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  • Courses - summer 2012 | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    in Chinese Cannot be taken for credit in combination with CHIN 101 CHIN 102 or CHIN 103 Offered S AA 10722 MTWThF 10 50 13 00 EEB 003 CHIN 134 First Year Intensive Chinese For Non Heritage Learners Introduction to the standard language Emphasis on learning correct pronunciation and basic structure Drill in oral use of the language Open only to students who do not have any previous training in Chinese Cannot be taken for credit in combination with CHIN 101 CHIN 102 or CHIN 103 Offered S AB 10723 MTWThF 10 50 13 00 EEB 025 CHIN 138 First Year Intensive Chinese For Heritage Learners Intended for students who have some formal or home training in listening to and speaking Chinese Focuses on reading comprehension and writing characters in context Cannot be taken for credit in combination with CHIN 111 CHIN 112 or CHIN 113 Offered S A 10724 Hongyan Newton MTWThF 08 30 13 00 EEB 054 Course Website CHIN 234 Second Year Intensive Chinese For Non Heritage Learners Continuation of first year non heritage Chinese Stresses advanced grammar and vocabulary expansion Continues aural and oral practice and structural drills Cannot be taken for credit in combination with CHIN 201 CHIN 202 or CHIN 203 Prerequisite minimum grade of 2 0 in either CHIN 103 or CHIN 134 Offered S VLPA A 10725 Yuqing Cao MTWThF 08 30 13 00 Course Website CHIN 499 Undergraduate Research For Chinese language and literature majors Offered AWSpS A 14394 to be arranged Japanese JAPAN Courses Course Section SLN Instructor Meetings Course Website JAPAN 134 First Year Intensive Japanese Fundamentals of the modern Japanese language Oral communication skills basic grammar and reading writing of hiragana katakana and basic kanji No initial knowledge of Japanese is presumed Equivalent of JAPAN 111 JAPAN 112 JAPAN 113 Satisfies requirement for entry to JAPAN 211 Students with prior background must take placement test Offered S A 11803 Justin Jesty MTWThF 08 30 10 40 MUE 153 JAPAN 134 First Year Intensive Japanese Fundamentals of the modern Japanese language Oral communication skills basic grammar and reading writing of hiragana katakana and basic kanji No initial knowledge of Japanese is presumed Equivalent of JAPAN 111 JAPAN 112 JAPAN 113 Satisfies requirement for entry to JAPAN 211 Students with prior background must take placement test Offered S AA 11804 MTWThF 10 50 13 00 BAG 261 JAPAN 134 First Year Intensive Japanese Fundamentals of the modern Japanese language Oral communication skills basic grammar and reading writing of hiragana katakana and basic kanji No initial knowledge of Japanese is presumed Equivalent of JAPAN 111 JAPAN 112 JAPAN 113 Satisfies requirement for entry to JAPAN 211 Students with prior background must take placement test Offered S AB 11805 MTWThF 10 50 13 00 PAR 313 JAPAN 234 Second Year Intensive Japanese Equivalent of JAPAN 211 JAPAN 212 JAPAN 213 Satisfies requirements for entry to JAPAN 311 but recommended primarily for those going to Japan shortly upon completion Prerequisite either JAPAN 113

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  • Courses - Upcoming | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    of three Prerequisite INDO 312 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

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  • Sichuan University Dormitories | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    UW Departments and Resources For Faculty and Staff For Teaching Assistants For Graduate Students About History Mission Vision Awards Honors Stay Connected Support Us Contact Us You are here Home Study Abroad Sichuan University Sichuan University Dormitories Western Dormitory The Western Dormitory is located on the main campus of Sichuan University close to the classroom building for Chinese language instruction Students will be housed two to a room 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 Buddhist Manuscript Project Publications Projects Dissertations Undergraduate Fields of Interest News Events Recent News News Archive Events Events Archive

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  • Tone 9 of the Jianyang dialect | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    Faculty and Staff For Teaching Assistants For Graduate Students About History Mission Vision Awards Honors Stay Connected Support Us Contact Us You are here Home Research Publications Tone 9 of the Jianyang dialect Anne Yue Hashimoto Tone 9 of the Jianyang dialect Bulletin of Chinese Linguistics 7 1 2013 49 133 People Involved Anne Yue Hashimoto Research Type Publications Essays Research Status Completed published Related Fields Chinese Linguistics Share Print PDF Languages Bengali Bangla Chinese Hindi Indonesian Japanese Korean Pali and the Prakrits Sanskrit Thai Urdu Vietnamese Related Fields Linguistics Chinese 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 Buddhist Manuscript Project Publications Projects Dissertations Undergraduate Fields of Interest News Events Recent News News

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  • Welcoming Vali: An Exploration of the Literary Legacy of Vali Dakhani | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    An Exploration of the Literary Legacy of Vali Dakhani Heidi Pauwels Purmina Dhavan Welcoming Vali An Exploration of the Literary Legacy of Vali Dakhani 2011 An interdisciplinary project of Heidi Pauwels Asian L L and Purnima Dhavan History sponsored by a Simpson Cross Disciplinary Conversations grant Our work explores the legacy of the eighteenth century poet Vali Dakhani most often described as the originator of Urdu Rekhta poetry While widely acknowledged as one of the primary creators of Urdu both in his time and ours Vali s literary merits and influence have remained quite controversial Our presentation will discuss the origins of this debate in eighteenth century Persian tazkiras and contextualize the image of Vali presented within such Persian sources with the literary creativity his work inspired among later poets Vali s legacy we argue offers new ways to think about the engagement between Persian and the emerging vernacular literary traditions of the late Mughal period Documents in Persian and poetry in Urdu along with our translations will be available on catalyst by May 14 Websites Project Webpage catalyst People Involved Heidi Pauwels Research Type Projects Research Status Completed published Related Fields South Asian Urdu History Share Print PDF Languages Bengali Bangla Chinese Hindi Indonesian Japanese Korean Pali and the Prakrits Sanskrit Thai Urdu Vietnamese Related Fields History South Asian Urdu 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

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  • Encyclopedia of Chinese Language and Linguistics | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    Teaching Assistants For Graduate Students About History Mission Vision Awards Honors Stay Connected Support Us Contact Us You are here Home Research Projects Encyclopedia of Chinese Language and Linguistics Zev Handel Rint Sybesma James Huang Wolfgang Behr Gu Yueguo Encyclopedia of Chinese Language and Linguistics Multi volume encyclopedia to be published in print and web formats by Brill People Involved Zev Handel Research Type Projects Research Status Completed published Related Fields Chinese Linguistics Share Print PDF Languages Bengali Bangla Chinese Hindi Indonesian Japanese Korean Pali and the Prakrits Sanskrit Thai Urdu Vietnamese Related Fields Linguistics Chinese 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 Buddhist Manuscript Project Publications Projects Dissertations Undergraduate Fields of Interest

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  • The Early Buddhist Manuscript Project | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    Resources For Faculty and Staff For Teaching Assistants For Graduate Students About History Mission Vision Awards Honors Stay Connected Support Us Contact Us You are here Home Research Projects The Early Buddhist Manuscript Project Richard G Salomon Collett Cox Tim Lenz Chanida Jantrasrisalai Qian Lin Fei Zhao Michael Skinner The Early Buddhist Manuscript Project 1996 The Early Buddhist Manuscripts Project was founded at the University of Washington in September 1996 to promote the study edition and publication of twenty seven birch bark scrolls written in the Kharoṣṭhī script and the Gāndhārī language that had been acquired by the British Library in 1994 Further discoveries have greatly increased the number of known Gāndhārī manuscripts Visit the Early Buddhist Manuscripts Project website to learn more Websites Early Buddhist Manuscript Project People Involved Richard G Salomon Collett Cox Tim Lenz Chanida Jantrasrisalai Qian Lin Fei Zhao Michael Skinner Research Type Projects Research Status Ongoing Related Fields Buddhist Studies South Asian Textual Studies Writing Systems Share Print PDF Languages Bengali Bangla Chinese Hindi Indonesian Japanese Korean Pali and the Prakrits Sanskrit Thai Urdu Vietnamese Related Fields Textual Studies Buddhist Studies South Asian Writing Systems 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 Buddhist Manuscript Project Publications Projects Dissertations Undergraduate Fields of Interest News Events Recent News News Archive

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  • Chanida Jantrasrisalai | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    Students About History Mission Vision Awards Honors Stay Connected Support Us Contact Us You are here Home People Chanida Jantrasrisalai Chanida Jantrasrisalai Research Associate D Phil Studies in Religion including Pali and Sanskrit Studies University of Sydney 2009 Pali Study Thailand 2000 Bachelor of Pharmacy Mahidol University 1988 cjan8842 uw edu Fields of Interest Buddhist Studies Religion Textual Studies Studies in early Buddhist texts and teachings Background and Experience Summary Current Research Projects Joint project in editions of Gāndhārī manuscripts in the Schøyen collection Websites Early Buddhist Manuscript Project Research Selected Publications Essays Chanida Jantrasrisalai Dhammakāya in the Pali Canon JDIRI 1 2012 10 64 Chanida Jantrasrisalai Early Buddhist Dhammakāya and Its Relation to Enlightenment The Pathway to the Centre Purity and the Mind Proceedings of the Inaugural International Samādhi Forum edited by Edward F Crangle Sydney Dhammachai International Research Institute Inc 2010 189 242 Selected Projects Richard G Salomon Collett Cox Tim Lenz Chanida Jantrasrisalai Qian Lin Fei Zhao Michael Skinner The Early Buddhist Manuscript Project 1996 Affiliations Home Department Asian Languages Literature Share Print PDF Languages Bengali Bangla Chinese Hindi Indonesian Japanese Korean Pali and the Prakrits Sanskrit Thai Urdu Vietnamese Related Fields Religion Textual Studies Buddhist Studies 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 Buddhist Manuscript Project Publications Projects Dissertations

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