN 175 Course Website JAPAN 113 First Year Japanese Elementary speaking listening reading and writing skills in modern Japanese Third in a sequence of three Prerequisite minimum grade of 7 in JAPAN 112 may not be repeated if the student has earned a minimum grade of 0 7 Offered Sp BA 15466 Ross Henderson M W F 08 30 09 20 SIG 230 JAPAN 113 First Year Japanese Elementary speaking listening reading and writing skills in modern Japanese Third in a sequence of three Prerequisite minimum grade of 7 in JAPAN 112 may not be repeated if the student has earned a minimum grade of 0 7 Offered Sp BB 15467 Ross Henderson M W F 09 30 10 20 SIG 230 JAPAN 113 First Year Japanese Elementary speaking listening reading and writing skills in modern Japanese Third in a sequence of three Prerequisite minimum grade of 7 in JAPAN 112 may not be repeated if the student has earned a minimum grade of 0 7 Offered Sp BC 15468 Joseph Boxman M W F 09 30 10 20 DEN 313 JAPAN 113 First Year Japanese Elementary speaking listening reading and writing skills in modern Japanese Third in a sequence of three Prerequisite minimum grade of 7 in JAPAN 112 may not be repeated if the student has earned a minimum grade of 0 7 Offered Sp BD 15469 Joseph Boxman M W F 10 30 11 20 DEN 313 JAPAN 113 First Year Japanese Elementary speaking listening reading and writing skills in modern Japanese Third in a sequence of three Prerequisite minimum grade of 7 in JAPAN 112 may not be repeated if the student has earned a minimum grade of 0 7 Offered Sp BE 15470 Maeda Harumi M W F 10 30 11 20 RAI 107 JAPAN 113 First Year Japanese Elementary speaking listening reading and writing skills in modern Japanese Third in a sequence of three Prerequisite minimum grade of 7 in JAPAN 112 may not be repeated if the student has earned a minimum grade of 0 7 Offered Sp BF 15471 Maeda Harumi M W F 11 30 12 20 RAI 107 JAPAN 113 First Year Japanese Elementary speaking listening reading and writing skills in modern Japanese Third in a sequence of three Prerequisite minimum grade of 7 in JAPAN 112 may not be repeated if the student has earned a minimum grade of 0 7 Offered Sp BG 15472 Michiko Urita M W F 11 30 12 20 BAG 106 JAPAN 113 First Year Japanese Elementary speaking listening reading and writing skills in modern Japanese Third in a sequence of three Prerequisite minimum grade of 7 in JAPAN 112 may not be repeated if the student has earned a minimum grade of 0 7 Offered Sp BH 15473 Michiko Urita M W F 12 30 13 20 BAG 106 JAPAN 113 First Year Japanese Elementary speaking listening reading and writing skills in modern Japanese Third in a sequence of three Prerequisite minimum grade of 7 in JAPAN 112 may not be repeated if the student has earned a minimum grade of 0 7 Offered Sp BI 20731 Christopher J Lowy M W F 12 30 13 20 SIG 224 JAPAN 113 First Year Japanese Elementary speaking listening reading and writing skills in modern Japanese Third in a sequence of three Prerequisite minimum grade of 7 in JAPAN 112 may not be repeated if the student has earned a minimum grade of 0 7 Offered Sp BJ 21125 Christopher J Lowy M W F 08 30 09 20 DEN 312 JAPAN 113 First Year Japanese Elementary speaking listening reading and writing skills in modern Japanese Third in a sequence of three Prerequisite minimum grade of 7 in JAPAN 112 may not be repeated if the student has earned a minimum grade of 0 7 Offered Sp C 15474 Kaoru Ohta T Th 11 30 12 20 JHN 175 Course Website JAPAN 113 First Year Japanese Elementary speaking listening reading and writing skills in modern Japanese Third in a sequence of three Prerequisite minimum grade of 7 in JAPAN 112 may not be repeated if the student has earned a minimum grade of 0 7 Offered Sp CA 15475 Ross Henderson M W F 08 30 09 20 SIG 230 JAPAN 113 First Year Japanese Elementary speaking listening reading and writing skills in modern Japanese Third in a sequence of three Prerequisite minimum grade of 7 in JAPAN 112 may not be repeated if the student has earned a minimum grade of 0 7 Offered Sp CB 15476 Ross Henderson M W F 09 30 10 20 SIG 230 JAPAN 113 First Year Japanese Elementary speaking listening reading and writing skills in modern Japanese Third in a sequence of three Prerequisite minimum grade of 7 in JAPAN 112 may not be repeated if the student has earned a minimum grade of 0 7 Offered Sp CC 15477 Joseph Boxman M W F 09 30 10 20 DEN 313 JAPAN 113 First Year Japanese Elementary speaking listening reading and writing skills in modern Japanese Third in a sequence of three Prerequisite minimum grade of 7 in JAPAN 112 may not be repeated if the student has earned a minimum grade of 0 7 Offered Sp CD 15478 Joseph Boxman M W F 10 30 11 20 DEN 313 JAPAN 113 First Year Japanese Elementary speaking listening reading and writing skills in modern Japanese Third in a sequence of three Prerequisite minimum grade of 7 in JAPAN 112 may not be repeated if the student has earned a minimum grade of 0 7 Offered Sp CE 15479 Maeda Harumi M W F 10 30 11 20 RAI 107 JAPAN 113 First Year Japanese Elementary speaking listening reading and writing skills in modern Japanese Third in a sequence of three Prerequisite minimum grade of 7 in JAPAN 112 may not be repeated if the student has earned a minimum grade of 0 7 Offered Sp CF 15480 Maeda Harumi M W F 11 30 12 20 RAI 107 JAPAN 113 First Year Japanese Elementary speaking listening reading and writing skills in modern Japanese Third in a sequence of three Prerequisite minimum grade of 7 in JAPAN 112 may not be repeated if the student has earned a minimum grade of 0 7 Offered Sp CG 15481 Michiko Urita M W F 11 30 12 20 BAG 106 JAPAN 113 First Year Japanese Elementary speaking listening reading and writing skills in modern Japanese Third in a sequence of three Prerequisite minimum grade of 7 in JAPAN 112 may not be repeated if the student has earned a minimum grade of 0 7 Offered Sp CH 15482 Michiko Urita M W F 12 30 13 20 BAG 106 JAPAN 113 First Year Japanese Elementary speaking listening reading and writing skills in modern Japanese Third in a sequence of three Prerequisite minimum grade of 7 in JAPAN 112 may not be repeated if the student has earned a minimum grade of 0 7 Offered Sp CI 20732 Christopher J Lowy M W F 12 30 13 20 SIG 224 JAPAN 113 First Year Japanese Elementary speaking listening reading and writing skills in modern Japanese Third in a sequence of three Prerequisite minimum grade of 7 in JAPAN 112 may not be repeated if the student has earned a minimum grade of 0 7 Offered Sp CJ 21126 Christopher J Lowy M W F 08 30 09 20 DEN 312 JAPAN 213 Second Year Japanese Development of further skills in the spoken and written languages Students must enroll in both a lecture and quiz section to receive credit Third in a sequence of three Prerequisite JAPAN 212 Offered Sp VLPA A 15483 Akiko Iwata T Th 09 30 10 20 SIG 224 JAPAN 213 Second Year Japanese Development of further skills in the spoken and written languages Students must enroll in both a lecture and quiz section to receive credit Third in a sequence of three Prerequisite JAPAN 212 Offered Sp AA 15484 Itsuko Nishikawa M W F 08 30 09 20 BAG 106 JAPAN 213 Second Year Japanese Development of further skills in the spoken and written languages Students must enroll in both a lecture and quiz section to receive credit Third in a sequence of three Prerequisite JAPAN 212 Offered Sp AB 15485 Itsuko Nishikawa M W F 09 30 10 20 BAG 106 JAPAN 213 Second Year Japanese Development of further skills in the spoken and written languages Students must enroll in both a lecture and quiz section to receive credit Third in a sequence of three Prerequisite JAPAN 212 Offered Sp AC 15486 Akiko Iwata M W F 09 30 10 20 SMI 404 JAPAN 213 Second Year Japanese Development of further skills in the spoken and written languages Students must enroll in both a lecture and quiz section to receive credit Third in a sequence of three Prerequisite JAPAN 212 Offered Sp AD 15487 Akiko Iwata M W F 10 30 11 20 SMI 404 JAPAN 213 Second Year Japanese Development of further skills in the spoken and written languages Students must enroll in both a lecture and quiz section to receive credit Third in a sequence of three Prerequisite JAPAN 212 Offered Sp AE 15488 Memmi Ochi M W F 10 30 11 20 BAG 331A JAPAN 213 Second Year Japanese Development of further skills in the spoken and written languages Students must enroll in both a lecture and quiz section to receive credit Third in a sequence of three Prerequisite JAPAN 212 Offered Sp AF 15489 Memmi Ochi M W F 11 30 12 20 BAG 331A JAPAN 213 Second Year Japanese Development of further skills in the spoken and written languages Students must enroll in both a lecture and quiz section to receive credit Third in a sequence of three Prerequisite JAPAN 212 Offered Sp VLPA B 15491 Akiko Iwata T Th 10 30 11 20 SIG 224 JAPAN 213 Second Year Japanese Development of further skills in the spoken and written languages Students must enroll in both a lecture and quiz section to receive credit Third in a sequence of three Prerequisite JAPAN 212 Offered Sp BA 15492 Itsuko Nishikawa M W F 08 30 09 20 BAG 106 JAPAN 213 Second Year Japanese Development of further skills in the spoken and written languages Students must enroll in both a lecture and quiz section to receive credit Third in a sequence of three Prerequisite JAPAN 212 Offered Sp BB 15493 Itsuko Nishikawa M W F 09 30 10 20 BAG 106 JAPAN 213 Second Year Japanese Development of further skills in the spoken and written languages Students must enroll in both a lecture and quiz section to receive credit Third in a sequence of three Prerequisite JAPAN 212 Offered Sp BC 15494 Akiko Iwata M W F 09 30 10 20 SMI 404 JAPAN 213 Second Year Japanese Development of further skills in the spoken and written languages Students must enroll in both a lecture and quiz section to receive credit Third in a sequence of three Prerequisite JAPAN 212 Offered Sp BD 15495 Akiko Iwata M W F 10 30 11 20 SMI 404 JAPAN 213 Second Year Japanese Development of further skills in the spoken and written languages Students must enroll in both a lecture and quiz section to receive credit Third in a sequence of three Prerequisite JAPAN 212 Offered Sp BE 15496 Memmi Ochi M W F 10 30 11 20 BAG 331A JAPAN 213 Second Year Japanese Development of further skills in the spoken and written languages Students must enroll in both a lecture and quiz section to receive credit Third in a sequence of three Prerequisite JAPAN 212 Offered Sp BF 15497 Memmi Ochi M W F 11 30 12 20 BAG 331A JAPAN 213 Second Year Japanese Development of further skills in the spoken and written languages Students must enroll in both a lecture and quiz section to receive credit Third in a sequence of three Prerequisite JAPAN 212 Offered Sp VLPA C 15499 Akiko Iwata T Th 12 30 13 20 SMI 102 JAPAN 213 Second Year Japanese Development of further skills in the spoken and written languages Students must enroll in both a lecture and quiz section to receive credit Third in a sequence of three Prerequisite JAPAN 212 Offered Sp CA 15500 Itsuko Nishikawa M W F 08 30 09 20 BAG 106 JAPAN 213 Second Year Japanese Development of further skills in the spoken and written languages Students must enroll in both a lecture and quiz section to receive credit Third in a sequence of three Prerequisite JAPAN 212 Offered Sp CB 15501 Itsuko Nishikawa M W F 09 30 10 20 BAG 106 JAPAN 213 Second Year Japanese Development of further skills in the spoken and written languages Students must enroll in both a lecture and quiz section to receive credit Third in a sequence of three Prerequisite JAPAN 212 Offered Sp CC 15502 Akiko Iwata M W F 09 30 10 20 SMI 404 JAPAN 213 Second Year Japanese Development of further skills in the spoken and written languages Students must enroll in both a lecture and quiz section to receive credit Third in a sequence of three Prerequisite JAPAN 212 Offered Sp CD 15503 M W F 10 30 11 20 SMI 404 JAPAN 213 Second Year Japanese Development of further skills in the spoken and written languages Students must enroll in both a lecture and quiz section to receive credit Third in a 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  • Study Abroad | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    should begin planning early in autumn quarter for study abroad the following summer or autumn You may also need to consider deadlines for application for funding sources For example the popular Monbusho scholarship for study in Japan has a deadline of early August for study beginning the following September In short it is never too early to start your planning Step 2 Choose a program You will want to consider a number of factors location cost instructional quality course selection lodging situation cultural programs and work and travel opportunities There are many resources available on campus to help you select the program that best suits your interests and needs Your language instructor is an excellent source of information The Office of International Programs and Exchanges IPE which administers study abroad programs has detailed information about programs including program descriptions brochures and student testimonials and financial aid and fellowship opportunities You can also set up appointments with advisers to get individualized advice related to the administrative and financial aspects of foreign study The IPE office is located on the fifth floor of Schmitz Hall The IPE web site allows you to search their database of study abroad programs according to your specific criteria it s a great place to start exploring all the exciting foreign study opportunities that are available Finally talk to students who have been abroad IPE or your language instructor can give you the names of students who have recently returned from study in Asia Step 3 Begin the application process Make sure you read the application materials carefully Many programs require letters of recommendation or statements of language proficiency Be sure to request these from your instructors well in advance of the deadlines In addition check with the student advisor in the Asian Languages Literature Department before you leave to find out what advance preparation you should make in order to smooth your credit transfer after you return Step 4 Apply for funding Applications for funding should be made at the same time as or even before your applications to programs If your UW financial aid is not sufficient you can apply for other sources of funding IPE offers its own scholarship and has additional information on other fellowships scholarships and other financial resources Additional Information The following cities are just some of the locations in Asia with UW affiliated study abroad programs China Beijing Nanjing Shanghai Harbin Hong Kong India Auroville Japan Tokyo Kobe Osaka Fukuoka Korea Seoul Singapore Singapore Taiwan Taipei Thailand Khon Kaen Vietnam Hanoi Hue The Foundation for International Understanding Through Students is a non profit community based organization on campus that promotes understanding between international and American members of the UW community Applications Timelines and Contact Information UW Programs Early Fall 2015 Autumn Quarter 2015 and Winter 2016 Contact 206 221 4404 ipe u washington edu UW Affiliate Programs Beginning Summer and Autumn 2015 Contact 206 221 4404 ipe u washington edu UW Exchanges Beginning Winter 2016 Contact 206 221 4404ipe u

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  • Sichuan University Summer Intensive Language Exchange | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    at least 6 months after the planned return from China If you need to apply for or renew a passport be sure to begin the process immediately so that you will have your valid passport in hand by mid April Application Deadline February 28 Students will be informed of the results of their application by March 7 In order to participate accepted students must commit to the program on line by the end of March attend mandatory pre departure orientation sessions in May exact dates to be determined and complete an on line International Programs and Exchanges IPE orientation Instructions and a detailed timeline for these and other procedures will be provided to accepted students Updates will appear at the top of this web site Cost Students will pay an exchange fee equivalent to one term of UW tuition to participate in the exchange As exchange students UW students will not pay tuition or instructional fees to Sichuan University The cost of summer tuition will be posted at the university s Office of Budget and Planning under the UW Tuition Fees menu select the last option Summer Quarter 2014 Tuition and Fees and then click the link for Tuition and Required Fees 2014 Summer Full Time Rates Students will also pay a fee of approximately 1100 to cover the cost of housing and cultural activities The fee is subject to change and students should also be aware that changes in exchange rate could affect their costs We are endeavoring to keep costs as low as possible and may be able to negotiate a fee lower than 1000 the final amount will be announced after know how many students are likely to attend the program The exchange fee and the Sichuan University fee do not cover UW study abroad fee airfare visa application fee medical insurance personal and travel expenses meals A budget sheet with estimates for all these costs is available for download at the top of this page Participating students who have committed to the program and completed their contract will authorize the following payments within first two weeks of April 350 non refundable deposit plus 300 UW study abroad fee total 650 July 10 Exchange fee equivalent to UW tuition less 350 deposit All payments made to UW will be charged to students accounts in the usual way Announcement about insurance All UW students traveling on study abroad programs are required to sign up for the mandatory UW Study Abroad Insurance program through the chosen provider HTH or to apply for a waiver if they can demonstrate that they have equivalent personal insurance coverage for study abroad We will have more information about this as the new rule is formalized In the past the insurance cost was about 34 month but costs may change this year Financial Aid and Scholarships Most forms of financial aid can be used to cover costs during participation in the exchange Participants who are on financial aid should contact the Office of Student

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  • Research | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    and Their Significance for the Evaluation of Buddhist Historical Traditions Sōka daigaku kokusai bukkyōgaku kōtō kenkyūjo nenpō 創価大学国際仏教学高等研究所年報 Annual Report of The International Research Institute for Advanced Buddhology at Soka University 17 27 39 People Involved Richard G Salomon Joseph A Marino III Anne Yue Hashimoto Palaeography meets Linguistics Analysis of ㄓ and in the Oracle Bone Inscriptions Breaking down the Barriers Interdisciplinary Studies in Chinese Linguistics and Beyond Vol 2 Institute of Linguistics Academia Sinica 2013 1079 1115 People Involved Anne Yue Hashimoto Anne Yue Hashimoto Tone 9 of the Jianyang dialect Bulletin of Chinese Linguistics 7 1 2013 49 133 People Involved Anne Yue Hashimoto More Recent projects Heidi Pauwels Purmina Dhavan Welcoming Vali An Exploration of the Literary Legacy of Vali Dakhani 2011 People Involved Heidi Pauwels Zev Handel Rint Sybesma James Huang Wolfgang Behr Gu Yueguo Encyclopedia of Chinese Language and Linguistics People Involved Zev Handel Richard G Salomon Collett Cox Tim Lenz Chanida Jantrasrisalai Qian Lin Fei Zhao Michael Skinner The Early Buddhist Manuscript Project 1996 People Involved Richard G Salomon Collett Cox Tim Lenz Chanida Jantrasrisalai Qian Lin Fei Zhao Michael Skinner Recent dissertations Shih Chia Ying 2014 The Transformation of Satire Satirical Fiction in Wartime Chongqing 1937 1945 Unpublished doctoral dissertation Unversity of Washington Seattle People Involved Chia ying Shih Pahlajrai Prem 2014 Niścaldās and his Vṛttiprabhākar Advaita Vedānta in the Vernacular Unpublished doctoral dissertation University of Washington Seattle People Involved Prem Pahlajrai Adviser Collett Cox Joseph A Marino III Untitled An edition and translation of two Gandharan Sutras as part of the Early Buddhist Manuscripts Project Diss in progress People Involved Joseph A Marino III Adviser Richard G Salomon Languages Bengali Bangla Chinese Hindi Indonesian Japanese Korean Pali and the Prakrits Sanskrit Thai Urdu Vietnamese Stay Connected Facebook LinkedIn YouTube Flickr Newsletter

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  • Publications | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    and Other Arts Media Studies Medicine Medieval Modernism Music Nonfiction Prose Novel Prose Fiction Performance Studies Philology Philosophy Poetry and Poetics Political Science Popular Culture Postcolonial Psychology Public Scholarship Queer Studies Radical Pedagogy Reception Studies Religion Rhetoric and Composition Romanticism Science and Technology Second Language Acquisition Service Learning Social Justice Sociology Textual Studies Translation and Interpretation Urban Studies Visual Arts Visual Culture Writing Pedagogy Writing Systems Status Any Completed published Ongoing Forthcoming In progress Completed published Image Short Title People Involved Related Fields Cosmopolitan Soirées in Eighteenth Century North India Reception of early Urdu Poetry in Kishangarh 2014 Heidi Pauwels South Asian Urdu Poetry and Poetics The Realism Debate and the Politics of Modern Art in Early Postwar Japan 2014 Justin Jesty Japanese 20th Century Art History History Intellectual History Visual Arts Observations on the Deorkothar Inscriptions and Their Significance for the Evaluation of Buddhist Historical Traditions 2014 Richard G Salomon Joseph A Marino III Buddhist Studies South Asian Pali and the Prakrits Palaeography meets Linguistics 2013 Anne Yue Hashimoto Chinese Linguistics Philology Tone 9 of the Jianyang dialect 2013 Anne Yue Hashimoto Chinese Linguistics Monosugoshi article 2013 Paul S Atkins Japanese Premodern Asian Studies Medieval Object Relative Clauses in Archaic Chinese 2013 Edith Aldridge Chinese Linguistics Survey of Chinese Historical Syntax Middle Chinese 2013 Edith Aldridge Chinese Linguistics Survey of Chinese Historical Syntax Pre Archaic and Archaic Chinese 2013 Edith Aldridge Linguistics Wh clefts and Verb initial Word Order in Austronesian Languages 2013 Edith Aldridge Linguistics Analysis and Value of Hentai Kambun as Japanese 2013 Edith Aldridge Linguistics Evo suyadi Essays in Honor of Richard Salomon s 65th Birthday 2013 Michael C Shapiro Collett Cox Tim Lenz Buddhist Studies South Asian Pali and the Prakrits Sanskrit Towards an Architecture of Text On the Architexture of Written Japanese 2013 Christopher J Lowy Japanese Architecture Literary Criticism Visual Culture Writing Systems When a Sufi tells about Krishna s Doom The Case of Kanhavat 2013 Heidi Pauwels South Asian Book Review of Pak Kyŏng ni Land 2013 Heekyoung Cho Korean Imagined Transcultural and Colonial Spaces in Print Newspaper serialization of Translated Novels in Colonial Korea 2013 Heekyoung Cho Korean 20th Century Culture Global and Transnational Studies Translation and Interpretation The Age of Courtly Writing Wen xuan Compiler Xiao Tong 501 531 and His Circle 2012 Ping Wang Chinese Medieval Poetry and Poetics Chōheimen ka shita nihongo de no komyunikēshon ni tsuite tojikomoru nihon no hihyō On Communication In a Hyperflattend Japanese Language Japanese Criticisim and Introversion 2012 Christopher J Lowy Japanese Literary Criticism Popular Culture Visual Culture Writing Systems Focus and Archaic Chinese Word Order 2012 Edith Aldridge Linguistics PPs and Applicatives in Late Archaic Chinese 2012 Edith Aldridge Linguistics Event Existentials in Tagalog 2012 Edith Aldridge Linguistics Antipassive and Ergativity in Tagalog 2012 Edith Aldridge Linguistics Indian Satire in the Period of First Modernity 2012 Heidi Pauwels South Asian 16th Century 17th Century 18th Century Tokyo 1960 Days of Rage and Grief Hamaya Hiroshi s Photos of the Anti Security Treaty

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  • Projects | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    20th Century 21st Century Aesthetics Animal Studies Anthropology Applied Linguistics Archaeology Architecture Art History Autobiography Biography and Life Writing Body Children s Literature Comics Comparative Linguistics Comparative Literature Computational Linguistics Critical Theory Culture Dance Diaspora Studies Digital Humanities Disability Drama East Asian Ecocriticism Economics Education Race and Ethnicity Fashion Feminism and Feminist Theory Film Cinema Folklore and Mythology Food Game Studies Gender Women and Sexuality Studies Global and Transnational Studies Historical Linguistics Historiography History Indigenous Intellectual History International Studies Jewish Studies Language Pedagogy Law and Political Thought Linguistics Literary Criticism Literature Literature and Other Arts Media Studies Medicine Medieval Modernism Music Nonfiction Prose Novel Prose Fiction Performance Studies Philology Philosophy Poetry and Poetics Political Science Popular Culture Postcolonial Psychology Public Scholarship Queer Studies Radical Pedagogy Reception Studies Religion Rhetoric and Composition Romanticism Science and Technology Second Language Acquisition Service Learning Social Justice Sociology Textual Studies Translation and Interpretation Urban Studies Visual Arts Visual Culture Writing Pedagogy Writing Systems Status Any Completed published Ongoing Forthcoming In progress Completed published Image Short Title People Involved Related Fields Welcoming Vali An Exploration of the Literary Legacy of Vali Dakhani 2011 Heidi Pauwels South Asian Urdu History Encyclopedia of Chinese Language and Linguistics Completed published Zev Handel Chinese Linguistics Ongoing Short Title People Involved Related Fields The Early Buddhist Manuscript Project 1996 Richard G Salomon Collett Cox Tim Lenz Chanida Jantrasrisalai Qian Lin Fei Zhao Michael Skinner Buddhist Studies South Asian Textual Studies Writing Systems 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

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  • Dissertations | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    Animal Studies Anthropology Applied Linguistics Archaeology Architecture Art History Autobiography Biography and Life Writing Body Children s Literature Comics Comparative Linguistics Comparative Literature Computational Linguistics Critical Theory Culture Dance Diaspora Studies Digital Humanities Disability Drama East Asian Ecocriticism Economics Education Race and Ethnicity Fashion Feminism and Feminist Theory Film Cinema Folklore and Mythology Food Game Studies Gender Women and Sexuality Studies Global and Transnational Studies Historical Linguistics Historiography History Indigenous Intellectual History International Studies Jewish Studies Language Pedagogy Law and Political Thought Linguistics Literary Criticism Literature Literature and Other Arts Media Studies Medicine Medieval Modernism Music Nonfiction Prose Novel Prose Fiction Performance Studies Philology Philosophy Poetry and Poetics Political Science Popular Culture Postcolonial Psychology Public Scholarship Queer Studies Radical Pedagogy Reception Studies Religion Rhetoric and Composition Romanticism Science and Technology Second Language Acquisition Service Learning Social Justice Sociology Textual Studies Translation and Interpretation Urban Studies Visual Arts Visual Culture Writing Pedagogy Writing Systems Status Any Completed published Ongoing Forthcoming In progress Completed published Short Title People Involved Related Fields The Transformation of Satire Satirical Fiction in Wartime Chongqing 1937 1945 2014 Chia ying Shih Chinese Literature Niścaldās and his Vṛttiprabhākar Advaita Vedānta in the Vernacular 2014 Prem Pahlajrai Adviser Collett Cox South Asian Hindi Literature In progress Short Title People Involved Related Fields Untitled An edition and translation of two Gandharan Sutras as part of the Early Buddhist Manuscripts Project In progress Joseph A Marino III Adviser Richard G Salomon Buddhist Studies Pali and the Prakrits Sanskrit 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

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  • Undergraduate | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    Studies South Asian Southeast Asian Bengali Bangla Chinese Hindi Indonesian Japanese Korean Pali and the Prakrits Sanskrit Thai Urdu Vietnamese Premodern Asian Studies 16th Century 17th Century 18th Century 19th Century 20th Century 21st Century Aesthetics Animal Studies Anthropology Applied Linguistics Archaeology Architecture Art History Autobiography Biography and Life Writing Body Children s Literature Comics Comparative Linguistics Comparative Literature Computational Linguistics Critical Theory Culture Dance Diaspora Studies Digital Humanities Disability Drama East Asian Ecocriticism Economics Education Race and Ethnicity Fashion Feminism and Feminist Theory Film Cinema Folklore and Mythology Food Game Studies Gender Women and Sexuality Studies Global and Transnational Studies Historical Linguistics Historiography History Indigenous Intellectual History International Studies Jewish Studies Language Pedagogy Law and Political Thought Linguistics Literary Criticism Literature Literature and Other Arts Media Studies Medicine Medieval Modernism Music Nonfiction Prose Novel Prose Fiction Performance Studies Philology Philosophy Poetry and Poetics Political Science Popular Culture Postcolonial Psychology Public Scholarship Queer Studies Radical Pedagogy Reception Studies Religion Rhetoric and Composition Romanticism Science and Technology Second Language Acquisition Service Learning Social Justice Sociology Textual Studies Translation and Interpretation Urban Studies Visual Arts Visual Culture Writing Pedagogy Writing Systems Status Any Completed published Ongoing Forthcoming In progress We don t have any research in this category listed on our website 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

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